Prayer Archives - Page 3 of 10 - Seedbed

In a world that is increasingly loud and hard, ministers can lead worship experiences of quiet where we find a soft place to land in the love of God through Christ Jesus. Read more today from Laura Beach on the importance of guided times of lament and grief in worship.

Happy Mother's Day. We thank God for the mothers who gave us life. In today's post, read a prayer for every kind of mother or person affected by motherhood. Also, enjoy the link to a PDF that reflects on the sensitive aspects related to motherhood.

We all know prayer is important, but do we really understand it? David Hull shares three essential truths of prayer that are guaranteed to change the way you view your prayer life.
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The means of grace are discipleship practices that we draw from the biblical witness. Watch this Seven Minute Seminary video as Dr. Andrew C. Thompson explains critical paths to spiritual formation and discipleship.

Epiphany, celebrated by Christians in the West on January 6th, is observed corporately on the Sunday before the actual date. It is the date that commemorates the manifestation of Jesus as the Son of God, marked by the visit of the Magi and in some traditions, Jesus' baptism in the Jordan river.

What is an awakening? An awakening is moving from slumber to newness of life with God. At Seedbed, it's what we're all about. Read today's post by David Thomas, an expert in travailing prayer, to inspire you to engage in the preparatory work of a great awakening.

What is fasting, and why does it matter? Lent is a 40-day period of time when Christians typically fast. Winfield Bevins shares what fasting is, how to do it, and why it matters.

Sabbath prayer is like a tree in winter, resting as it remains planted near streams of living water. Coming out of Sabbath prayer is like a tree in spring, at the weakest point of the branches emerge the miracle of the bud. Laura Beach leads us through a Sabbath prayer.

There are so many graphic images in the media and frightening talk about things happening all around the world. How do we use this age of terrorism as an opportunity to disciple our children? Every family is different. There is no one-size-fits-all response. Your response must be fitting for your family. However, there are ways to talk about terrorism that shed the Light of Christ on the subject. Ellen Martin shares wisdom on how to talk about terrorism from a Christian framework.

Are you a human being, or are you a human doing? What about a human meeting? Duke Walker shares his thoughts on loving and being loved in Christ in the context of community, and how this more accurately reflects the Trinity.

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