Episode 115: The Power of Prayer
Ready to hear some awesome Bible2School Godstories? You’ll fall in love with Tim & Esther’s heart for this ministry that they call the “God-given answer for reaching hearts and lives of young people”!
Our guests remind us we can be excited to watch what God is going to do in the lives of the children we pray for. As Esther said, “We keep praying in faith believing that God will bring our children, our grandchildren, and our great grandchildren into His family because we believe in Him and His power to do that.”
Ready to hear about the power of prayer? Let’s go!
TIM HERITAGE is retired after 40+ years of pastoral ministry in Oklahoma City and Lancaster, Pa. Husband for 56 years to Esther, father to four daughters, grandfather to nine, and great grandfather to three. Tim began with Bible2School in 2014 as the bus driver for his school district’s first elementary school. He served as bus coordinator for the past 9 years as the ministry grew. Tim is currently serving on the teaching team of his Adult Bible Fellowship class at Calvary Church in Lancaster, PA.
Psalm 34:3 – Oh magnify the Lord
Phil 4:6-9 – Don’t be anxious for anything but pray about everything
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