Much of the time we simply don’t believe in the power of prayer or we don’t know how to pray as it seems we say the same things over and over again. If that’s you, I’d highly recommend reading this little book.
I believe that we as protestants need to have a righteous (not self-righteous) response to the calamity befalling Rome.
“One of our greatest problems and deficiencies in prayer is that we begin with our own concerns and our own petitions without regard for our brothers and sisters. Many of us falter in prayer because we begin with the wrong word: I instead of our.”
H. B. Charles, Jr. wrote this short blog that is so good and so true based on the last part … More
Did you know that the War for Independence was part of a larger global war? According to a new book … More
It is foolish to think that we, as Christians, can survive without each other. We need each other. Not in some trite way or as some cliché, but in a survival way. We must be connected.