Our Mission is to increase awareness of vulnerable populations locally and globally, encourage prayer as a tool to bring justice for these groups and to meet their needs, and lead others to become engaged in ministries that work with vulnerable people.

What We Do 

Each month, Micah 6:8 will focus on one of our local or global partners to provide support through prayer. Prayer is a form of help that people on all levels can contribute to. Each month, we provide 3 steps that you can take:

  • A Testimony: A written or visual testimony from the partner or those that have been affected by the partners services.
  • Prayer Request: The prayer needs of the organization.
  • Call To Action: Information on how you can get involved or learn more about our partners and their service.

For more information about Micah 6:8, contact Elise at elise@fairfaxcirclechurch.org.

This Months Spotlight : The Lamb Center 

  • A Testimony:
  • Let's Pray: This week please pray for the volunteers serving the homeless and the hungry. Pray that God keeps them safe as they serve.  Please pray that they will be able to encourage and support each guest.  Please pray that they know that their work is making a difference.
  • Let's Read: Under the Overpass
    What happens when two friends decide to experience being homeless first hand?
    After meals from garbage cans and dumpsters, night after night Mike and Sam found their beds under bridges and on the streets. They were forced to depend on the generosity and kindness of strangers as they panhandled to sustain their existence. For more than five months, the pair experienced firsthand the extreme pains of hunger, the constant uncertainty and danger of living on the streets, exhaustion, depression, and social rejection—and all of this by their own choice. This is their story. Through Mike’s firsthand account, Under the Overpass provides important insight into the truths of the street and calls the younger generation of believers to take great risks of faith to bring Christ’s love to the neediest corners of the world.

For more information about The Lamb Center, visit their site!