Archive for the 'Prayer' Category

Body Language

Sunday, May 4th, 2008

We’re in the midst of a sermon series on prayer, learning about some of the more than 40 ways there are to pray. Within those 40 ways, there’s bound to be a method of prayer that is a perfect match for you.

This sermon’s focus: body prayer. Did you know you can pray without using words? Sound bizarre and impossible?

Listen or watch as we look at three ways to use your body and feelings (rather than your mind and words) to communicate with God.

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Sermon supplement: Experimenting with Body Prayer pdf document

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Words Leap Off the Page

Sunday, April 20th, 2008

Did you know that there are more than 40 ways to pray? If it seems like you’re just wasting your time when you pray, it could be that you’re trying to pray in a way that isn’t right for you.

This week, we’ll look at the ancient practice of lectio divina — praying the scriptures. This prayer method challenges you to engage your heart, not just your head, when reading the Bible. It may be just the thing you need to make a real connection to God.

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Sermon supplement: Experimenting With Praying the Scriptures: Lectio Divina pdf

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Destination Imagination

Sunday, April 13th, 2008

Did you know that there are more than 40 ways to pray? If it seems like you’re just spinning your wheels — or wasting your time — when you pray, it could be that you’re trying to pray in a way that isn’t right for you.

Join us this Sunday as we begin a new, practical series on prayer. One of the many methods of prayer we examine may be just the thing you need to make a real connection to God.

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