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CSMI Prayer Night-Nashville 7:00 PM



CSMI joins with NHOP for this prayer night.

CSMI  Prayer and Fellowship Night 7:00 PM

One Stone Nashville  

4.85 Google reviews

Church in Nashville, Tennessee

Address: 1101 Stainback Ave, Nashville, TN 37207

Phone: (615) 490-6941


4pm to 6pm    Worship with the Word

6pm to 8pm    Intercession

CSMI Prayer Night-Clarksville TN 7:00 PM




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Prayer Leaders

Bob Thomas
John and Anabella  Gilkes

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Monday TBA

CSMI  Prayer and Fellowship Night 7:00 PM

John Gilkes Home

John Gilkes and Leah and Randy Faith Knotts Coordinators

546 Bethany Circle

Murfreesboro TN 37128

Lara Landon

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Dr Byron and Kelly Bush leaders

Promise Dental Clinic

2908 Sidco Dr  Nashville, TN 37204


(615) 401-1103

Leah and Randy Faith Knotts

CSMI Prayer Night-Jackson  TN 6:30 PM



Every third Tuesday of the month.

CSMI  Prayer and Fellowship Night 6:30 PM

Jeff and Melanie Woods Home

435 West Forest Ave.

Jackson, TN 38301



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Every Tuesday at 7:00 PM

CSMI Prayer and Fellowship Night 7:00 PM

740 1/2 Elm Street

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Gene Schmidt Coordinator





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28478 Marvin Road

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Watertown WI 53094

Every Monday night at 6:30 PM

CSMI Prayer and Fellowship Night








CSMI Womens Prayer Night- Nashville TN  7:00 PM



Lara landon Home (womens Leader)

TBA (Lara is in Kansas taking care of her mother for a season)

CSMI Womens Prayer Might

2224 30th Ave South

Nashville TN 37221








CSMI Prayer Night- Savannah Goergia  7:00 PM



Katie and Brad Pelteir Home

Every Wednesday

7:00 PM









Barbi and Terry
Dr Byron and Kelly Bush
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CSMI Prayer Night- MT Juliet TN  7:00 PM



Terry and Barbi Franklin Home

Every Thursday Night

7:00 PM

1802 Joseph Hayes Ct.

Mt Juliet  TN  37217

Please email Barbi at to confirm you will attend.








Four Reasons for Prayer

There are several good reasons to pray.

  • It is a great privilege. Can you think of any greater honor than to have an audience with the One who rules over ALL creation? We have been invited to talk with the one who put the stars in place. We are invited to seek counsel from the One who is truth and wisdom. We are invited to sit down with the One who knows all things. The Puritan John Preston lays it out very plainly,

Prayer is a privilege purchased by the blood of Jesus Christ. Christ died for this end, it cost him the shedding of his blood, so that we, through him, might have entrance to the throne of grace. And will you let such a privilege as this lie still? If you do, so far as is in you, you cause his blood to be shed in vain. For if you neglect the privileges gotten by that blood, you neglect the blood that procured them. [The Puritans on Prayer p.17]

Conversation is a part of any vital and growing relationship. We sometimes measure the quality of a marriage relationship by how well the couples communicates. Or to state it another way, one of the first things people point to as evidence that a marriage is in trouble is a lack of communication. The same is true for our relationship with the Father. True, honest, heartfelt conversation is a sign of a healthy relationship. A lack of conversation, or conversation only in public is a sign of a relationship in trouble.

  • We should pray because we are in a fierce battle. Constantly we are warned of the Devil's intention to neutralize and demoralize us. We are told that "our struggle is not against flesh and blood, but against the rulers, against the authorities, against the powers of this dark world and against the spiritual forces of evil in the heavenly realms." (Eph. 6:10). We are in a battle and we need the help of God. The enemy has marshaled his armies . . .when we neglect prayer, we go into battle unarmed. Do you find it at all instructive that Jesus, the incarnate Son of God, found it necessary to pray? If He did not feel He could face the battle in His own strength . . neither should we.

  • Prayer is a deterrent to sin in our lives. In the quiet times of private, honest prayer God exposes the rationalizations and the excuses that we use to cater to sin. In prayer God holds a mirror up to our lives so we can see the way we really are. . .and repent.

Prayer makes a difference. I can't tell you how it "works" . . .I know that circumstances change when people pray. Diseases are sometimes healed, strength is imparted, guidance is given, hearts are softened, needs are met. I know that when I pray for others it helps them

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