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A two-way connection and interaction between us and God. Prayer helps us understand where God is working and how we can come alongside him in his work.

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Why Did Early Christians Emphasize Church as Family?

Why Did Early Christians Emphasize Church as Family?

Spiritual formation happens best with others, and family is the best example of Christian community
Why I Love a Good Mystery

Why I Love a Good Mystery Subscriber access only

More than just a great literary genre, mysteries help us solve life’s deeper questions of faith.
Pizza Crust Is Not My Friend

Pizza Crust Is Not My Friend

Quick fixes, prayer, and learning to be still
God's Big Answers

God's Big Answers Subscriber access only

In the face of my son's painful crisis, I realized how diminished my view of God had become.
Hearing God's Voice 101

Hearing God's Voice 101

Back to the basics: 5 reasons why you should engross yourself in God's Word

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Our editors have compiled the best on Prayer topics from the archives. Here you'll find fresh, relevant, and honest articles that makes Today's Christian Woman a mentor to thousands of women.

Prayers That Move the Heart of God Subscriber access only

How to cultivate a meaningful conversation with the Lord.
Why This?
Author Nancy Guthrie helps us transform shallow, self-seeking prayers into powerful prayers that foster trust and intimacy with God.

Poo-Poo Prayers

How random, stream-of-consciousness prayers give focus to bigger needs
Why This?
Unfocused, meandering prayer can lead to something sweet: real, honest conversation with Jesus.
Following God's Lead in Our Prayers

Following God's Lead in Our Prayers

Praying for others taught me a lesson about my own life.
Why This?
God can use our prayers for others to challenge our own faith and equip us for ministry.
Me Time

Me Time

Praying for others is necessary, but so is praying for yourself.
Why This?
God doesn't call us just to pray for others. Scripture invites us to pray honestly about our own needs, feelings, and questions.
I Was a Failure at Prayer

I Was a Failure at Prayer

And what I learned because of it
Why This?
Prayer can be hard! Author Patty Kirk shares how her own struggles with prayer helped her learn more about God's faithful presence.

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Spiritual Formation

Spiritual Formation

Focus and refocus your priorities, character, soul, life, and thoughts on discovering the heart of God and then pursue his heart with fervor. In this way the Holy Spirit sets to work through us, granting us power and strength to do those things we cannot possibly do in our own power and strength.
Tough Times

Tough Times

When life seems to be unbearable and beyond hope, in his mercy God gives us the strength and endurance to carry on.
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