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The Trinity isn't a technicality but the central relationship of the Christian faith.
Why are we so uncomfortable with hurting, angry prayers?
What Special Forces chaplains have learned about the ministry of presence.
A visitor to our church had an unwanted guest
When the atmosphere of your group turns toxic, it might be the work of a malevolent spirit.
How one church recognized spiritual warfare and the means God provides for victory.
Whether from the pulpit, or Ground Zero, pastoral prayer changes things
Our editors have compiled our best on Prayer topics from the archives. Here you'll find ground-breaking, honest, wise coverage that sets Leadership Journal apart.
Ed Dobson shares how he and his church responded when he was diagnosed with a terminal disease and how it taught them to depend on God.
Different froms of private prayer can make a difference in public worship.
In this classic article, Jack Hayford outlines why prayer is the most important part of a pastor's preparation for worship.
... deserves thoughtful preparation.
Twelve tips for leading prayer during a service.
Good conversation with God isn't just a series of monologues.
In our western culture, corporate congregational prayer is hardly emphasized. In overlooking this practice, our churches miss an opportunity to establish congregational unity and to fully experience God's promises.
What does the Bible mean by "spiritual warfare"?
John Ortberg writes a compelling overview of the difficult topic of spiritual warfare. His take on the topic is nuanced and wise, accounting for both the reality of evil within us and the kind that comes from the evil one.