Many of you have become discouraged praying. Things are about to change. Lana Vaswer will encourage your to continue to be specific in your prayers.
So often we think of salvation as this great moment where we gain passage to heaven when we die. What’s so great about salvation? It begins a journey …
Have you given up praying about something because it seems that God doesn’t what to answer it? The bravest prayer you can pray is to continue praying that prayer you’ve prayed 100 times.
Prayer reminds us that He is always with us, He hasn’t left us, and He likes us. The greatest benefit of prayer is we remember that God is close.
We take our kids to church, pray with them before bed, and maybe read them the Bible. But, what does it really take to get them to love God for themselves?
The reason that vulnerability and relationships are our safeguards against failure is that we need to share these things we feel are true in order to find freedom from them.
God can do everything on His own. He created the heavens and the earth without our help. Why should we pray? It is more than because He commands us too.
Changes happen all the time in life. Don’t let shame over missed days keep you from what God has for you today. Get back up and put your prayer routine back on track.
We cannot avoid entering into other people’s problems. We don’t have to have the answer. Just give a hug and prayer to let them know they are not alone.
Things happen in life that makes us sad. Giving thanks in all things doesn’t remove our grief, it positions us to see the goodness of God coming from it.
People who die without Jesus will have made a terribly bad choice, but hell is a warning for Christians. It should compel us to tell of God’s love.
Some Christians condemn Halloween, some create a family-friendly harvest festival, and others will embrace Halloween completely. How should you navigate it?