Arrow prayers, flash prayers, bullet prayers… and missile prayers, hurry prayers, and microwave prayers. All these are quick prayers said (or thought) at a moment’s notice.
Before Christians go on trips, they often ask for “traveling mercies.” What are these special prayers?
Did you know that there are five distinct meanings of “popcorn prayer”? How many meanings do you know?
Christians have been praying while on the move since Jesus times. But the term itself “prayer-walking” is of more recent origin—no more than 100 years old or so.
We know God answers “knee-mail”… but where did the term “knee-mail” come from?
Before you exercise, you get warmed up. Before you go on a road trip, you get gassed up. Before you take on a spiritual challenge, make sure you’re “fasted up” and “prayed up” too!
“I have an unspoken.” or: “I have an unspoken prayer request.” Does this kind of prayer request get your imagination racing?
It’s a classic line: “We covet your prayers at this time.” But are Christians allowed to covet anything, even prayers? Read on…
I heard this week that two luminaries of the Christian community recently died: Thomas Kinkade and Chuck Colson. In Chuck’s memory, I’m sharing the current definition of prayer breakfast, which features Colson in the quotations for 1973 and 1976. Read on…
Prayer warriors are those stalwart believers who continually “wage war on their knees.”