Resources by Topic: Prayer

Yaya's Prayers

Yaya's Prayers

You may not know when or how God will answer your prayers, but don’t stop praying. Generations to come will be blessed. Read or Listen →

The Lord's Prayer, Day 39

The Lord's Prayer, Day 39

Amen. You probably use that word every time you pray out loud. But what does it really mean? Nancy provides an explanation on today’s program. Read or Listen →

The Lord's Prayer, Day 38

The Lord's Prayer, Day 38

Can your child recite the Lord’s Prayer? At what age should you teach it to a child? Nancy shares why this prayer is valuable to children. Read or Listen →

1857 Prayer Revival, Day 2

1857 Prayer Revival, Day 2

It sounds surprising, but in the months leading up to the Civil War, the nation was in the midst of a great revival which spread north and south. Read or Listen →

1857 Prayer Revival, Day 1

1857 Prayer Revival, Day 1

Have you ever felt discouraged at a church service or prayer meeting because so few people showed up? Hear about the 1857 Prayer Revival today. Read or Listen →

The Lord's Prayer, Day 29

The Lord's Prayer, Day 29

Every believer in Christ has been forgiven. That's amazing news! It’s so amazing, in fact, that a lot of people have trouble believing it. Read or Listen →

The Lord's Prayer, Day 26

The Lord's Prayer, Day 26

Condemnation will make you feel separated from God. So what do you do when you sin over and over and feel far away from the One you love? Read or Listen →

The Lord's Prayer, Day 22

The Lord's Prayer, Day 22

The Bible tells about a woman who was scraping the bottom of her flour container. She was in the middle of a famine and had very little to eat. Read or Listen →

The Lord's Prayer, Day 20

The Lord's Prayer, Day 20

One of the writers of Proverbs asked God to give him neither poverty nor riches. That’s hard for us to comprehend in a free market economy. Read or Listen →

The Lord's Prayer, Day 19

The Lord's Prayer, Day 19

"God is great. God is good. Let us thank Him for our food." If you learned this mealtime prayer as a child, you still know how to finish it. Read or Listen →

The Lord's Prayer, Day 16

The Lord's Prayer, Day 16

When you share Christ with someone and that person is saved, it’s more than just a one-time decision. It’s the entrance into a lifestyle. Read or Listen →

The Lord's Prayer, Day 15

The Lord's Prayer, Day 15

When you start the Lord’s Prayer by saying, "Our Father," it sets the stage for one of the most difficult phrases to pray: "Your will be done." Read or Listen →

The Lord's Prayer, Day 12

The Lord's Prayer, Day 12

How do you fight evil? Do you band together with other believers or perhaps organize petition drives? Nancy presents a much different approach. Read or Listen →

The Lord's Prayer, Day 9

The Lord's Prayer, Day 9

What does "Hallowed be Your name" mean? Nancy explains that the more important question is whether you’re showing the people around you what God is like. Read or Listen →

The Lord’s Prayer, Day 7

The Lord’s Prayer, Day 7

God is in heaven. That’s a basic idea, so why don't we always act like we believe it? Learn how the concept of God ruling in heaven changes our life on earth. Read or Listen →

The Lord's Prayer, Day 5

The Lord's Prayer, Day 5

Could you call the White House and set up a meeting with the President? Probably not. Few people have access to the President. But you can have access to God. Read or Listen →

When Women Pray, Day 3

When Women Pray, Day 3

Prayer can change the situations around you. But when you pray, it also changes you. Learn how your prayers could impact your world, your church, and you. Read or Listen →

When Women Pray, Day 1

When Women Pray, Day 1

A hurting mother had tried everything to get through to her rebellious son. Finally she prayed this, "Lord, do anything it takes to bring my son to Jesus." Read or Listen →

Kindling a Passion for Prayer

Kindling a Passion for Prayer

Imagine spending three days praying for thousands of requests. Ron Kasik found himself taking on this role. Your passion for prayer will grow as you hear Ron. Read or Listen →

An Invitation to Cry Out!

An Invitation to Cry Out!

