Growing in prayer is a lifestyle and mission adventure too good to miss

Growing in prayer is a lifestyle and mission adventure too good to miss

Growing in prayer is a lifestyle and mission adventure too good to miss

“Lord, teach us to pray” Luke 11:1

The early disciples weren’t strangers to prayer. But Jesus’ prayer life made them want to reach beyond the boundaries of their own prayer experience. “Lord, teach us to pray” is more than an echo from the past. It’s the heart-cry of many of Christ’s followers today. The sound is being amplified in hearts left empty by religious routines. Hunger for God is feeding fresh desire for prayer. And it’s a cry he welcomes; one that leads to a life-changing journey of discovery in the heart of God.

ENJOY Praying

ENJOY Praying

A key to ENJOYABLE praying: Learn to GAZE! Praying is meant to be enjoyable. Not only a discipline but a delight. Dutiful but joyless praying is often the reason for prayer gatherings being thin in attendance or disappearing completely. It’s difficult to sustain what...

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This is YOUR chapter of History

This is YOUR chapter of History

Be EXTRA-ORDINARY! Redemption has freed us to live extra-ordinary lives in response to the resident King. We're his priests, serving enthroned Glory from close-up. We’ve been liberated from the confines of self-focus to celebrate life in the wide open space of service...

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Why pray HUNGER for God?

Earlier this week I returned from a church camp (mostly young gen) in North Thailand where the theme was ‘Hunger for God’s Glory’. They did more than listen and take notes; they put words and actions to their hunger for him. Anyone with a...

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My name will be great among the nations, from where the sun rises to where it sets. In every place incense and pure offerings will be brought to me, because my name will be great among the nations, says the Lord Almighty.

Malachi 1:11