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Finding an Answer to Every Prayer

By Karen Barber | June 10, 2011

How do you pray when you don’t seem to see any results?  When you say your prayers to God, do you wonder if he hears?  Having answered prayer is possible.  You can find an answer to every prayer by looking in the three main categories of prayer answers which are Action Answers, Presence Answers and…

Smart Phone Prayer List

By David Shelton | June 9, 2011

Create a Smart Phone Prayer List by using the “Notes” app like on an iPhone to help you  remember to pray for people who request prayer. How to do this prayer practice: 1.  Unleash the prayer potential of your electronic leash. Have you ever told someone you’d pray for them but then forgotten to pray…

Praying with Your Spouse

By Mary Jane Norris | June 9, 2011

Here are some simple steps to help you get started praying with your spouse.  Praying regularly with your spouse builds more intimate relationships and stronger marriages. How to do this prayer practice: 1. Build your desire. The couples who are successful in making a habit of praying together begin by consciously make it a goal. …

Finding Ideas and Solutions

By Jim Spruell | June 9, 2011

This prayer method helps you find ideas and solutions when you’re solving big problems or doing complex, difficult tasks.  The secret is in creating a daily prayer routine that allows God to work in your mind and spirit throughout the day and night. How to do this prayer practice: 1.  Approach your big tasks with…

Roosevelt’s D-Day Prayer

By barber12@gmail.com | June 1, 2011

President Franklin D Roosevelt’s D-Day prayer is a strong prayer that can be used as a model to ask for God’s help especially on the battlefield.  It was broadcast on June 6, 1944 as Allied troops were locked in heavy combat against great odds.   It is also a good way to commemorate D -Day. Roosevelt’s…

Intercessory Prayer – Praying Your Pain with Christ’s

By Judy Guilfoil | May 6, 2011

Praying with Christ’s sufferings is a prayer method that uses your personal pain and suffering in a redemptive way by offering it to God in prayer, uniting yourself with the sufferings of Christ as you intercede for another person or a world concern. How to do this prayer practice: 1.  Don’t waste even a small…