Uniting people to pray in the Greater Sacramento Region.

“There is one body and one Spirit, just as also you were called in one hope of your calling; one Lord, one faith, one baptism, one God and Father of all who is over all and through all and in all.” - Ephesians 4:4-6

Why Strategic Intercession Teams?

In the “old” model, intercessors go off to pray in their corner while pastors and leaders press forward, both feeling isolated and not making much “progress.” Today, there’s another option. Intercessors and leaders working together to advance God’s kingdom!

This simple but effective model has been implemented in this region for the past three years successfully in 45+ congregations, Christian businesses and even in the political realm with transformative results.

Pastor Scott Hagan shared, “…Everything shifted last fall when we had Adena come to train a team at Real Life Church…It’s real. It’s legit. It’s not busy work…something shifted! I can connect it to a new prosperity and a new grace upon my life, upon my family, since this was established. Take it seriously!”

Intrigued? Please join us March 14, 10-12pm at South Sacramento Christian Center to learn more about this strategic intercession model which utilizes unity and communication along with prayer and fasting for maximum effectiveness in advancing God’s kingdom!

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Q Commons Review by Jeff Kreiser

Bridging the gap between Christian worldview and mainstream culture is no easy task. So often, the reality of faith, and the values of Christianity are lost in translation.

The person and message of Christ is a positive, life-affirming, beautiful reality for all people, but it can get put into a small corner of the culture that restricts its effectiveness. Sometimes, it is we as Christians who keep it in a tiny space in the corners of culture rather than bringing it out into the public square in a winsome way.

Q Commons Sacramento is meant to be part of the effort at getting the voices of thought leaders who have Christ at the center both heard and talked about throughout the greater Sacramento region. The Q Commons gathering on February 26 was a local gathering that was sponsored by the ACTS Group, William Jessup University, 95 West, E49 Corporation and Mikuni Foundation and was focused around talks related to advancing good in the world.

Best-selling author Malcolm Gladwell (Tipping Point, David and Goliath), TV producer Mark Burnett (Survivor, The Bible) and broadcast journalist Soledad O’Brien all presented their ideas via broadcast through Q Ideas national. Locally, KLOVE/Air1 Alan Mason and Business Consultant and former Sacramento King LaSalle Thompson shared live talks, while Bishop Jaime Soto and President John Jackson dialogued on Catholic and Evangelical connectedness and cooperation.

In a conference-saturated space, how does Q Commons stand out?

The unique quality of Q Commons is that the focus is not on trained pastors or theologians presenting a blueprint for Christian living, but culture-makers sharing how they are living out that blueprint in their daily world. It’s my hope that people who attended Q Commons caught values, language and will now be able to ask themselves the questions about our culture that we ask our speakers: what is right, what is wrong, what is missing and what needs to be challenged?”

Thank You!

THANK YOU for your love of Jesus Christ! THANK YOU for your devotion to prayer. THANK YOU for your desire and hunger to see the fullness of God manifested in our region! Hallelujah and Amen!

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