Prayer to Go

 A Florida church is now offering drive-thru prayer service for its community as a way to fulfill busy commuter's spiritual needs on the go.

Motorists along U.S. highway 41 in Southwest Florida can pull over once they spot a member of Estero United Methodist Church, carrying large signs that read "Need prayer? Turn here," where close to a dozen volunteers are waiting in the church parking lot to offer prayer.

"You'd be surprised by the tears of joy from people when they come through, because they know God's there for them and He is listening to their concerns. It's really neat," Pam Sebby, drive-thru prayer leader at EUMC, told The Christian Post.

The group offers prayer each Wednesday and has seen a spike in interest from drivers stopping by each time they host the convenient service, says Sebby, who also notes that they do it because "it is our mission to reach, connect, nurture, disciple and commission ourselves for the Lord."