Praying the Scriptures: Prayer for Peace

Peace. It’s what we long for perhaps more than anything else. Peace with God. Peace with who we are. Peace in our marriages and in our homes. Peace in our Continue Reading →

Praying the Scriptures: Prayers for Your Pastor ~ Grace & Truth (Week 45)

I’m convinced that one of the most under appreciated groups of people are godly pastors. They give… and give… and give some more. They cry with us. They celebrate with us. Continue Reading →

Praying the Scriptures: Prayers for Teens

I pretty much adore the “tween” in my house. She’s fun and helpful, thoughtful and sensitive. Oh, and she cooks for me almost every day! I’m sometimes struck with painful awareness Continue Reading →

Praying the Scriptures: Prayers of Comfort

As we approach the Christmas season, I marvel anew at the God of the universe taking on a cloak of flesh, the timeless One stepping into time. Perhaps even more, Continue Reading →

Praying the Scriptures in Times of Terror

It happened again. Another terrorist attack occurred over the weekend, leaving France reeling and the rest of the world grieving. The hashtag #prayforparis has been showing up everywhere, and while that’s a good Continue Reading →

Praying the Scriptures: Prayers for Strength in Times of Sickness

Times of sickness are unavoidable in this fallen world. Some illnesses are fairly minor. Viruses and infections, colds and flu, chicken pox and pink eye. Others are much more serious, Continue Reading →

Praying the Scriptures: Prayers for Seasons of Change

On Monday morning, our family woke up just like usual, not having a clue that the number of children in our home would double before the end of the day. Not only Continue Reading →

Praying the Scriptures: Prayers for Singles

Singleness can be an extremely significant, fruitful, and impactful season of life. Even more so when it’s a season lived with a sense of calling and purpose, both of which Continue Reading →

Praying the Scriptures: Prayers for Your Church

Most of us know we should be praying for our churches. But if you’re like me, you haven’t given enough thought to the matter of how you should be praying. It Continue Reading →