Surrendered Prayer (Teach Us To Pray #2)

Your understanding of who God is affects your prayers. Whether you see God as demanding, loving, distant, or something else, it will affect how you approach Him and talk to Him.

This is why Jesus begins His teaching on prayer in Matthew 6:9-10 with defining who God is. And when you learn what Jesus teaches, your prayers will possibly be very different – and more meaningful.

The Secret to Prayer (Teach Us To Pray #1)

We all want to know “the secret.” Whether it’s the secret to a happy marriage, how to make a lot of money, or how to advance in a career, we want to know the one magic bullet that will bring us success.

In Matthew 6:5-8, Jesus teaches “the secret” to prayer. So if you have ever desired to have a robust prayer life, listen in to this first message in the Teach Us To Pray series.

Lord, Send Me (Dangerous Prayers #3)

Just as the decorations at a party can serve as clues as to what type of party you are at, the Bible is filled with clues that God has established a theme in life of sending people to bless others.

In this final message in the Dangerous Prayers series, Pastor Erin Bird shows us God’s sending theme by taking us through multiple passages of the Scripture, inspiring Jesus-followers to pray “Lord, Send Me.”

Are you ready surrender everything to God and let Him send you to bless others?

Lord, Break Me (Dangerous Prayers #2)

If you’ve ever been lost, whether while hiking or driving, you know that sometimes in order to go forward, you have to first go back.

In our spiritual lives, sometimes in order to go forward in our faith, we need to go back in a sense, to allow God to break us, to remove some things in our lives, such as selfishness or sinful patterns, so that He can mold and shape us into who He sees us to be.

In this second part of our “Dangerous Prayers” series, Pastor Erin Bird shares through Jeremiah 18:1-6 as well as through his own life story, how painful the breaking process can be, but also how necessary it can be. If you are the type of person who wants to follow Jesus closely, listen in to “Lord, Break Me.”

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