Go Beyond At Home

28-Week Prayer Guide

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Church Family, 

Thank you for joining me on the journey of 28 weeks of prayer as we seek to “Go Beyond at Home” here at Kingsland.

This is an incredible time in the life of Kingsland as we seek God through 28 weeks of intentional, guided prayer, asking Him to move in our hearts, home, church and beyond. 

Our Pastoral Staff are writing specific prayers each week to lead us into a deeper dependence on God. Our prayer is that God will do a work in our hearts through these 28 Weeks of Prayer and prepare us, help us understand His vision for Kingsland, and do what only He can do through the people of Kingsland!

Pastor Ryan


Acts 17:28a “For in Him we live and move and exist [that is, in Him we actually have our being],”… 

Who are you? What is your identity? Where is it found? How you answer these questions will directly affect the way you live out each day of your life & the legacy you leave. Where you look for these answers will either bring you to the Truth and provide rest for your soul, or unnecessary confusion and what some would call an identity crisis. Embracing our true identity as revealed in the Scriptures brings honor and glory to our Creator. The apostle Paul reminds us that in Christ we are new creations; the old is gone and the new has come.  We have been given the opportunity through the pages of the Bible to know the One in whose image we have been created and in whom we actually find our very existence. This week we’ll pray through powerful truths from God’s Word that will both inform and reveal our true identity. 

Week 5
Day 4

April 3

I am the Vine; you are the branches. The one who remains in Me and I in him bears much fruit, for [otherwise] apart from Me [that is, cut off from vital union with Me] you can do nothing.” (AMP)

— John 15:5

REMINDER: I once saw an illustration of a tree rooted in the ground with sap running up the trunk and into the branchesFruit was growing only on the branches still connected to the tree while dead, disconnected branches lay all around the base with no fruit growing on them. This relatable visual illustrates what Jesus was explaining to the disciples about Him being the Vine and his followers being branches. Just as sap provides a tree and its connected branches with nourishment and energy, when our identity remains in Christ, we too find all the supports and supply needed to live, glorify and bear fruit by faith as we habitually remain (abide, stay close, wait) in Him. 


–  Begin by acknowledging and giving thanks to God that everything, including your identity, sovereignly comes from Him, exists by His power and is intended for His glory. 

–  Branches are weak and insufficient to stand alone. Ask the Holy Spirit to reveal any area of your life where you have rooted your identity (or ability to bear Christian fruit) in the nourishment or supply from another source apart from Jesus Christ. 

–  Re-commit to staying connected (abiding) in Christ. Ask Him to strengthen your relationship as He sanctifies you through this season of prayer and time in God’s Word. 

–  Thank Jesus that He will never fail and never abandon. Ask Him to produce rich fruit in your life as you experience the joy and strength that comes from your union with Him. 

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