Kindergarten Prayers Believe

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Believe in Prayer

Years ago, I had a minister friend whose wife was in the process of giving birth to their first child. There were severe complications and the doctors gave no hope for the child to live. … Read More

Epic Fathers Serving the Lord

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“As for me and my house, we will serve the Lord” (Joshua 24:15). Epic poems narrate the deeds and adventures of heroic or legendary figures. For some of us, our father would merit such a … Read More

The Impact of Prayer

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We’ve all witnessed it. Individual lives have experienced it. Nations have been affected by it. Yet, prayer has to start with people—folks like you and me. Most of us would admit that before coming to … Read More

Prayer as Pilgrimage

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One of the greatest dangers in the Christian life is stagnation. It happens when we quit moving. There’s lot of reasons why we quit moving and growing. Sometimes it just isn’t easy, and we decide … Read More