So Christianity is muscle and miracle—not too much muscle lest we be strained; not too much miracle lest we be drained.
Why do we pray? Is it for us, or for God? The truth is, there’s a both/and character to our prayers—it is both petition and formation.
In today's Seven Minute Seminary video, Dr. Steven Bruns looks back to history in order to discover the models used by the church during some of the church's most vibrant eras.
Prayer that leads to awakening is willing to be poured out in it longings. David Thomas writes more about the difference between casual and travailing prayer.
Jesus said we should pray to our Father, “May your kingdom come. May your will be done on earth as in heaven.” Here's what happens when we do.
All through his long life, Wesley used written prayers—from the Book of Common Prayer and other sources—as well as spontaneous or impromptu prayers.
The choice of solitude puts our lives in the crucible and allows God to burn away all of the impurities.
Today’s student is living a life that is distracted by the chaos of campus and culture – a life where they often struggle to discern or experience the activity of God in their midst.
As you go through the Lord’s Prayer, reflect on what each line means. As you go, begin to pray it from the heart as a family several times a day.
Throughout the ages, God’s people have gathered before Him in song. Here are five reasons why we should celebrate this gift of music.