A Prayer for Our Cities

By: Cathy Spangler Father, give us eyes to see others as You see them, especially the ones that are different from us with different opinions than us: people we have been ignoring and not “seeing.” Reform and break down our attitudes and the walls we build that devalue human beings that You care for. Help... Continue Reading →

A Call to Pray For Haiti

As regional leaders, we have recently felt a burden to intercede greatly for Haiti. This week we received the following report and prayer requests from the Church of the Nazarene’s leaders there. Haiti and its districts are going through a very complicated time, but now it has grown even more difficult. Insecurity and vandalism are... Continue Reading →

Prayers that Changed the World: The “Serenity Prayer” by Reinhold Niehbur

 By. Lemuel Sandoval Reinhold Niehbur was an American pastor who lived between 1892 and 1971. His Christian convictions led him to participate in sociology and politics. His influence was so widespread that he is considered one of America's greatest political philosophers both inside and outside the church.[1] Yet, perhaps the best-known contribution of his around... Continue Reading →

The One-Hour Prayer Outline

Recently Nazarene Missions International (NMI) of the Mesoamerica Region has distributed the following prayer outline that any believer can use to seek the Lord’s face and intercede for their churches, communities, and the nations. Proclaiming the glory of God in praise and worship. (10 minutes) Lord, you who know our thoughts and our hearts, allow... Continue Reading →

Praying Psalms in the Midst of War

By: Scott Armstrong It’s been hard to pray recently. If you’re like me, I’ve been consumed by the news coming from Russia and Ukraine. My feelings range from shock to grief to anger. Every day I check updates from our friends and fellow Christians in Ukraine and send them words of encouragement.* They are overwhelmed,... Continue Reading →

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