Teach Us To Pray

 


Most people pray...or at least they feel they should. But what is prayer, and why do we feel we should pray? There are misconceptions about prayer. How we pray tells us what we believe about God. What can we learn from the prayers we see in the Bible? If God is sovereign and knows everything, why bother praying at all? Join us over the next seven weeks as we answer these questions, and more, in our summer sermon series, Teach Us to Pray.

SERIES OVERVIEW

 

Sunday, June 9

Teach Us To Pray...Your Will Be Done


Sunday, June 16

Teach Us To Pray...In Alignment With God


Sunday, June 23

Teach Us To Pray...When Life Hurts


Sunday, June 30

Teach Us To Pray...Like Jesus


Sunday, July 7

Teach Us To Pray...For One Another


Sunday, July 14

Teach Us To Pray...For The World


Sunday, July 21

Teach Us To Pray...To A Sovereign God

 



Prayer Prompts

Sign up to receive weekly prayer prompts during the Teach Us to Pray series! Text PRAYER to (717) 925-3248 to opt in and receive texts every Wednesday and Friday for the duration of our series.

  

 Additional Resources

On the Pursuing Life podcast, Phil Morrison shares with us what it really means to lament and how this practice can deepen our spiritual lives as we seek to pursue life in Jesus!

Listen Now

During our Seeing God Through The Psalms series a few years ago, Dr. Mark Farnham preached on the topic of lament, specifically in the context of Psalm 88. 

Watch Now

Pick up your copy of the Pattern of Lament and Types of Psalms handouts at the Connection Center this Sunday, or download them below!

Pattern of Lament    Types of Psalms

Book Recommendations

Below are a few recommended books to read as we learn about prayer in this series! You can search for these books in the Calvary Library, on the Libby app, or at your local library or bookstore.


A Praying Life
Paul E. Miller


Prayer
Timothy Keller


Prayer: Does It Make Any Difference?
Philip Yancey


Dark Clouds, Deep Mercy
Mark Vroegop