Please click the link below to listen to a message I delivered at Kingdom Encounters about two years ago on the power of prayer and intercession.
Father, we come to You this day, boldly asking You to do the miraculous in our midst. Lord, as Your disciples and apostles prayed, so we also pray the same: Lord, increase our faith. Forgive us, Lord, for our low expectations. Create in us a hunger for You that won’t be satisfied until we see … More A Heartfelt Prayer
Over time, I have noticed an unhealthy pattern rising in many circles in America. Unfortunately, this pattern has included many Christian circles too. It is a pattern of speaking death and curses over the nation and its states and cities. Sure, most Christians would never intentionally speak a curse over this nation, but all the … More Something’s Happening…
One of the biggest problems facing the Church today is that it has grown to rely upon programs of man rather than the power of God. We have become far more reliant on our programs and have often belittled the importance of prayer. This is actually very serious and very dangerous because it causes us … More Biblical Problem Solving
I’m going to make a revolutionary proposal: What if we spent less time talking about our problems and more time praying about them? And by praying about them, I don’t mean “gossip-praying” about them; I mean sincerely giving these things to God and laying them at His feet in prayer. I am convinced that if … More Less Talk–More Prayer
In the Christian faith, we come upon a variety of dichotomies with which we wrestle. I have been musing about one particular dichotomy recently. It is the distinction between pressing into God in faith and waiting patiently upon God in faith. On one hand, we are taught to pray without ceasing, to press in for … More Prayer: The Long and Short of It
Anyone can pray, but not anyone can ascend. “What does that mean?” you may ask. Well, as we embark on this study of prayer, it is important to understand that there are different levels of prayer. Picture yourself at the bottom of a mountain. There, you are at “prayer 101.” You are a child of … More Who Will Ascend? A Lifestyle of Prayer: Part 2