Nancy says few following Jesus realize the incredible influence they have. Find out how your influence could make a huge difference in a very needy world. Read or Listen →

George Mueller, Day 2

George Mueller, Day 2

One of the great heroes of the faith served over 10,000 orphans in his lifetime. But he wasn’t motivated by guilt or duty. He acted out of joy. Read or Listen →

George Mueller, Day 1

George Mueller, Day 1

Imagine telling your boss that you don’t need a salary—not because you received a big inheritance but that you just decided to trust God to meet your needs. Read or Listen →

Psalm 126, Day 1

Psalm 126, Day 1

Almost everyone has good intentions. We all want to change the world for good, but without God’s help we can do nothing. Read or Listen →

A Clear Conscience, Day 5

A Clear Conscience, Day 5

It’s not natural to admit you’ve done something wrong. You need the Spirit of God working in you, helping you admit wrong, and making it right. Read or Listen →

My Personal Petitions, Day 8

My Personal Petitions, Day 8

Nancy defines wisdom as the ability to see all of life from a godly perspective and to act accordingly. Doesn’t that sound like something all of us need? Read or Listen →

My Personal Petitions, Day 5

My Personal Petitions, Day 5

You’ll have many opportunities to do boring work no one likes to do. That’s a great opportunity. You’re never more like Jesus when you’re serving others. Read or Listen →

My Personal Petitions, Day 4

My Personal Petitions, Day 4

Humility doesn’t come naturally to anyone. What if this were a year of more of Jesus and less of you? Nancy shows you how to ask for this to come true. Read or Listen →

My Personal Petitions, Day 3

My Personal Petitions, Day 3

How can a believer know that he or she is filled with the Holy Spirit? Nancy discusses knowing when the Spirit is filling you and why it’s so important. Read or Listen →

My Personal Petitions, Day 2

My Personal Petitions, Day 2

Love is talked about a lot more than it’s lived. Nancy will take you to God’s Word to evaluate your heart. Do your actions show that God’s love is filing you? Read or Listen →

My Personal Petitions, Day 1

My Personal Petitions, Day 1

Nancy DeMoss Wolgemuth says if her heart is not set on the Lord, she will quickly drift toward evil. She shows you how to guard your heart day by day. Read or Listen →

Praying for a Rebellious Child

Praying for a Rebellious Child

Angela Yuan’s son was a drug dealer who was active in the homosexual community. So she began to pray—year after year. Be encouraged to pray for prodigals. Read or Listen →

The Prayer Life of Christ

The Prayer Life of Christ

If you study the life of Jesus, you may be surprised at how often He prayed. Find out all you can learn about prayer from the life of Jesus. Read or Listen →

Amen!

Amen!

Amen. You probably use that word every time you pray out loud. But what does it really mean? Nancy provides an explanation on today’s program. Read or Listen →

Forever

Forever

If you think about the concept of "forever" for very long, your brain will start to hurt. Read or Listen →

To God Be the Glory

To God Be the Glory

Pride is subtle and destructive. The most respectable-looking person may be racked with it. But what exactly is pride? Read or Listen →

Thine Is the Kingdom

Thine Is the Kingdom

In control. Does that describe you? Nancy explains the dangers of trying to be in control when that’s really someone else’s job. Read or Listen →

True Power

True Power

Pay your gas or electric bill and you’ll understand how valuable power is. Nancy tells about someone who has all the power He needs. Read or Listen →

Pray or Fall Prey

Pray or Fall Prey

You have an enemy. This enemy is more dangerous than any terrorist or criminal. You don’t have to be afraid, but you do need to pray. Read or Listen →

Away from Temptation

Away from Temptation

Does God ever tempt you? If not, why would Jesus bother to include the line "Lead us not into temptation" in the Lord’s Prayer? Read or Listen →

Can Forgiveness Be Real?

Can Forgiveness Be Real?

Every believer in Christ has been forgiven. That's amazing news! It’s so amazing, in fact, that a lot of people have trouble believing it. Read or Listen →

As We Forgive

As We Forgive

If you don’t forgive other people, you may have trouble accepting God’s forgiveness for your sin. Read or Listen →

Debt Free

Debt Free

Debt is serious. When you can’t pay it back, drastic measures can be taken, such as a home foreclosure. Read or Listen →

Prayer for Our Nation

Prayer for Our Nation

As important as the U.S. election is, we know that true change in our communities and our nation happens from the inside out. Read or Listen →

God's Recipe

God's Recipe

The Bible tells about a woman who was scraping the bottom of her flour container. She was in the middle of a famine and had very little to eat. Read or Listen →

Daily Bread

Daily Bread

God fed the prophet Elijah in the wilderness, using birds to carry bread and meat. Could He do that today? Read or Listen →

Give Us This Day

Give Us This Day

One of the writers of Proverbs asked God to give him neither poverty nor riches. That’s hard for us to comprehend in a free market economy. Read or Listen →

