If you didn’t learn how to pray from your church or from Jesus, then where’d you learn it? Did you think prayer was this automatic self-learned or anything goes activity that we just pick-up at birth? I’m sure you’re brighter than that and would love to give this some more thought. Here you go…
Take a look at these four observations we’ve made as it relates to how normal people do Thanksgiving. See if you do any of these common actions when it’s time for Thanksgiving.
If you’re interested in prayers that work, you’ll first need to admit there’s something I must know about it. We’re getting off to a great start with these three simple observations in a story Jesus tells about a widow and what her actions reveal about prayer.
What you don’t know about prayer is working against you. This “not knowing” might be that one thing that’s hurting you. At least find out what you don’t know so that it’s not standing in your way to your prayers being answered.
You need to understand a few things when it seems like your prayer request is taking too long. With this you can gauge where you are in the process. Check out “This Prayer Is Taking Too Long.”
In this web-post, I give you a brief overview to what’s coming in our series “Introduction to the 30 Thousand Foot Prayer.” There are some common myths that must be addressed before we go any further.
There are some prayers that shouldn’t fall into the regular prayer request category. They’re just too big. We call these big prayers, 30 thousand foot prayers. Find out what’s going into this new set of series in “An Overview of the 30 Thousand Foot Prayer.”
The word “faith” has been used in so many contexts that the word and its meaning have become watered down. In this web-post, we want to redefine it and give some “next-level” insight on what the word means to enhancing one’s life.
For many years, I thought Christianity was more of their struggles. In my mind, it was the daily fight we’d have with the devil. Does this sound familiar? Most of the time, He’d win because we’re on his turf. I thought the devil had the home field advantage. At least …
We’re refining our target audience just a bit and in this web-post we explain why. It’s our goal to serve those who we’ve been privileged to serve as best we can. In doing so, we get to make a bigger impact on those who need it most. Check it out.