Prayer Stations

I had a dream one night about a cross that was hollowed out, filled with water, and had prayer candles floating in it. I shared this dream with a church member at FBCH and he built it for me.  We use it as a prayer station on Holy Saturday and at various other times throughout the year.

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This is another prayer station we use from time to time.  The original phrase on the board was “Good Shepherd.”  I asked the congregation to add other words about Christ.

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The communion table at FBCH’s 2011 World AIDS Day prayer service.  Each candle represents 1 million people suffering from HIV/AIDS.

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The “Perspectives” prayer station from FBCH’s 2011 World AIDS Day prayer service.

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Global HIV/AIDS facts on display at the FBCH 2011 World AIDS Day prayer service.

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Another view of the communion table candles.

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