Ask Your Father

Ask Your Father

"God is great. God is good. Let us thank Him for our food." If you learned this mealtime prayer as a child, you still know how to finish it. Read or Listen →

As It Is in Heaven

As It Is in Heaven

When you share Christ with someone and that person is saved, it’s more than just a one-time decision. It’s the entrance into a lifestyle. Read or Listen →

Thy Will

Thy Will

When you start the Lord’s Prayer by saying, "Our Father," it sets the stage for one of the most difficult phrases to pray: "Your will be done." Read or Listen →

A Lifestyle of Prayer

A Lifestyle of Prayer

Jesus talks about getting away to an inner room to pray. What should a busy mom do when she never seems to be able to be alone? Read or Listen →

Submitting to God's Reign

Submitting to God's Reign

How do you fight evil? Do you band together with other believers or perhaps organize petition drives? Nancy presents a much different approach. Read or Listen →

How to Hallow God's Name

How to Hallow God's Name

What does "Hallowed be Your name" mean? Nancy explains that the more important question is whether you’re showing the people around you what God is like. Read or Listen →

Let My Words Be Few

Let My Words Be Few

God is in heaven. That’s a basic idea, so why don't we always act like we believe it? Learn how the concept of God ruling in heaven changes our life on earth. Read or Listen →

Our Mother?

Our Mother?

When helping women who have been abused by their fathers, some ministries encourage praying to God as "Mother." Is this wise? Is it biblical? Read or Listen →

Access to Your Father

Access to Your Father

Could you call the White House and set up a meeting with the President? Probably not. Few people have access to the President. But you can have access to God. Read or Listen →

Our Father

Our Father

In school you probably learned that every letter you write should have a greeting ("Dear So-and-so"). Read or Listen →

Everybody Can Pray

Everybody Can Pray

Do you ever feel that your prayers are inadequate? Nancy offers encouragement and helps you find out why prayer is more about the heart. Read or Listen →

Revive Your Work

Revive Your Work

Do your prayers to God ever resemble a grocery list where you ask God for one thing after another? Learn what your prayers should really look like. Read or Listen →

Handling Unanswered Prayer

Handling Unanswered Prayer

Unanswered prayers can be puzzling, frustrating, and challenging. You’ll get some needed perspective on living with unresolved issues on today's program. Read or Listen →

The Labor Pains of Prayer

The Labor Pains of Prayer

There are few things more painful for a parent than watching their children reject their faith. Pastor Jim Cymbala knows this pain firsthand. Read or Listen →

The Safety Net

The Safety Net

Four friends once carried a bed to the top of a house. That action has a lot to teach us about prayer. Find out why when guest Fern Nichols joins ROH. Read or Listen →

A Means of Grace

A Means of Grace

Moms are busy handling one of the most challenging jobs around. It’s easy for them to think of prayer as just another task on the list. Read or Listen →

A Mighty Army of Moms

A Mighty Army of Moms

If you are a mom, you are no doubt so busy that it’s hard for you to be consistent in prayer. But praying for your children is most important. Read or Listen →

In the Presence of the Lord

In the Presence of the Lord

When you’re with someone a long time, you start to learn their mannerisms and take on their characteristics. Are you spending enough time with God? Read or Listen →

Revival and Holiness

Revival and Holiness

When’s the last time you prayed that our nation would grow in holiness? If it’s been awhile, pray with a special group of people. Read or Listen →

Humble Prayer

Humble Prayer

Is pride standing in the way of a good prayer life? Nancy helps you understand the concept of humble prayer as she concludes a study of humity. Read or Listen →

Praying for Revival

Praying for Revival

Does praying for revival sound a bit cliché or boring to you? Today, Nancy reveals just how exciting that endeavor can actually be. Read or Listen →

Just Wait

Just Wait

Our culture shouts to us that only status and position really count, but the Bible tells us something different! Read or Listen →

Holding Him Up

Holding Him Up

Can you imagine praying for your pastor for an hour everyday? On today's <i>Revive Our Hearts</i> you’ll get to know a man who actually does. Read or Listen →

Joy in God

Joy in God

Nancy Leigh DeMoss tells the story of a man who helped thousands of children. A hero of the faith to be sure--George Mueller. Read or Listen →

A Life of Faith

A Life of Faith

George Mueller meant it literally when he prayed, "Give us our daily bread!" In his lifetime he took care of 10,000 orphans. Read or Listen →

The Primary Object

The Primary Object

If you’re struggling to feed your family and meet their needs—you’re not alone! Nancy tells the story of George Mueller. Read or Listen →

