This week, we discuss one of the primary things we do in prayer – giving thanks. How does thanksgiving change our posture toward God? Does God demand thanks from us? What is the function of giving thanks to God in prayer? Join us and keep the discussion going!
We continue our Lenten series discussing prayer, this time focusing on petition. Asking things of God is often seen as the primary purpose of prayer itself, but is it? What do we expect when we ask God for things? What is an appropriate “ask”? We discuss these things and more.
As we continue our discussion on prayer, this week we address “lamentation.” Why is it so important to make space for lament in the prayer life of the church? What does lament look like, and how does it happen in the life of the body of Christ?
Continuing our Lenten discussion series on prayer, this week we talk about “intercession.” Why do we pray for and with one another, and what are we doing when we do it?
Join us as we continue our Lenten discussion series on prayer by talking about Metanoia. This word, often translated as “repentance,” has a more three-dimensional meaning than we commonly hear pronounced. What does it mean to turn one’s mind, one’s way toward God? Join us in discussion: leave us a comment or talk to someone…