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Praying in the midst of a pandemic: The Lord’s Prayer
Reciting a familiar prayer can give a sense of stability and routine in a time when so much is changing.
Prayer Comes First
We need to be careful when saying, “I will pray for you.” It is admirable and good; we just need to be careful that our expressions of our desire do not diminish the place and importance of prayer.
What to Pray for?
Prayer is a conversation with God and an outworking of our relationship with God; this is an opportunity to live out the reality of this relationship. When praying with someone, it also shows your friend—even though you might not have the words to pray—you do have the will to pray, and that’s often the most important thing.
How to Pray
What is Intercessory prayer, and how do we do it? Here are tools for effective intercessory prayer.
Have you ever wondered how you should pray when you’re convicted that you should pray? One tool available is the acronym ACTS. Not only does this acronym help with remembering what to pray for, but it also creates a natural flow of importance for our prayers.
Does God Hate Me?
“Does God hate me?” It’s a soul wrenching question and if you’re asking this question today, you’re probably struggling with overwhelming emotions of grief, pain, guilt, shame, woundedness, or anger. Maybe you’re dealing with a life-changing injury, chronic illness, repeated job loss, the death of a loved one, a wrongful conviction, or a deep sense of unworthiness, depression, or self-hate...
History and Legacy of Our Prayer Ministry
Sharing the long legacy of ReFrame Media’s and Back to God Ministry’s prayer ministry and follow-up care.
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National Human Trafficking Resource Center
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BeFree Human Trafficking Textline
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National Domestic Violence Hotline
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