How one pastor and church were bad at prayer and now can’t stop praying

Prayer sounds simple enough but many Christians often complicate it or hardly engage in it at all. Pete Grieg, author of How to Pray: A Simple Guide for Normal People, explains how he and his church went from "bad at praying" to starting a 24-7 global prayer movement — where prayer hasn’t stopped in the last 20 years.

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  • How forgiveness brought Rwandans together after the genocide

    This year marks the 25th anniversary of the Rwanda genocide. Christian Post reporter Samuel Smith describes the amazing stories of forgiveness he heard and scenes he saw in Rwanda earlier this year. Aimable Nsengiyumva of World Vision also explains how the church and faith helped strengthen and unite the people after the mass killings....

  • 'Unplanned': Doug Johnson details his journey, moment he watched wife realize horror of abortion

    Doug Johnson has stood by his wife Abby's side from her days as a Planned Parenthood clinic director and abortion advocate to the time she did a complete about-face and became an outspoken pro-lifer. With "Unplanned," the story of his wife's journey, now out in theaters, Doug went into detail about his faith, what his thoughts were when his wife was participating in abortion work, and how he supported Abby during her transformation....

  • A deeper look at why many millennials think evangelism is wrong

    Is it wrong to share your beliefs with someone of another faith in hopes that they will become a Christian? Craig Springer of Alpha USA reflects on recent survey findings that show almost half of millennials, more than any other generation, think evangelism is wrong. Why?...

  • What the Bible really says about angels

    Author Michael Heiser explains what the Bible really says about angels, or what he calls God's heavenly hosts. His book aims to help Christians gain a greater understanding of the supernatural, particularly the role of angels....