Do you ever feel like your prayer life just isn’t where it needs to be? Do you find yourself struggling with what to pray about or even how to pray? So many of us struggle to pray, but it’s one of the most important ways we grow our relationship with God. Join Pastor Aaron Beasley as he shares three ways we can overcome the struggle of a limited prayer life.
David was a man after God's heart. In fact, in Acts 13:22, God says: "I have found David son of Jesse, a man after my own heart." Join us for week 4 as we learn how David held God's word in high regard.
Someone who is spiritual lives off of grace by drawing strength from above. God’s supernatural power is available to us if we just tap into it.
Someone who is spiritual focuses on eternal things. What is unseen is eternal and this will last forever, not just temporarily here on earth. That’s what is most important.
We can access the Kingdom of God right now through reading scripture, spending time in solitude, fasting and being aware of the people in our lives who need Jesus.
Prayer is at the heart of a growing relationship with God. Yet, many of us struggle to pray. Join Pastor Danny as we identity three reasons that taking time to pause helps us to get our minds and our hearts in the right place before we pray.
Believers in Christ have become new people and therefore we must continually die to our sinful nature. We do this by making no provision for our fleshly desires and by adding scripture, solitude and fasting to our lives.