Resources by Topic: Prayer

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 →

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 →

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 →

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 →