A Life of Trust

A Life of Trust

Can you imagine telling your employer, "I don’t need a salary any more—I’m just trusting the Lord?" Read or Listen →

Racing to the Scene

Racing to the Scene

Emergency workers are quick to spring into action, but they have to be called first! God is wiser and more powerful than any firefighter. Read or Listen →

Prayer for Our Nation

Prayer for Our Nation

Prayer is powerful and with that in mind, Nancy has asked prominent Christians to pray for our nation at this time of confusion and uncertainty. Read or Listen →

It's Time to Pray, Day 14

The United States is curious: Many place a high value on obtaining money, but we are also a nation known for generosity. …

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Silencing the Noise

Is your prayer life all talking and no listening? Quietly waiting on God is a discipline worth cultivating, one that requires we silence the noise around us. …

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A Prayer from a Mom for Moms

Mothers of all stages and ages need our prayers whether they have biological, adopted, or spiritual children. Let’s take time to unite our hearts for God’s grand plan of motherhood entrusted to women. …

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Five More Prayer Blockers

Yesterday, we examined three areas that Scripture warns can clog up our prayer lives. Today, let’s take a closer look at five more “prayer blockers.” …

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In the Gap with God

Has God ever asked you to do something you thought impossible? Invited you to step into that gap that lies between your natural abilities and His assignment? …

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In the Throne Room

. . . The four creatures who surround God’s throne and the twenty-four elders seated on thrones whisper, “Is that ALL she’s going to ask?!” …

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Keep Praying, Moms!

What would it be like to raise a child to know God's truth and then watch her choose rebellion? Would I persevere to keep praying? …

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Me . . . Pray With Others?

I’ve never been big on corporate prayer. But then I started studying what God’s Word says about the power of praying together. His truth has revolutionized my thinking. …

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Prayer Stroke

I've walked with the Lord for over thirty-five years, but there are still seasons when my prayers resemble the garbled words of a stroke victim. …

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7 Practical Prayer Tips

Prayer allows us to settle in for an intimate conversation with the Lord, but it’s something with which most of us struggle. Here are seven practical, helpful tips for your prayer life. …

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Oh! How to Cry Out with Passion, Power, ...

As founder and leader of the OneCry movement, Byron will share a biblical prayer pattern that will bring fresh enthusiasm and hope to your prayer life. And we will actually pray it together as our OneCry to the Lord!

Byron Paulus Byron Paulus As founder and leader of the OneCry movement, Byron will share a biblical prayer pattern that will bring fresh enthusiasm and hope to your prayer life.  Continue Reading →

Advancing a Culture of Prayer in Your Church

This session will address the differences between a prayer program and a prayer culture. We'll focus on the role every woman can fulfill in advancing a prayer culture, supporting the leadership in the church, and engaging in effective prayer.

Daniel Henderson Daniel Henderson This session will address the differences between a prayer program and a prayer culture.  Continue Reading →

Prayer: A Lasting Legacy

What impact will your life have on future generations? The legacy of prayer is of higher value than stock portfolios, properties, money, or heirlooms. Join us in learning prayer principles that will change your prayer life and ignite you to pray with confidence for your children and grandchildren. Invest in eternity—leave a legacy of prayer.

Fern Nichols Fern Nichols Join us in learning prayer principles that will change your prayer life and ignite you to pray with confidence for your children and grandchildren.  Continue Reading →

Prayer: A Lasting Legacy

What impact will your life have on future generations? The legacy of prayer is of higher value than stock portfolios, properties, money, or heirlooms. Join us in learning prayer principles that will change your prayer life and ignite you to pray with confidence for your children and grandchildren. Invest in eternity—leave a legacy of prayer.

Fern Nichols Fern Nichols Join us in learning prayer principles that will change your prayer life and ignite you to pray with confidence for your children and grandchildren.  Continue Reading →

Prayer: A Lasting Legacy

What impact will your life have on future generations? The legacy of prayer is of higher value than stock portfolios, properties, money, or heirlooms. Join us in learning prayer principles that will change your prayer life and ignite you to pray with confidence for your children and grandchildren. Invest in eternity—leave a legacy of prayer.

Fern Nichols Fern Nichols Join us in learning prayer principles that will change your prayer life and ignite you to pray with confidence for your children and grandchildren.  Continue Reading →

Prayer: A Lasting Legacy

What impact will your life have on future generations? Learn principles that will change your prayer life and ignite you to pray with confidence for your children and grandchildren.

