Merna and friends in Egypt Cardboard Castle

Prayer: in Faith or in a Temper Tantrum?

12.01.14 posted by Tammy Vanella
Tammy recently saw a license plate frame which boasted, “I saw it. I wanted it. I threw a fit. I got it!” Sadly, we often approach God in a similar manner when we pray, making our prayers short-sighted and more like a temper tantrum than a ... Continue reading →
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Why We Struggle with Prayer

08.26.13 posted by Dr. Richard Krejcir
We are in a war between what we think is important and what God says is important. Prayer is a struggle for us because, although we need it, we either forget to do it or do not desire it. However, prayer is important. It puts our lives into ... Continue reading →

Faith Like a Child

07.24.13 posted by Sarah Markley
Can God heal? Yes, he can. Does God intervene in impossible situations? All the time. Does God move the hardest of “mountains,” the human heart? Absolutely. But do we ask him? Maybe we don’t pray for these kinds of things because we’ve grown up ... Continue reading →
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Take Five: Modesty and Prayer

06.28.13 posted by Trochia
It can be challenging to love and pray for those who are culturally different from us. We each have a preconceived idea of how we should act, dress, behave or converse with others - but what we must remember is that grace and truth are equally ... Continue reading →
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