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Surrender in the City – Ep#4

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In episode #4, War College student Heidi Adams takes us into the WAR ROOM – 614′s prayer room. She also offers to pray for you so if you’re interested, leave a comment below with your name and she’ll add you to her list!

Have you ever wondered what it’d be like to live in Christian community amongst the street population in the inner-city where there’s open drug use?

Surrender In The City: A Year At The War College will give you a first hand account of what that’s like. It’s the online video journey of first year student Heidi Adams as she navigates life as a part of The War College.

Watch each week as Heidi shares her thoughts/insights/struggles and victories with us. If you’re feeling it… pray for her!

Got questions/comments about what Heidi shared? Leave her a comment and she’ll get back to you on it!

Don’t know what The War College is? Check it out here.

Previous Episodes: 1 | 2 | 3

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  • Frances

    Hey Heidi,

    I love what you guys(War College, 614) are doing in the DTES! I’m a Vancouverite born & bred, but now live in the UK, praying for Europe, so I LOVE the knowledge that you guys are getting “down & dirty” for Christ in my hometown!

    Blessings to you all, and I will be praying for you guys! That God would take you into places of deeper, higher, wider experiences of his grace and passion through those times of intimacy, intercession, revelation, celebration……all of it, that you will experience within that War Room! And, that you will see FRUIT from it through transformation in the lives around you!

  • Jennifer Sturge

    Hi Heidi,

    Wow three hours in a prayer room now that takes a lot of discipline!!! Are u allowed to sing or anything or just pray? If u are allowed to sing that may be helpful in singing some choruses or songs that help bring u into the presence of God. Or some scripture verses that you can pray over that maybe u dont understand or something like that may be helpful as well.

    Take care and God bless!!

  • heidi

    Frances, thanks for that amazing encouragement and prayer! I can tell you’ve spent some time in a war room yourself :)
    Jennifer- YES! I dance, sing, and scream. There are supplies to paint and do all kinds of art, you can write on the wall. There is a book in the room entitled the ‘what are you hearing’ book where most people leave an entry before their shift is over. It’s such an inspiring book to read through and see what God is speaking into the lives of our community. If there is any one ‘rule’ about the war room, it’s that you leave something in it, whether a piece of art or song or journal entry.
    We do whatever helps us center in on God and discover who He is. Why not take over a room at your Corps and hold a weekend of 24/2 or 12/2. We did it in Triton with amazing results and young people are usually all for it. I can send you some resources for different activities you can use in your prayer room :)