Fern Nichols Fern Nichols What impact will your life have on future generations? Learn principles that will change your prayer life and ignite you to pray for your children.  Continue Reading →

Opening Prayer

True Woman '14 began with this powerful opening sets of prayers.

Lauren Chandler Lauren Chandler Susan Hunt Susan Hunt Mary Kassian Mary Kassian Jani Ortlund Jani Ortlund Janet  Parshall Janet Parshall Kimberly Wagner Kimberly Wagner Leslie Bennett Leslie Bennett True Woman '14 began with this powerful opening sets of prayers.  Continue Reading →

The Pattern of Prayer

Janet Parshall walks through the pattern of prayer laid out in Luke chapter 18. Learn about consistent, insistent, and persistent prayer.

Janet  Parshall Janet Parshall Janet Parshall walks through the pattern of prayer laid out in Luke chapter 18. Learn about consistent, insistent, and persistent prayer.  Continue Reading →

Preparing to Cry Out

War Room writer and director Stephen Kendrick issues a challenge to make prayer a priority in our lives. As 7,000 women prepare for the Cry Out! prayer event at True Woman ’16, Stephen points to Nehemiah’s example for preparing our hearts to pray. . . and shares how our prayers can be a powerful force in changing our families and ...

Stephen Kendrick Stephen Kendrick Stephen Kendrick walks them through the 7 evidences of true salvation in the book of 1 John and asks the question, “Do you know Jesus, and does He know you?”  Continue Reading →

We Know How His Story Ends (Spoken Word ...

It will be revealed that God was answering all the saints’ prayers. Not one of them ended up in heaven’s lost and found. We all know, God loses nothing.

Blair Linne Blair Linne It will be revealed that God was answering all the saints’ prayers. Not one of them ended up in heaven’s lost and found. We all know, God loses nothing.  Continue Reading →

Praying for the Nation

Historically, in times of crisis, Americans have again and again gone to the Lord in prayer. In this closing message from True Woman ’16, Dave Butts, President of Harvest Prayer Ministries, shares principles from Isaiah 37 for praying for our nation.

Dave Butts Dave Butts Dave Butts, President of Harvest Prayer Ministries, shares principles from Isaiah 37 for praying for our nation.  Continue Reading →

Cry Out! Simulcast: A Nationwide Prayer Event for ...

Friday, September 23 a group of over 100,000 women from around the world cried out to God to revive His people and bring about spiritual awakening in our nation and our world. Click here to download the video: Hour 1 Hour 2 Hour 3

Kay Arthur Kay Arthur Bob Bakke Bob Bakke Josh Davis Josh Davis Tony Evans Tony Evans Keith & Kristyn Getty Keith & Kristyn Getty Marlae Gritter Marlae Gritter Mary Kassian Mary Kassian Stephen Kendrick Stephen Kendrick Blair Linne Blair Linne Penny Nance Penny Nance Trillia Newbell Trillia Newbell Jani Ortlund Jani Ortlund Janet  Parshall Janet Parshall Joni Eareckson Tada Joni Eareckson Tada Nancy DeMoss Wolgemuth Nancy DeMoss Wolgemuth Robert  Wolgemuth Robert Wolgemuth September 23 a group of over 100,000 women from around the world cried out to God to revive His people and bring about spiritual awakening in our world.  Continue Reading →

A Powerful Vision for Praying Women (Video)

Co-founder of Cru and a spiritual mother to Nancy DeMoss Wolgemuth, Vonette Bright (1926–2015) believed in the power of prayer and the unique influence of women. “Women largely hold the key to the moral factors of a nation. . . . I believe that women can make a change, and our greatest source for change is prayer. I’ve had a ...

Revive Our Hearts Revive Our Hearts Vonette Bright, co-founder of Cru and a spiritual mother to Nancy, believed in the power of prayer and the unique influence of women.  Continue Reading →

The Mighty Influence of a Praying Mom: Rhonwyn ...

Rhonwyn Kendrick is a praying mom and grandmother—and she’s seen the indescribable power of prayer firsthand. Watch Rhonwyn and her son, Stephen Kendrick, share stories of God’s faithfulness and power to answer when we call out to Him. We may never fully know or see the lasting impact upon future generations of a mom who values fervent prayer and who ...

Revive Our Hearts Revive Our Hearts We may never fully know or see the lasting impact upon future generations of a mom who values fervent prayer and who loves the Father to whom she prays!  Continue Reading →