Praying the Scriptures: Prayers for Teachers

I’m pretty sure that each of us can identify a teacher who has had a significant influence in our lives. Perhaps a schoolteacher or a Sunday School teacher. Maybe a Continue Reading →

Praying the Scriptures: Prayers for Retirement ~ Grace & Truth (Week 46)

Though full-time employment eventually comes to an end, there’s no such thing as retirement when it comes to the Christian life. The Bible is replete with examples of elderly men Continue Reading →

Praying the Scriptures: Prayers for Your Ministry

Here’s a critical truth for Christ-followers: if we’re alive, it’s for the purpose of fruitful labor (Philippians 1:22). In a word, we’re here for work. When we offer Him our five-loaves-and-two-fish Continue Reading →

Praying the Scriptures: Prayers of Surrender

Nothing aligns my heart with God’s like praying the Scriptures. The acts of inhaling His words and exhaling them back to Him remind me that He is worthy of my all. 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 for Parents of Little Ones

Having my first baby was the most earth-shattering event I had ever experienced. My world was rocked like never before. I struggled to cope with the fact that my life Continue Reading →

Praying the Scriptures: Prayers for Your Job

Millions of Christ-followers spend the majority of their waking hours at their place of employment. Many more have other types of fruitful labor, either in addition to or in place 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 →