Dec 1

Losses of a Prayerless Christian by Jim Elliff

“Prayer,” said the 19th century preacher, Charles Spurgeon, “is the tender nerve that moveth the muscle of omnipotence.” We cannot afford not to pray.

Oct 4

Prayer as Reverent Conversation by Jared C. Wilson

God does not require that we grovel in self-loathing or jump through religious hoops to talk to him, but this does not mean we speak to him as if he is not the perfectly holy Lord of All.

Aug 6

Prayer and the Ministry of the Word by H.B. Charles Jr.

Spiritual leaders can only minister effectively when we pray consistently.

Jul 23

Prayer and the Ministry of the Word by H.B. Charles Jr.

We should do our best to prepare ourselves to lead the saints in corporate prayer.

Jun 23

Faith-Sized Requests by Jim Elliff

We know what God can do, but what will you believe He will do?

Apr 7

Episode 112: Kyle Strobel on Prayer Becoming Real by Jared C. Wilson

On this episode of the FTC Podcast, Jared Wilson talks with Dr. Kyle Strobel, a theologian at Biola University, about honest prayer.

Mar 11

Your Helper in Prayer: Spurgeon on the Holy Spirit by Jenny-lyn de Klerk

Prayer is for your own benefit and comfort—it’s an “outlet for grief” and a “lotion” to “bathe our wound in.”

Jan 11

The Weakness of Prayer Makes Strong Christians by Jared C. Wilson

Prayer is expressed helplessness. It is a verbalized acknowledgment of our own lack of power, of our own weakness. And it is in our weakness that God’s power is perfected.

Mar 18

What Does It Mean To “Pray For All People?” by Jim Davis

Paul is asking us to push the boundaries of our hearts when we pray.

Feb 26

When I Don’t Like God’s Answer by Allyson Howell (Todd)

I deceived myself and thought I had the right to question God, to turn my back and scoff at Him, the Creator of everything.