Marching with Your Leaders

I wrote this article years ago and, though it’s not specifically about prayer, has a good lesson in it for intercessors. A situation came up again recently when I was counseling a friend that made me remember this article and think to post it. This principle has inspired me time and time again over the... Continue Reading →

Out of the Prayer Closet, Into the World

A few years ago, a Christian movie called The War Room came out with a great inspiring message about the power of prayer. I’m pretty sure that afterwards, the number of people who made “prayer closets” in their homes skyrocketed! (I heard about quite a few). Prayer—and a quiet place to do it— is powerful... Continue Reading →

Praying from God’s Perspective

The urgent email from my friends was requesting prayer for a trial they were experiencing. “Help!” the message said. “We need relief!” So, I began to intercede—with assumptions. I assumed God wanted to (immediately) relieve my friends of their difficult circumstances. I assumed His will was for their path to be smooth. And I assumed... Continue Reading →

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