The condition of a church can be accurately determined by its prayer meetings. Charles Spurgeon called the prayer meeting a “grace-ometer” from which “we may judge of the amount of divine working among a people.” More recently, Vance Havner said that “the thermometer of a church … Continue reading Whatever happened to prayer meetings?
My pastor needs prayer. So does yours. The apostle Paul acknowledged repeatedly that he needed the church to pray for him. He appealed to the Romans: “strive together with me in your prayers to God on my behalf” (Rom. 15:30). … Continue reading 10 ways I’m praying for my pastor
“Your prayers for your children are the greatest legacy you can leave.” Mark Batterson said that in Praying Circles around Your Children. He went on to say: You’ll never be a perfect parent, but you can be a praying parent. … Continue reading 17 things to pray for your children