As objects of hostility, our call is to stand ﬁrm, never doubting the reality of the battle raging against our lives, nor the victory that is ours to come.
The Christian gospel is the story of a God who breaks the rules of plausibility—often when we least expect it and in ways we could never have predicted.
When our souls, like Christ’s, are overwhelmed with sorrow to the point of death, we do not necessarily pray like Jesus.
Pete Greig writes an honest book about unanswered prayer to help anyone who is hurting find a little comfort and a few answers.
As the new school year begins, John Page asks a prayer of blessing from God for students, parents, and teachers embarking on an unparalleled start to the year.
In examining the Lord's Prayer, we learn that prayer begins with God, not with us or with our needs.
Calamity reveals instinct, and ours tells us that this continues to be a time for extraordinary prayer.
There are times in prayer when the need doesn’t let up, when the burden will simply not let go.
In light of COVID-19, we must gently and firmly allow the reality and gravity of our circumstances to register in the deep places of our souls.
If you're stuck in your prayer life, or are a new Christian and don't know where to begin, Craig Springer offers three mistakes to avoid and ways to move forward.