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Watch the entire devotional series from this past week as Pastor Mike helps us see how simple it is for us to go in prayer to our Father in heaven.
Unanswered Prayers for Justice?
Why doesn’t God answer your prayers for justice? Pastor Mike says the answer is simple.
How to Pray
How do you get God’s attention? Do you sometimes feel like you’re annoying him or bothering him with your prayers?
Do the Right Thing . . . in Secret
Doing the right thing is hard. Doing the right thing for the right reasons is even harder.
Prayer in Everyday Things
Here’s a twist for you: pray for stuff you’re already good at. Pastor Mike explains.
Helpless People Pray
What will make you great at prayer? Pastor Mike’s answer may surprise you.
Does God always give good gifts?
Jimmy asks his dad for some eggs for breakfast. Dad gets out of bed, lumbers over to the refrigerator, pulls out a live scorpion,…
Are My Prayers Significant Enough?
Do you often wonder: Of all the prayers people are praying right now and all the problems people have right now . . . why would God listen to me? In this series, Pastor Matt walks us through the account of a blind man and Jesus—and how we can use this to find our significance.
Ask God to give you himself
“Enough about me; tell me more about you.” The desire to get to know someone more deeply signifies that a relationship is there. It’s…
Help Those in War Stand Firm
How can we help those in the midst of war to stand firm in their faith?
Watch the entire devotional series from this week as Pastor Jared helps us to be bold in our prayers the way Abraham was with God.
Are Your Prayers Too Small?
Our prayers are too small. But God can help us think bigger.