Don’t Pray Like a Hypocrite

By R. L. Wilson | June 15, 2020

When you pray, you are not to be like the hypocrites; for they love to stand and pray in the synagogues and on the street corners so that they may be seen…

The Dissatisfied Life (Prayer Warrior)

By R. L. Wilson | June 1, 2020

Sunday morning my pastor issued this challenge during his sermon: You know, friends, a life of dissatisfaction is a blessed life. Uh-oh! What did I say? Yes, I said it.…

Why Pray “in Jesus’ Name”

By R. L. Wilson | May 6, 2020

John 14:13a says, “You can ask for anything in my name, and I will do it.” Are we suppose to pray in Jesus Name? Seems like a pretty clear blank…

Praying for Others (Intercessory Prayer)

By R. L. Wilson | March 9, 2020

Every few months I get a message from a friend in India: “This is just a quick note to tell you that your names came up in my prayer diary…

Learning to Pray Using Scripture

By R. L. Wilson | March 9, 2020

Recently I was “assigned” the task of writing one or more articles about prayer. That’s a painful way to discover just how bad your prayer life is! But let me…

Prayers that Pierce the Ceiling

By JA Show Staff | February 18, 2020

If you’re like me, you often have those times when your prayers don’t seem to be going anywhere. You feel like you’re just wasting your time, because it doesn’t seem like anyone (Anyone?) is listening. There may be a relatively “simple” fix to the problem.

Why Believers Still Need to Confess Sin

By Pastor Rik Cramer | June 19, 2019

The Bible is clear that confession is a vital part of our spiritual lives. Psalm 139:23-24 teaches, “Search me, O God, and know my heart; Try me, and know my anxieties; and see if there is any wicked way in me, and lead me in the way everlasting.” How can we include confession in our prayer life?

The Godly Legacy of a Mother

By Dr. Dillon Burroughs | May 9, 2019

TA mother’s legacy impacts lives for generations. Though often unnoticed, the everyday, ordinary actions of moms across the world changes the future in profound ways. Scripture also offers numerous examples…

How Do You Praise God in Your Prayers?

By Pastor Rik Cramer | May 6, 2019

I always start my prayers with praising God! Why do I start this way? Because God is worthy to be praised first and foremost for who He is. He is our Creator, He is love, kindness, and He is salvation for the world! He left His throne in heaven, lived a sinless life, and died a horrific death on the cross for me and for you.

How Can I Pray Without Ceasing?

By Pastor Rik Cramer | April 12, 2019

The Bible says to “pray without ceasing.” How can we pray without stopping? I don’t know about you, but early in my walk with God my question was, “How can I pray for five minutes without stopping?”