Come to Him - especially if you don’t feel joyful - and ask for joy from the Healer, the Care-giver, and the only One who can turn your sorrow into joy.
Where does the wayward mind truly go when it comes time to pray? It’s hard to say.
God has called his church to live in a constant conversation seeking him in the midst of all things at all times.
You must become one of the fire-caretaker if you want to stay warm with God.
The key to prayer is a heart of dependence. Pray with the holy urgency of one who has a need that only Jesus can meet.
You and I can no more attempt to live this thing called the Christian life without prayer than we can live each second and day without breath. And yet the weakest prayers yield the most grace.
My tips for a strategic ministry are old-fashioned, timeless, and proven.
Tell me if this scenario sounds familiar: You decide it’s time to pray, so you close your eyes. Fifteen seconds in, out of nowhere, tomorrow’s to-do list pops up and your thoughts are off on a tangent . . .
Pray the same thing you did yesterday. Here's why . . .
Help from Psalm 25 to encourage more prayer.