Why focus on developing the missional practice of prayer? Maybe prayer is about changing us, shaping us, and sending us into our neighborhood and the world.
To what extent do we look to God for guidance in the decisions we are making? To what extent do we simply rely on our own knowledge and understanding?
The All Ontario Youth Convention (AOYC) is looking for your help to bless 1000 youth (and their leaders). We have planned a prayer initiative at the 2019 AOYC and we'd love your involvement!
When prayer moves from "getting God to do the things we think God should do," towards the kind of communication that happens in an intimate relationship, Jesus offers some instructions that can in effect be like zooming out on the GPS.
Prayer is how we commune with God and it plays (or should play!) a huge role in our daily lives and in our relationships with others, as well as our work in His Kingdom. Here at Diaconal Ministries Canada, we want to encourage, equip and empower deacons to make prayer a regular part of their ministry.
Is anyone familiar with the book Ten Prayers God Always Says Yes To written by a Roman Catholic? I'm finding it very interesting and would like to pass on to my children and grandchildren. Any concerns?