Impacting Cities & Communities thru Prayer
A Community of Prayer Champions, Praying Churches, Prayed-for Communities
Let God’s presence refresh you through one-minute devotions on prayer.This book offers 50 devotions with a Bible verse and prayer, all meant to be read in one minute.…Continue
Started this discussion. Last reply by Chris Heinz Dec 18, 2014.
As we go about our work day, we might learn from an uneducated worker named Brother Lawrence. When Brother Lawrence joined a monastery in Paris in the 1600’s, he wasn’t educated enough to become an official clergyman, so he went about serving in the monastery. For the rest of his life, he worked in the kitchen and repaired sandals. But it washow he went about his work that was remarkable.
Posted on April 17, 2015 at 9:25am
I start my work day the same way every day–I pray. And not just any prayer. I pray the same thing every day.
It hasn’t always been like this. Before I would switch on my computer, look at my calendar, check my emails, and do whatever came next. But now I pray to start my day. And I’m so glad I do.
Before I share the prayer, let me mention the difference it’s made for me.…Continue
Posted on February 4, 2015 at 4:53pm
As the VP of Marketing and Company Chaplain for EnergyCAP, Inc., I have an exciting announcement—today we launched a new blog at www.PrayerAtWork.com with weekly emails to encourage you to connect with God at your workplace.
Nowadays, we’re more connected than ever. We don’t have to be in the same office with coworkers or…Continue
Posted on January 20, 2015 at 7:32pm
Yesterday at the grocery store, the woman in front of me was taking a very long time to check out. I looked for a shorter line, but you know how it goes—the longer you’re in one line, the more committed you feel to riding it out. So I did.
Then I got nosy. Why was she taking such a long time? I leaned in while trying to act undercover, and then I realized what the holdup was. Miss Slowpoke was choosing which items to take off her bill. She had gone over her budget.
Posted on January 5, 2015 at 6:46pm