I first wrote this blog post in 2013 following the terrible flooding in southern Alberta. But as I looked at it again I thought it was appropriate to share during this COVID-19 pandemic.[Read more…] about How do we pray when disaster strikes
During the last number of days, the discernment that this COVID-19 pandemic has come as no surprise to God has been shared and affirmed multiple times. God is sovereign. He is in control and has permitted this pandemic, at this time, for his purposes. But the question still stands, why now?[Read more…] about Covid-19 and the Spring Feasts
Sometimes our prayers of confession tend to become superficial.[Read more…] about Rend Your Hearts
The Kingdoms in Conflict event was the first teaching and equipping event to happen in the newly restored Log House at the Community of the Cross in Black Mountain, North Carolina. The event focussed on helping congregational leaders understand how spiritual warfare can play a significant role in church conflicts.[Read more…] about Kingdoms in Conflict
“Again, truly I tell you that if two of you on earth agree about anything they ask for, it will be done for them by my Father in heaven. For where two or three gather in my name, there am I with them.” Matthew 18:19–20
Praying together in corporate prayer should be an important part of our prayer lives. As God’s Word shows, when we pray in agreement our prayers become powerful.
But how do we pray in agreement?[Read more…] about Building in Prayer
The Jerusalem Prayer Endeavour took place February 4-12, 2020. This year a smaller team went, which changed the dynamic of the trip. Instead of taking tour busses to move us from place to place, we chose to use public transit, and by divine appointment ended up with a believing taxi driver who transported us to various locations.[Read more…] about Jerusalem Prayer Endeavour