• Part 1: our Father in heaven

    June 20, 2021

    Prayer can be complicated, but Jesus made it simple when he taught his disciples what to say when they pray. The first thing you see in his prayer isn’t what you expect: prayer is more about a relationship than a request.


  • Part 2: Hallowed be your Name

    June 27, 2021

    What’s the first thing you tend to focus on when you pray? Yourself? People you love? The world? Jesus taught that the first thing you should do in prayer is ask God to do something for himself. Join us this weekend as we talk about the meaning of “Hallowed be your name.”


  • Part 3: Your Kingdom Come

    July 4, 2021

    When you pray for God’s kingdom to come, you are not just praying for big and amazing things to happen in the world around you. You are asking for something difficult – perhaps even something painful – to happen within your very own heart.


  • Part 4: Your Will Be Done

    July 11, 2021

    Not all of your prayer requests will be answered how you want. This can leave you feeling frustrated with God and disenchanted with prayer. Jesus taught people to pray in a way that avoids this frustration.


  • Part 5: Daily Bread

    July 18, 2021

    Anxiety is a growing issue that affects more and more people. When Jesus taught people to pray “Give us today our daily bread,” he was not just addressing what’s on the table. He was addressing the very source of the anxiety that many people experience. See how as we get into part 5 of “When You Pray.”


  • Part 6: Not Into Temptation

    July 25, 2021

    Temptation is not something we can totally avoid, but it is something we should be aware of. When Jesus taught people to pray “Lead us not into temptation,” he was reminding them of the importance of having an awareness and a plan to fight against temptation.