This entry is part 1 of 10 in the series Learning to Pray His WayFor about ten years, my family has gathered at the same house with (mostly) the same couples for New Year’s Eve. We eat finger-foods, play board games, and bring in the New Year with some non-alcoholic champagne, sparklers, and small fireworks. [...]
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What are you praying about during these hard financial times? If you could pray only one prayer about your finances, what would that prayer be?
In a recent post, Jeff Berryman urges us to consider whether “Prayer Warriors” is the best metaphor for those devoted to prayer. His article will prod you to consider how you picture your own prayer life and how we might better envision the kind of prayer we hope to take place within our churches.
Gary Holloway’s latest book, “You Might Be Too Busy If…Spiritual Practices for People in a Hurry” (Leafwood Publishers, 2009), is based on this premise: “…the biggest threat to our relationship with God and the biggest barrier to our quality of life is not immorality or secularism or humanism but simply this: we are too busy.” [...]