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A look inside the Prayer Labyrinth


As a part of 50 Days of Prayer, we’ve created the Prayer Labyrinth- a quiet place to get away and be still, pray, and reflect; to help us engage in prayer and enhance our spiritual lives, a place to repent and start over.

Mildred Gerner, who would just as soon be named “Jesus Follower”, recently took some time out to explore the Prayer Labyrinth and shared her experience.

“The scripture signs on the entry wall drew my attention all the way to the face of Christ Himself.”



“I felt a calm refreshing come over my soul as I sat and listened to fountain; it gave way to the sound of Jesus speaking through His Word, challenging me to become more like Him in humble unselfishness.”

Station 1 — Christ’s Humility
At this station, you’re to meditate on Philippians 2:6-8, which talks about Christ being our model of humility; our example of a life of self-sacrifice.

Station 2 — Our Humility
The verse to meditate on here is Philippians 2:1-5. Think about Christ’s desire for us to be humble servants.

Station 3 — His Thoughts of You
At this station, you’re to feel the tiny grains of sand and remember what David says in Psalm 139: 17-18a “How precious to me are your thoughts, God! How vast is the sum of them! Were I to count them, they would outnumber the grains of sand.”

Station 4 — Out To Serve, With Our God
The paper with the handprint is a way for you to think about having your name inscribed on God’s palm, by putting your name on the hand of God on the paper to help you remember that God does not forget you and He truly loves you.

“I recognized the only way I could do this was by receiving Him, again and again and again. Hope something here helps others feel invited to the prayer stations.”

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