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Feasting on Thanksgiving

By  Jon Bloom, Desiring God In a week, most of us in the United States will gather as family and friends around a table and share in the…

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The power of family prayer

By the National Day of Prayer Task Force “Dad, I’m so hungry. May I have some bread?” Does that sound like a prayer to you? Or is it…

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Middle East Concern’s update on Iranian Christians

By Faith McDonnell, Juicy Ecumenism blog For your ongoing prayers and intercession for persecuted Christians around the world, we bring you this news from our friends at Middle East Concern (MEC)….

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20 quotes from Tim Keller’s new book on prayer

By Matt Smethurst, The Gospel Coalition The following 20 quotes caught my attention as I read Tim Keller’s fantastic new book, Prayer: Experiencing Awe and Intimacy with God…

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10 questions on prayer with Tim Keller

By Tony Reinke, DesiringGod.org Pastor and author Tim Keller was our guest this week on the Ask Pastor John podcast. Keller has a new book on prayer, releasing…

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Christians urged to gather on International Day of Prayer as persecution reaches unprecedented levels

By Stoyan Zaimov, Christian Post Christians are being urged to come together on the International Day of Prayer for the persecuted church on Sunday, with persecution watchdog group…

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What is International Day of Prayer 2014?

One With Them. The International Day of Prayer for the Persecuted Church (IDOP) is a global day of intercession for persecuted Christians worldwide. Its primary focus is the…

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‘Lord, keep this nation under your care.’ Canadian church leaders urge prayer after Parliament shooting

By Carey Lodge, Christian Today Church leaders have called for prayer following the fatal shooting of a soldier at Canada’s parliament yesterday. “With all Canadians my heart is…

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Keller on quiet times, mysticism and priceless payoff of prayer

By Matt Smethurst, The Gospel Coalition Prayer. Is there anything in the world less glamorous and more important? In his new book, Prayer: Experiencing Awe and Intimacy with…

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How long, O Lord?

By Chelsea Patterson, The Gospel Coalition A broken body. A rebellious sister. An unsaved brother. Disease that has forever changed my family. Daily difficulties of sin nature. Sometimes…

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