Once your request has been submitted, it will be sent to a moderator for approval.
Requests are not evaluated for content or quality, but screening is necessary to
eliminate the occasional requests of individuals deliberately seeking to be offensive.
We apologize for the delay; your prayer request will appear on the site as soon
as a moderator is available to post it.
Once the request has been approved, all members will see it in their list of recent
requests and will have an opportunity to respond. If you choose, you can be notified
by email whenever a response has been posted. Don't worry, responses are moderated
too and no one will see your email address, so you don't have to worry that you
will get any unpleasant or unwelcome surprises in your inbox.
If you're concerned about other people knowing your identity, you can post the
No one will know that you authored the prayer, but you will still get notified
when someone responds. If you respond to your own prayer, that will also be
If you prefer that your prayer remain just between you and God, you can post the
prayer privately. No one else will ever see your prayer, but it will always be
available for you to come back to in the future so that you can remember
everything that you and God have been talking about.
If you have a suggestion for how we might improve this process,
please let us know. If you have questions, comments or concerns about this
process, please send us an email.
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