Everything we “do” at WFM is based out of our 3 Core Values; Night and Day Prayer, being a place of Refuge & Restoration, and Spiritual Equipping. Listed below are the 3 big “Whys” on why we do what we do:
NIGHT and DAY PRAYER: PERSONAL PRAYER - Psalm 24:7 “One thing I have asked of the Lord to dwell in the house of the Lord all the days of my life to behold the beauty of the lord and to meditate in your temple.” Gazing on His beauty should be part of our “One Thing.” It is the desire of our hearts, and just as David longed for this one thing, our hearts must long to be as close to Him as we can get. Out of this longing to be with Him will flow everything else.
CORPORATE PRAYER - When two or three gather and agree, much can be established. This primary prayer from scripture allows prayer rooms to power many Kingdom efforts in the earth. Through corporate listening, testing, agreement and declaration, we gather in prayer to fuel our House to be a powerful nuclear reactor of prayer. Every day, we host intentional times of prayer and intersession. We welcome you to join us in any of our daily prayer sessions. To find out more information on prayer times and topic, please visit our calendar for a complete schedule.
PLACE OF REFUGE and RESTORATION: We are clear and certain that our Missions Base is one of hundreds throughout the earth, designed and placed by the plans of Lord to be Pockets of Peace, Safety and Growth. This propels us to prepare personally, statewide and globally at material, physical, emotional and spiritual levels.
EQUIPPING THE SAINTS: Through WFM’s Equipping University, we deploy several powerful environments for growth and development into who we are in Christ. Through various vehicles such as; equipping intensives, internships and regional events, we equip, tool and release those willing to agree with God’s ideas and plans for them. WFM hosts several times of spiritual equipping throughout the week. For more information on equipping times and topics, please visit our calendar for a complete schedule.