Category Archives: Prayer

Talking with My Daddy

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Prayer is as individual as the Christian who prays. Just as my conversation and yours with a mutual friend differs, our conversations with God are unique to us. Read more…

An example of ways to pray

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Bill shared how we at The Seed Company believe prayer is one of the greatest ways you can be involved in God’s kingdom. So here’s one way to Read more…

The Greater Work?

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“Prayer doesn’t fit us for the greater work; prayer is the greater work.” -Oswald Chambers When I first read this quote, it arrested me. I thought, “Really? The Read more…

It’s All Small

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Have you ever wondered why sometimes you’ll make the slightest mention of something, or make a small request of God, and poof, there it is, it’s a done Read more…

Egypt: A Prayer Guide

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As I watch the events in Egypt unfold daily, it quickly becomes apparent that now is a strategic time for prayer. The outcomes of the next few days, Read more…

Are You a Communicator?

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Communicators. We typically apply that tag to people who talk a lot. But think about it — we’re all communicators. In fact, we’re born communicators. I recall the Read more…

Selling a House, or Lessons in Prayer, Part 2

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In Part 1, posted on December 17, I described a yearlong process of praying for my family’s house to sell in North Carolina. I left off with this Read more…

Return Call

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Enoch is a strong, healthy Ugandan man, but he has asthma. He was leading a Bible translation committee meeting at our village home and was complaining of not Read more…

One Bite at a Time!

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It’s the answer to the age-old question “How do you eat an elephant?” and it reflects the overwhelmed feeling many people have when facing an epic challenge (um, Read more…

Why is Prayer so Important to The Seed Company?

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I think that’s a bit like asking why breathing is so important to a marathon runner. Prayer is that essential. Imagine with me. I’m standing at the starting Read more…