When Ordinary is No Longer Enough Today is When Ordinary is No Longer Enough! Have you thought about who you really want to become? Some people step out into the real world wanting to become doctors or lawyers. Some want to put up their own businesses, while some choose to …
This web-post focuses on the executive administrative activities you have for your life and how you should pray for these areas.
In this message, we’ve taken a look into the life of Rebekah to define what it looks like at how an uncommon person has the ability to move from imperfection to perfect.
Get it in your head that your life is the business that God has given you. That makes Him the CEO. Therefore, prayer is explaining to the CEO how your business is doing.
The purpose of this message is to bring to light why so many prayers go unanswered. The key to getting answered prayer lies in the knowledge and fact that prayer takes work and that prayer results in work.
In this message, we introduce you to where the phrase business of prayer originated and how it applies to helping one take their prayer to the next level.
Years ago there was a trend for believers to pray for an hour. While that seems like a long time for prayer, it’s actually not enough time. In this lesson, I ask the question, why can’t you pray for an hour?
In this message, we introduce you to the concept of the business of prayer. We provide expectations offered by others and what you can expect to gain in this set of messages.
In this message, we’re talking about how you can take your personal prayer routines to the next level. Actually we want to show you how to take it to an insane level.
In this message, I want to get the prayer athlete ready for the practice of prayer. What does practice look like in the sport of prayer? We define what a few prayer techniques look like so that you can be encouraged and find ways to participate in the practice of prayer to become a next level prayer athlete.
This installment describes the next progression of prayer called scrimmage. What does a scrimmage look like when it comes to prayer?