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For more information about Spiritual Care Services at Littleton Adventist Hospital, or to speak with a chaplain, please call 303-730-5884.
Prayer is a process of communication between a person and who or what that person believes to be their higher power. For Christians, the essence of prayer is belief in a God who cares and wants to support us in our daily walk. Prayer is an integral part of healing, health and wholeness.
We offer several options for prayer practice at Littleton Adventist Hospital which include:
A Prayer Team prays daily for specific prayer requests, patient and hospital needs. Requests for prayer may be submitted in the Chaplain's office or in the hospital Chapel. You may also
email your request to our chaplain
(Author and one of the founders of the Seventh-day Adventist Church)
"Prayer is the answer to every problem in life. It puts us in tune with divine wisdom, which knows how to adjust everything perfectly. So often, we do not pray in certain situations because from our standpoint the outlook is hopeless. But nothing is impossible with God. Nothing is so entangled that it cannot be remedied. No human relation is too strained for God to bring about reconciliation and understanding. No habit is so deeply rooted that it cannot be overcome. No one is so weak that he cannot be made strong. Whatever we need or desire, if we trust God, He will supply it. If anything is causing worry and anxiety, let us stop rehearsing the difficulty and trust God for healing, love, and power."
What is an Adventist?
(Speaker and author on the subject of prayer)
"Lord, I make a decision to pray for one hour a day for the rest of my life." On that saturday in February 1984, Becky Tirabassi made a non-negotiable time commitment with God. She was convinced she could not be all that she desired to be for God if she was not regularly alone with Him. Through five practical and manageable principles, her prayer life has come
sk of God in prayer
isten for God in prayer
nclude God's Word in prayer
isit with God in written prayer
xpect God in prayer
Becky Tirabassi offers some thoughts about prayer:
(Pastor who, in addition to his parish ministry, offers workshops on the topic of prayer)
(Courtesy of the Pastoral Care Department at Loyola University Health System website)
Eternal God, source of life and love, I turn to you in my illness. Grant me the courage to grow through this experience and the confidence to trust in your continued presence. Blessed are you, eternal God, the source of all healing. Amen.
May love hold you, peace enfold you. May you be held in the palm of God's hand. Amen.
For more information about Spiritual Care Resources at Littleton Adventist Hospital or to
talk to a chaplain, please call 303-730-5884
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