Some Changes to the Prayer Guide
Over the next couple of months we're going to be experimenting with some changes to the prayer guide. Our goal is to help you to engage in prayer more consistently and in ways you might not have experienced before. For our next sermon series we're going to try connecting the prayer guide to the Sunday topics, but for this week we are going to suggest several apps that feature creative ways to pray.
There is no limit to the opportunities we can participate in through prayer. Some of these apps may be just what you've been looking for and some may not connect with you at all. No worries! Take what you like and leave the rest. Feel free to explore which of these apps invite you into a deeper relationship with God. We begin with one of our favorites.
This app is beautifully designed to help you pray morning and evening prayers every day. Morning prayers are devotionals written in the format of P.R.A.Y. Pausing, Rejoicing, Asking and Yielding through prayer. Night prayers help you process your day with God and prepare you to sleep by reflecting, rejoicing, repenting and resting.
This app was developed by the 24-7 international, interdenominational prayer movement that began twenty years ago. This is a movement of non-stop prayer, mission and justice, equipping and enabling individuals and communities all over the world.
If you enjoy this app be sure to check out their website at prayercourse.org. It offers two video courses on prayer which we highly recommend plus over 30 ways to pray in the tab under 'toolshed'.
- How to P.R.A.Y.
- Unanswered Prayer
Click here to access the website: The Prayer Course.