Category Archives: Prayer


Pastor Glem praying at the #40DaysOfPresence Celebration Concert at Loyola Park Beach, Chicago, IL, U.S.A. Praise the Lord!

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Pray (Psalm 86)

God helps those who ask Him for help. Listen to the whole message: Petition (Help) Psalm 86 By Pastor Glem Melo A. Why pray? 1. Because we are poor and needy. 2. Because of our enemy 3. Because of God … Continue reading

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Crete Church (PCA) in Crete, IL

By Pastor Glem Melo Last Sunday, I had the joy and privilege of preaching and ministering to God’s precious people at Crete Church (PCA) in Crete, Illinois. After losing their beloved pastor to brain cancer, they are now praying and … Continue reading

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By Pastor Glem Melo A Catholic priest and more than a dozen have been abducted by ISIS-linked terrorists in Marawi, southern Philippines. “Father Chito Suganob and others were in the Cathedral of Our Lady Help of Christians when members of the Maute … Continue reading

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Yanan Melo’s post on Facebook: Please pray for the Philippines. I was chatting with some friends and family in Manila, Marawi City, and my very own Cagayan de Oro City. ISIS flags are being raised in Marawi City, and they … Continue reading

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Pray for the Philippines

by Pastor Glem Melo “Asia’s ‘shoot-to-kill’ republic? The rising body count of the Philippines’ ‘war on drugs.’” So goes an news article from The Conversation. ABS-CBN News puts the “number of drug-related fatalities” from May 10 to July 22, 2016 at 544 — 358 in … Continue reading

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Congratulations, Dr. Coleman

Congratulations to Dr. Stephen Coleman, his wife and children, and proud parents!   Dr. Coleman is a pastor of the Presbyterian Church in America (PCA), teaches at both Westminster Theological Seminary and Reformed Theological Seminary, member of the Open Eyes Mission international oversight committee, and son … Continue reading

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