At Fellowship Monrovia, we believe in the power of prayer. We describe prayer as interactive communication with God in which our deepest emotions and thoughts are expressed. This includes thanksgiving, praise, request, petition, and mourning. Prayer is the acknowledgement that we are in great need of God. He eagerly turns his ear toward us as we seek intimate communication with him. Prayer can be spontaneous and heartfelt while it also can be fixed and rhythmic. Through this divine form of conversation, God graciously engages with our hearts while also revealing his. As part of our mission of making disciples, the Fellowship team would love to encourage your exploration of this powerful Christian practice! Feel free to connect with our prayer ministry in any of the following ways:
Would you like to be prayed over in person? Our prayer team is available to pray with you at the end of our services each Sunday.
Inner Healing prayer is for a person who has suffered hurt or abuse and is having a hard time experiencing freedom from their past and needs a breakthrough from Jesus. Inner Healing seeks to expose lies a person has adopted about their identity and opens doors to experience the deep love of Jesus like they’ve never have before.
Ephesians 6:11,12 tells us to put on the armor of God and why: “For our struggle is not against flesh and blood, but against the rulers, against the authorities, against the powers of this dark world and against the spiritual forces of evil in the heavenly realms.”
Come Experience Freedom… Receive Healing
To make an appointment for inner healing prayer please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call the office at 626.239.8109. The prayer session is free and confidential.
Inner Healing prayer is part of FM’s Prayer Hub ministry.
“At Fellowship Monrovia, we have a team of believers that commit to the power of prayer.”
Becky White is a single mom of 4 grown sons. Her oldest son Trevor is 25 and she has triplets that are 20. Boone and Logan are juniors in college and her other son Cameron is severely handicapped and lives in a group home in Riverside. An avid athlete, Becky was as 8-time All-American at BIOLA University where she was recently inducted into their inaugural Hall of Fame class. Becky is also a member of the City of Riverside Sport Hall of Fame class of 2013. She currently serves as Pastor of Community Life at Fellowship Monrovia after previously serving on the Ministry Team at The Grove Community Church in Riverside for the last 17 years. She is finalizing her Masters in Marriage and Family Degree as a Clinical Therapist this spring. As an author and speaker Becky brings the experiences and learning from raising her sons into a vibrant and engaging teaching ministry.