Prayer: The Divine Dance


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“Prayer: The Divine Dance” – An Interview with Pastor Rick Ebbers

Prayer: The Divine Dance

Who’s leading in your life? In today’s interview, watch as Pastor Rick Ebbers of The Journey of Longmont discusses the partnership we have with God when we pray! Pastor Rick is an engaging leader who demonstrates God’s deep love for our city and the people of our community. We know you’ll enjoy this interview as he illustrates prayer and ministry as a divine “dance”.

Interview Highlights

We had a great discussion on prayer, ministry, and our city. In the conversation, Pastor Rick expressed his view of prayer and ministry. He discussed how prayer is absolutely essential and critical. Prayer is part of how God participates in this work and in this world.

Prayer is dialogue, and ministry is participation with what God is doing.

When he thinks about ministry and prayer he says, 

“We’re looking for helpful illustrations to help us wrap our brain around this. And the illustration that has helped me the most recently has been this idea of — dance.”

“If you ever watch a really good couple dancing. You’ll see that one person is the lead and one person is the follower, though they are both full-on active participants. And when I look at ministry [I] think that is what it is.”

He continues to explain that we are “co-laborers with Christ”, and we are a “full-on participants”. Pastor Rick continued to discuss the connection we have in this dance of prayer and ministry saying,

“The Holy Spirit gives us gifts to participate in the ministry He has prepared for us in advance to do”….

“We’re designed to do ministry, and yet it is in partnership with what God is doing, and it’s following God’s leading. So, just this dance.”

…Rick shares so much more insight throughout this interview. Don’t miss the full-length interview. We know you’ll enjoy it.

Click HERE to watch the full-length interview.

The Journey Church

Maybe you’d like to learn more about Pastor Rick Ebbers and The Journey of Longmont or even visit their church this Sunday?

Find out more at:

  • When? Sundays at 10:07 a.m.
  • Where? Address: ​2000 Pike Rd. Unit A, Longmont, CO 80501 (On Pike Road near Front Range Community college.)

About #LongmontPrays

Longmont Prays is a prayer initiative by Longmont area pastors and ministry leaders. In these interviews, we talk about the importance of prayer and why prayer is such a high priority and value for our city. We’re really declaring just that: prayer matters. In the coming weeks, as we release these videos through The Longmont Observer. Our hope is that these interview will draw your heart closer to God, inspire you to pray, and help reveal the need to prayer for our beloved city — Longmont.

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