Prayer requests will be opened, read, and prayed for by our pastor of prayer and the Highlands Prayer Team. Your request may also be made anonymous and shown on screen during prayer in our Sunday services.
Our goal is to be sensitive to sensitive information, if you prefer to have your information remain anonymous, please let us know.
Highlands is a place to find help when physical, emotional, spiritual, or financial challenges and circumstances feel too much to handle. If you would like to set up an appointment for counseling or prayer with one of our caregivers click the link below.
Prayer Ministry Contacts
- Every Sunday after each service, there are people available in the front of the worship center (by the stage) to pray with anyone who would like to be prayed for or pray for others.
- Last Saturday of the month at 9:00-10:30am in the Worship Center Classroom
- Men: Tuesday mornings 7:00-8:00am behind the Worship Center stage in the Prayer Room
This week's prayer requests:
- For my daughter possibly with the coronavirus and has been told to self quarantine for 2 weeks. For her husband and the 4 kids who are also showing symptoms. They are believers, and we are all resting on Him and grateful for His faithfulness.
- For my son, who is a surgeon, and for his family in Washington, and for my son and his family who are selling, buying, and moving in Indiana, and for my daughter and her family in Arizona.
- For my son who has glioblastoma, mixed brain cancer and just had his 4th brain surgery. For changes in his personality causing a hardship on his marriage, for healing for his faith, and strength for his wife.
- For pastoral staff as they continue to lead us.
- For Phoenix PD and the loss of a police officer and for two other injured officers.
- For my cousin who has been taken to the hospital with the coronavirus.
- For our mom who is home after being in the hospital and skilled nursing facility after being diagnosed with metastatic breast cancer.
- For my wife who is pregnant and continues to treat patients in the emergency room to stay healthy.
- For my daughter who is in treatment for a life threatening eating disorder.
- For our daughter-in-law who is extremely ill in the hospital with fluid around her heart.
- For a quick recovery for a friend who works at a hospital and has respiratory symptoms. For her co-worker testing positive for the coronavirus.
- For comfort, peace, and healing for my daughter who was sexually assaulted.