Use Scripture to teach kids to pray and strengthen your own relationship with God through prayer.
It is essential that as we teach our children the importance of service, it is done by prayerfully and intentionally pointing them back to the ultimate Servant, Jesus Christ.
The child of God can claim all the resources of Heaven in his warfare against sin and in his effort to save sinners and build up the kingdom of God.
Prayer accomplishes what the enemy wants to destroy. It draws us closer to God, prevents sin, and enables success in ministry.
Here are four things about prayer to keep in mind as you serve in ministry.
Last week Megan shared about the power of prayer that will change your ministry, daily life, and walk with Jesus. Read part two to learn how to cultivate regular prayer and experience the fruit of knowing and talking with Jesus daily.
With all the demands of daily life, work, and ministry, have you ever wondered how to accomplish the seemingly impossible list of to-do’s? Beyond that, do you wonder if the work you’re doing is even making a difference in the long haul? Here’s what one believer has to say about the power of prayer that will change your ministry, daily life, and walk with Jesus.
Last week, New Tribes Mission Mobilizer Josh Beaudin posted on the role of children in God’s plan to make disciples of all nations. Read part two of his article to hear about the impact of prayer in missions today, and learn three ways to engage children in the Great Commission.
Have you ever wondered if God has a “weakness”? I know, I know—this may seem like a ridiculous question. But have you ever wondered if there is anything God can not do—limitations? For example, we know that He can’t lie. (Hebrews 6:18) How about “bullet-proof prayers”? Have you ever wondered if there are prayers that God cannot say “No” to? Are there requests that we can bring before Him and be sure He will answer with a “Yes”?