Jesus’ disciples famously said, “Lord, teach us to pray!”
Prayer is the main mode of connection between God and believer. Yet, it can be the most labored part of our time with the Lord. Even the most mature believers can feel a bit “stale” in their prayer life. Here you’ll find suggestions for entering into a deeper connection with God. If you find yourself in a season of dynamic prayer times and intimate connection with the Lord, you may not be drawn to these activities. If you are looking to try something new in your time with the Lord, you may find something here.
As you try a prayer exercise, please use the comment box to share a response, a “selfie” of you doing the exercise, an invitation or a word you received from the Lord.
What is God like in our grief?
The “G” word. Who’s uncomfortable?
I’ll say it again… “GRIEF”.
In this prayer exercise, we will read Psalm 30. Using the words of the psalmist as a guide, we can remember our grieving, and see how God has met us in our grief. Get your tissues ready: this may be a difficult, but beautiful, ride.
31 Days for the Kingdom: A Devotional with Global Impact
This is a devotional focused on preparing you for impact in your community, your nation, and your world.
Enjoy the daily videos posted here as you work through the 31 chapters.
1 Hour (stay-at-home) Workout
Are you stuck at home because of COVID quarantine? Here is a fresh work out routine that you can do at home with stuff you have around the house.
Each exercise also has a recommended spiritual application. So, check out this exercise today for your spirit, body, and mind.
More Spiritual Formation Resources
We are One Challenge mission workers serving the whole body of Christ by developing a new generation of leaders. The Holy Spirit is always inviting us to know God more and do the work of becoming who God has designed us to be.
These resources include blog posts, original worship music, images accompanied by Scripture, prayer exercises, and much more. Whatever the Lord gives us, we want to offer to you so you can be blessed in your walk with Jesus.