March Update

   Keep Tom Mueller in your prayers this month. See below for more prayer requests.


Keep Tom Mueller in your prayers this month. See below for more prayer requests.


From coast to coast, thank you for standing in the gap for Long Island and interceding on behalf of our brothers and sisters in Christ and those on their way to knowing Him.

Praise Points:
We thank God for a great finish to the unified series of Explore God.  24 churches partnered together to make it happen.  Please pray that these seeds of truth fell on good soil in the lives of all that participated, that these seeds would germinate to understanding and produce a crop, yielding a hundred, sixty or thirty times what was sown (Matthew 13:23)

Prayer Points

  • Hope Day-June 6th: Please pray for continued vision, partnering and unity among the churches.  
  • Pray for logistics, that the Lord of the harvest would send out workers in to this harvest field; calling, equipping and empowering each person for their unique work of service.
  • Pray for Leadership over the various service projects of Hope Day.
  • Pray for servants to be drawn to take their part.
  • For the Lord to continue to open the eyes of the saints, move them to compassion for the lost and care for their brothers and sisters in Long Island.  (John 4:35) that they would seek the Lord and draw on His Spirit that so powerfully works in us.  (Colossians 1:29)
  • Continued prayer for our Long Island Leaders: Tom Mueller, Long Island Church Relations Director, Robert Bambino, Long Island Church Relations Coordinator, Long Island Pastors and leaders – those who have joined effort with LPA and those who have yet to commit (Pastor Kelly, McMillan, Milazzo, Tomlinson, more…), Long Island intercessors who live in Long Island and have been praying for their region long before we came along to encourage and support.

Thank you for your powerful and effective prayers for Long Island and the NYC areas.  Much work is underway!  Thank you for offering your lives as living sacrifices holy and pleasing to God and your devotion to prayer.  Your prayers help!  “Then many will give thanks on our behalf for the gracious favor granted us in answer to the prayers of many.”  (2 Corinthians 1:11)

Valerie Hanson
Regional Prayer Coordinator for the West