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A short message from a Boston pastor

My close friend is a pastor of a church in Boston. He wrote a short blog about the recent tragedy at the Boston Marathon. 

As we mourn this moment, we do so with a hope that a Kingdom is arriving—a Kingdom that will right all wrongs, and turn all our sorrows into dancing. Until then, we look for ways to help others grieve with a hope beyond themselves.

You can find the full post here. Read it. Weep for brothers and sisters you’ve never met. Be unified with them in prayer. Maranatha.

“Blessed be the God and Father of our Lord Jesus Christ, the Father of mercies and God of all comfort; who comforteth us in all our affliction, that we may be able to comfort them that are in any affliction, through the comfort wherewith we ourselves are comforted of God.” (2 Corinthians 1:3-4, ASV)

A visual narrative of Reality Boston’s 1st prayer tour

I just got back from a prayer tour for Reality Boston. The tour was represented by Reality’s from L.A., Stockton, San Francisco, Santa Barbara, Carpinteria, and Ventura. Below are the blog posts narrating the trip through words, videos, and imagery. Enjoy!

Boston Prayer Tour || Introduction

Boston Prayer Tour || Day 1 (Video)

Boston Prayer Tour || Tim Chaddick on prayer tours (video)

Boston Prayer Tour || Morsels

Boston Prayer Tour || Day 2 (Video)

Boston Prayer Tour || Day 3 (Video)

Boston Prayer Tour || Images

Breathe in the city; exhale in prayer.

Boston Prayer Tour 2012

For the rest of this week I will be breaking from the status quo, and blogging on site for Reality Boston during the prayer tour for the upcoming church plant.

Below is a video for why we do prayer tours.

If you want to catch all the social media content streaming from the Cradle of Liberty by the 150 people involved, point your guns to this hashtag: #Pray4Boston

Why Prayer Tours | Boston from Reality.

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