Messages on Prayer
We wrap up our 2023 series on prayer by looking at Luke 11:5-13 & pondering the question, why are our prayers timid…why do we give up when prayer is our only hope?
We continue our series on prayer by looking at the life of Jacob. Pastor Peter encourages us to “embrace our limp” shedding our self-sufficiency by recognizing our deep dependence on God.
Coulee Rock is a church of prayer. Part of that commitment to prayer includes beginning each year with a series on prayer. This week Pastor Peter begins our series on Prayer by looking at Genesis 4:26, Deuteronomy 4:7 & Revelation 21:1-4 to get an overarching picture of prayer in the Bible.
Pastor Peter concludes our powerful series through the Lord’s Prayer in Matthew 6 by working through how we survive the constant barrage from inside us & outside us trying to lead us into evil & destruction.
Pastor Peter continues our series through the Lord’s prayer in Matthew 6 addressing very challenging questions, how can God possibly forgive me after all I’ve done? & how can I forgive when people have hurt me so deeply?
How do we trust God through real, practical needs that seem more than we can bear? Pastor Peter addresses this question as he continues our series through the Lord’s Prayer in Matthew 6.
Pastor Peter Continues working through The Lord’s prayer in Matthew 6 by wrestling through the question, how do we pray “Your will be done” even when it feels like God’s will is painful & may cost us something?
What does it mean to pray “Your kingdom come” when we personally feel distant from His kingdom & our world feels messed up & upside down & we’re needing hope for renewal / redemption? Pastor Peter continues our series through the Lord’s Prayer to address these very questions.
Pastor Peter continues our powerful series through the Lord’s Prayer. We continue in Matthew 6:9 asking what it means to pray to honor & recognize God’s name as Holy, both in our lives, but also to our friends when it feels awkward as we’re set apart as aliens & strangers.
Pastor Peter begins our series through the Lord’s Prayer by looking at Matthew 6:9 where Jesus instructs His disciples to “pray like this…”