Sometimes the hardest thing about starting something new is the fear of doing it wrong. But prayer doesn't need to be intimidating. Here's a Q&A post to help you as you're learning to pray.
If you ever feel like you don't have time/brain-space/energy/room to pray, I can relate. Day job, family life, book launch, church ministry, the days all runs together. But it's in these seasons that we especially need to pray. So in the interest of time, and to be as helpful as possible, here are five tips for when you don't have time to pray.
I love to encourage believers to hear God. A huge part of my testimony is how I spent years in religious experience. I tried to do the things I thought God…
Prayer is one of those Christian words we talk about all the time. You know, like "bible" and "forgiveness". But what does it mean?
I posted an open invitation on social media a few weeks back and LOVE the questions you all provided in comments and direct messages—many of which centered around spending time with God. Today's post is my answer to this great question: What does your prayer life look like on a daily basis? Before I get there though, let's start at the beginning. What's a prayer life?