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The best 2 hours of the week


Mel said he was going to have a new contest asking what was the best two hours of your week. I was so excited as I new exactly what my two hours were and I was so excited to share this with my friends within the community.

During this illness you find yourself alone and lonely. You isolate yourself in fear of giving this to another loved one or person. The people you love and know become distant from you as you can no longer be the person you used to be. Your family tries to be understanding but in time they also distance themselves from you as they do not understand. You now find yourself alone. There is always one person who is always there. He is the only person who can and will help you through the toughest times of your life. that person is God. “God,” will never forsake you.

When I first joined the community, I loved the Saturday calls. I looked to much forward to talking to people who actually understood. I started to know the people and realized how kind, understanding and wonderful they all were. Mel kept telling me during our coaching sessions to come to the Sunday prayer call. The next Sunday I called in. All I can say is “WOW.” I was welcomed with open arms. Everyone was so positive and uplifting. We all prayed to our Father and got to talk openly with each other. The people were your friends and you were now bonding with them on a more personal level. Mel keeps the prayer group very uplifting and positive. We even share jokes that make us laugh. I can’t begin to say how much this “two” hours mean to me. Since that day I have never missed a Sunday call. Infact, I look forward to them.


Sunday is a day of thanksgiving. It is right and just to give thanks to the Lord our God. God graciously blesses us with everything that we have. Life,health, food, shelter, family and friends, opportunity and faith. These gifts are so awesome that we should be overflowing with gratitude and eager to give our thanks and praise. Weekly thanksgiving is a bare minimum. We need to honor the giver of our gifts.

We are a community where we socialize and support each other. You make friends and feel a sense of belonging, and build a support network that you can rely on.

It is a time you are with people who believe as you do, and you give each other support.

There have been many times that the prayers spoken have been exactly what I needed to hear. God speaks through His Word.

I have developed deep friendships that have sustained me in tough times, and I hope I have contributed the same to others. These people are all very dear to my heart.

It is a time where we concentrate on the things of God. During the week is hard to focus on spiritual matters as we are all so busy with our daily lives. These two hours gives us a time to leave all that behind.

God sees you, and he loves you unconditionally. Developing a strong relationship with God requires communication. This is a great way to communicate and build a relationship.

I love to worship God with our community members who want to do the same thing. It is a very powerful thing. It is like joining together with one heart.
Come join us for one Sunday and see for yourself. It is truly a wonderful experience.

Why do we come together on Sundays for our “two hours?”
1. Prayer brings friends who believe together
2. Prayer brings divine help
3. Prayer gives us strength
4. Prayer inspires hope
5. Prayer reduces stress
6. Prayer gives us a positive attitude
7. Prayer is a time to celebrate the blessings with our Lord
8. Prayer brings you closer to God
9. Prayer helps you open your heart and invite the lord into your life
10. Prayer is a time to ask forgiveness in the areas we have fallen short
11. Prayer helps us bond a relationship with God
12. Prayer is a time to ask God for your health to be restored

We all need to thank Mel for making these “two hours” possible. Thank you, Mel from the bottom of my heart.

Your Warrior Friend,