Pray because you want to, not because you’ve been told to! About ten years ago, my doctor told me that I had a serious health problem, and that if I didn’t address it, I would be in a wheelchair in a few years. He told me that I needed to change my diet and exercise regularly. At the time, I was feeling very unwell, so I was highly motivated to follow his instructions. I did it because I had to. Within a year, my health problem had cleared up. Then I stopped the exercise. Continue reading “Pray Because You Need To”
Above: Photos of Adul, posted on the Maesai Grace Church Facebook page.
By: Clare Bruce
The dramatic rescue of the ‘Wild Boars’ soccer boys from a flooded cave in Thailand hit close to home for the nation’s Christian community, when they learned that one of the boys is a Christian who attends a local church in Chiang Rai. Continue reading “One of the 13 ‘Wild Boars’ Rescued is a Compassion Sponsored Child”
By: Jennie Scott
I’ve been praying a specific prayer for several years now. Years.
But the answer still remains “no” — or at least, “not yet.” Continue reading “When Someone Else Gets the Answer to Your Prayer”
By: Laura Bennett
Fundamental to our relationship with God, is prayer: a shared conversation between He and us, where we tell Him our desires (read: vent) and He listens, responding with comfort, revelation, and sometimes it seems – silence.
Prayer is a connection to the divine, and a universal way to request help, or offer thanks to ‘the Big Guy’. Continue reading “Is God Answering My Prayers?”