Prayer can be a two-way conversation with God every day of our lives. But maybe you struggle with feeling like you’re just listing complaints, regrets or your wish lists.
The Prayer Starter Kit was created to help you start praying or find a fresh approach to talking with God.
If you find it helpful, why not share it with someone you care about?
What are you doing in your life to develop the simplicity and purity of devotion to Christ?
Prayer is a focus of Carl’s life. He serves as the prayer chaplain at World Headquarters of Cru.
The Holy Spirit prompts each of us in unique ways. His infinite power is unleashed as we come together and agree in prayer with one another!
This article is an unapologetic attempt to motivate... ME! Yes, me. Because if anybody needs help in getting motivated to pray, it’s yours truly.
Here we will look at prayer as the chief way to build a love relationship with God.
Extremely practical how’s and why’s for living out our faith in community.
Ever wonder why you should gather to pray with others? See what the Bible has to say.
This study discusses the importance of persistence and fervency in prayer.
How the gospel brings the possibility of passion and delight in praising and approaching God.
David Platt talks about "the sinner's prayer" and biblical response to the gospel. Is raising your hand and repeating a prayer bad? How do we respond if we don't pray a prayer?
We have this powerful, superior weapon, and yet we don’t always use it.
We are not always going to hear God's voice, but we can learn a few practical things to do when God seems silent.
Using prayer prompts from everyday life can refresh how we pray for our family, our world and ourselves.
Practical, usable information and insight into the waging of a winning warfare.
What to do when God isn’t moving the way you hope or expect.
This year, pray that God would grow your character through the following 12 traits. Pray for a different character trait each month and journal about the changes you see God developing in you throughout the year.
When does a desire for a specific outcome turn into a prayer? What keeps it from remaining a wish left to chance? The Bible has some things to say about this.
Since prayer is our main form of communication with God, prayer itself is the relationship. Here are 4 ways we can look at our relationships with people to learn about our relationship with God.
A new believer’s faith is strengthened when prayer helps his group avoid an encounter with a bear.
“My prayers were full of my worries, my problems, my needs and desires. I was so obsessed with myself I could barely enjoy God and pray for others. It was convicting to say the least.”
Use this resource kit to help guide your fast. Here you’ll find tips, recipes, devotional materials and even a free e-book to help draw you closer to God during your fast.
How you begin and conduct your fast will largely determine your success. By following these seven basic steps to fasting, you will make your time with the Lord more meaningful and spiritually rewarding.
Fasting is the most powerful spiritual discipline of all the Christian disciplines. Through fasting and prayer, the Holy Spirit can transform your life.
There are 5 billion people in the world who don’t know a true follower of Christ. We are trusting God to raise up 10 million Christ-centered multiplying disciples and 5 million new church plants by end of 2020. 10 million disciples and 5 million new churches would mean that everyone would know at least one person who follows Jesus.
There are a lot of people who don’t know Jesus, don’t know the love of God, and don’t have their salvation secured. As followers of Christ called to the Great Commission, that means we have a lot of work to do.
Join us in praying for 10 million, Christ-centered multiplying disciples.
Everyday 300 people are killed for their faith in Jesus. Here are practical suggestions for how you can pray for and support persecuted believers.
Petitionary prayer is too frequently addressed in the wrong way. The problem lies in a misunderstanding of prayer’s nature and our practice will never have great persistence until our outlook has clarity.
©1994-2018 Cru. All Rights Reserved.