We had great success in 2009 as we started this prayer blog. Thank you for participating with us on this journey. For those who are… Read More »Top Ten Post in 2009 On Our Prayer Blog
While I believe that the other post for today is the best approach to New Year’s Resolutions, this is great if you want assurance that you can complete your resolutions. Enjoy!
Whatever it is, I will commit to just do it. I will not wait until I am perfect or until I have it all figured out. I will just move forward with faith.
Sacred Marriage by Gary Thomas will encourage you in your marriage and is easy to read. Here are my thoughts and a corresponding Bible study to download.
My favorite Christmas album comes from pulling together songs from a variety of artists and albums that I have collected over the years.
While Groeshel explains seven principles to effective ministry, I especially appreciated how he balances them with the need to keep God at the center.
Dr. Joon Gon Kim, the national director of Campus Crusade in Korea, passed away earlier this year. Tortured, he later spearheaded Christian growth in Korea.
You love your kids and want what is best. We have this list of 10 Things to Pray for Your Children to help give some ideas of what to pray.
God is in the business of changing lives. Tap into His heart by praying through this list of 15 things to pray for your friends that do not yet know Jesus.
Confession in our personal prayers often takes the form of dredging up every possible sin to bring before God. There is a scene in the movie, Luther, where Martin Luther is spending long hours in the confessional of the monastery to the point where the other priest is getting bored with him. Now I do not think God ever gets bored of us coming to Him. But I do think God wants us to know that sin has been dealt with. The purpose of confession in our prayers is not to get our sins forgiven. They are already forgiven. The purpose of confession is to remind ourselves of this truth and to thank Jesus for the forgiveness given to us. Confession is not to rehash the shame of sin, but to annihilate shame’s very existence in our lives.