Washington pastor Nathan Knight describes ways that pastors can lead their churches to pray for persecuted Christians worldwide -- and how their churches can be enriched in doing so.
Southern Baptist Convention President Ronnie Floyd launches "Join the Movement" to rally Southern Baptists to pray for a Great Awakening in the U.S.
Elizabeth Luter, women's ministry speaker and wife of immediate past Southern Baptist Convention President Fred Luter Jr., challenges pastors' wives and others to find their strength through prayer by leaning on the everlasting arms of the Lord.
Roger S. Oldham, vice president for convention communications with the Southern Baptist Convention's Executive Committee, encourages believers to "pray for the peace of Jerusalem."
Columnist Judy Bates examines reasons why Christians sometimes have "no energy or no excitement about our faith."
Entering freshman journalism student Daniel Woodman recounts his own church's commitment to pray for sister churches in their area and urges other churches to do the same so that "communities will come together spiritually and the Kingdom of God will expand as a result."
On the eve of our 238th anniversary as a free country, we must stop and thank God for all He has done for us. Frank S. Page, president of the Southern Baptist Convention Executive Committee, calls us to pray for our nation this Independence Day.
Former missionary Ralph Tone describes how a one-hour prayer vigil can energize and strengthen the health of a local church, undergirding efforts to impact the community with the Gospel.
Roger S. Oldham, vice president for convention communications and relations with the SBC Executive Committee, asks what would happen if each Southern Baptist church wholeheartedly and intentionally prayed for other Baptist churches in their own communities.
Stirred by a Chinese Christian's comment on the value of persecution, longtime Baptist leader Jimmy Draper asks fellow Christians in America, "Do we continue on our present trajectory of self-absorbed arrogance, confined to our self-contained little worlds and reap the inevitable consequences, or do we humble ourselves and plead with God for revival?"