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Morning Prayer

Liturgical prayer has many virtues: it prevents individuals from becoming cranky and self-centered, by keeping them in touch with the corporate prayer of the Church

Prayer connects us to God.

The more time you spend with God, the more your faith in Him will grow.

Prayer is important because it makes us more like Jesus and because it reveals to us the heart and mind of God.

If you ever get to a place in your life where you feel like something is missing, it’s probably a connection problem: you are disconnected from God and too connected to the world. Prayer and fasting can have a powerful impact on setting your life back on track. Praying because we’re “supposed to” isn’t always enough to motivate us, but the truth is that prayer is much more than a rule. Prayer is important because it makes us more like Jesus and because it reveals to us the heart and mind of God.

Most Common Questions.

Many questions get asked by visitors to church, newcomers to town, and friends and neighbors of our members. Here’s a list of questions that may help you understand what prayer is and why it is so important in the Christian life.

How should we pray?

When we pray, we should ask God to show us what He wants to do rather than telling Him what we think He should do. When we pray this way, we can walk in step with His will for our lives. In this way, God's will can be accomplished on earth.

How can I learn to pray out loud?
How can I keep my mind from wandering when I pray?
How Can I Learn to Pray with My Spouse?
Does God hear our prayers?
What is prayer?
Can we pray any time we want?
Are long prayers better than short prayers?
Why do people kneel when they pray?
Does prayer do anything?
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