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Teaching Children How to Pray

Parents can employ several different forms or styles of prayer to help their children learn this spiritual practice. Pray at home, pray in the car, before meals, before bed, or any time in between.

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Is There a Right Way to Pray?

However we pray, wherever we pray, and whether we pray out of anger and suffering or joy and thanksgiving, let us remember that God is always listening.

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Praying with Confidence: Where does my help come from?

When we stumble in our personal or spiritual life we “look up” to our helper and pray. Psalm 121 speaks of God as our helper. We can “look up to the hills” with boldness and confidence knowing that God will pick us up when we fall.

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I Stink at Prayer and So Can You

If you lack discipline, consistency, and focus in prayer, you are not alone. And take heart, God is for you. We can’t pray enough to earn God’s love, but God blesses us as we grow in our spiritual disciplines.

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Praying Through Scripture

Scripture helps us see our situation from God’s perspective. Praying through Scripture can give us words to pray when situations and people weigh heavily on our hearts. Consider this brief list of common prayer needs and see how Scripture can guide your prayers.

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Ways to Pray: Prayer Circles

The moments spent in prayer with God can calm anxiety and give energy to tackle the day’s stress. A visual tool, Prayer Circles, is helpful as you pray for yourself, your community, and the world.

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Ways to Pray: Alphabet Prayer

It is easy to thank God for his many gifts and blessings, but what should we do when we feel stuck on how to create a thoughtful prayer?

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Ways to Pray: Listening Prayer

Listening Prayer is simple, but takes some practice. God invites us to spend time in his presence, just quietly listening. Here are some suggestions to help you get started with Listening Prayer.

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Welcome to the Prayer Team

God works through the prayers of his people, and even if we don’t know quite what to pray—for ourselves, for our loved ones, or for the individuals who are on the prayer list—there are always ways to pray in accordance with the will of the Father.

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Ways to Pray: Five Essential Elements of Prayer. Prayer Hand.

Looking for ways to pray? There are numerous strategies, routines, and practices to help guide you in prayer. Why not let the five fingers on your hand help you remember five essential elements of prayer.

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Ways to Pray: Prayer of Examen

“I know why I should pray, but sometimes I just don’t know how to pray.” There are many ways to pray, to enter into a conversation with God, the Prayer of Examen uses prayer to slow down and savor God’s presence.

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Praying Through the Lens of Scripture

When God tells us “no” or “wait,” we might feel like he has abandoned us. Praying through the lens of Scripture, we see how the Bible assures us that God loves us and knows what is best for us.

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Ways to Pray: Lectio Divina

Lectio Divina is a tool helpful to cultivate a deeper, reflective emphasis on pairing prayer and God’s Word together.

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Ways to Pray: Breath Prayer

The ancient Christian practice of breath prayer is a way to enter into a conversation with God in simple and repeatable phrases that can be said in one breath.

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Praying in the midst of a pandemic: The Lord’s Prayer

Reciting a familiar prayer can give a sense of stability and routine in a time when so much is changing.

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Prayer Comes First

We need to be careful when saying, “I will pray for you.” It is admirable and good; we just need to be careful that our expressions of our desire do not diminish the place and importance of prayer.

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What to Pray for?

Prayer is a conversation with God and an outworking of our relationship with God; this is an opportunity to live out the reality of this relationship. When praying with someone, it also shows your friend—even though you might not have the words to pray—you do have the will to pray, and that’s often the most important thing.

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How to Pray: What is Intercessory Prayer?

What is Intercessory prayer, and how do we do it? Here are tools for effective intercessory prayer.

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Ways to Pray: ACTS Prayer

Ever feel like your prayers wander around? Or do you lose focus in prayer? There are many ways to pray. One tool available is the acronym ACTS: Adoration, Confession, Thanksgiving, and Supplication. Not only does this acronym help with remembering what to pray for, but it also creates a natural flow of importance for our prayers.

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History and Legacy of Our Prayer Ministry

Sharing the long legacy of ReFrame Media’s and Back to God Ministry’s prayer ministry and follow-up care.

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Hotlines & Community Resources

United Way "211"

United Way's "211" connects millions of people to help every year. You can call 211 to reach trained professionals for emergency assistance, disaster relief, immigrant assistance, Coronavirus resources, and more.

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Substance Abuse and Mental Health Helpline

Confidential help, information, and treatment referral are available 24/7, by calling the National SAMHSA helpline: 1-800-662-HELP

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National Human Trafficking Resource Center

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National Domestic Violence Hotline

The National Domestic Violence Hotline can help victims and survivors of domestic violence. Advocates are available by phone, or via chat on the website. (TTY service is available at 1−800−787−3224.)

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