Mobilising, training and equipping Christians for prayer
When you come to the point that you believe you, at last, understand God, you must know that the ‘god’ you think you understand, is a construction of your imagination.
Dementia is a very trying condition, especially for those caring for a family member suffering from the disease. We look at the impact of this disease, and how we can pray for sufferers and their families.
Jesus was so clear about believers ministering to the poor and those in prison. It is not possible for everyone to be personally involved in prison ministry, but we can pray!
Praise God that through technology it is possible to build a virtual prayer wall – praying for His kingdom to come on earth as it is in heaven, so that He may be glorified!
Reading God’s Word is one of the sure ways to draw closer to Him and to hear Him speak to you, personally.
Without the power of the Holy Spirit, believers cannot live in victory and do the work God has given to us. We receive the power and fullness of the Holy Spirit by praying and asking God for it.
The individuals in essential law enforcement services need our ongoing prayers and support to enable them to execute their duties effectively and safely.
Jesus taught us to pray for the hallowing of God’s name in all the earth (Matthew 6:9). For the hallowing of God’s name as King of the nations, Lord of the peoples, Saviour of sinners, Defender of his people, Provider for the poor, Father to the fatherless, and Deliverer of the oppressed. Let us pray accordingly.
Before the storms of suffering blow against a person’s soul, we should try to put five foundation stones under their faith.
At least 1.3 billion people do not have the full Bible available in their first language. Much prayer is needed for the work of Bible translation so that all people can have access to God’s Word in their heart language.
The Bible gives many promises to all believers. Here are 20 of those promises that you can pray.
An unmarried woman who receives the news that she is pregnant might feel completely overwhelmed by the choices she needs to make that will ultimately alter her own life, as well as that of her baby. This is often accompanied by shame, fear and a sense of failure.