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We have just uploaded a new podcast called The Mystery of Unanswered Prayer. You might like it because we all wonder why not all our prayers are answered.
National Day of Prayer Posted by Ray Pritchard on Thursday, May 4, 2017 Here’s a brief video update for the National Day of Prayer. “O Lord, hear us . . . forgive us . . . heal our land.”
Next Monday we’re hosting an Election Eve Prayer Time on Facebook Live. We’ll start at 7 PM CT and take a few minutes to pray for the election that takes place the next day. For more information, please watch this five-minute video. Then join us on my Facebook page next Monday at 7 PM CT […]
We all agree the world is in trouble. Our nation is in trouble. What can we do about it? On May 2 I preached a message called The World is Going to Hell at Cannon Beach Conference Center in Cannon Beach, OR. If we take the words of Jesus seriously, there are two things we […]
No one becomes godly by accident. You can grow spiritually in 2016. You can become a better person. You can deepen your walk with God. You can change. You can deepen your faith next year, but you must be intentional about it. Here are ten steps you can take that will help you grow as […]
Dear Praying Friends, Recently we received an email from Steve Finnesy, chaplain and Executive Director of the Tampa Seafarers Center, a ministry serving the sailors who come to the port of Tampa from all over the world. We had sent them copies of An Anchor for the Soul and Steve sent this picture so we […]
Not long ago a distraught mother contacted me about her adult son who is divorcing his wife and has announced to the family that he is gay. This seemed to come out of nowhere. After her initial response to her son was not well-received, she wrote asking for my advice. I pass along my answer […]
8. Florida NextMarch 7, 2015
Dear Praying Friends, We knew we would be busy in the first part of 2015. But there are always a few surprises along the way.First, some happy news. A little over a month ago, our newest grandchild Zoe arrived. She was welcomed by Mark and Vanessa and by her brother Eli and her sister Penny. […]
Dear Praying Friends, Yesterday we received a letter from a prisoner in West Virginia who told us a wonderful story. He had received a copy of An Anchor for the Soul as a reward for completing “Great Truths of the Bible,” a 52-lesson course from Crossroad Bible Institute.First he read the book on his own. […]
Dear Praying Friends, This is a big day for our family and the beginning of a busy season for us. Later this morning Josh and Leah will be commissioned for their upcoming move to China. They have worked long and hard to come to this moment, and we are glad we can share it with […]
“The Christian life is not a playground; it is a battleground.” Warren Wiersbe We’re in a battle every day. If we take seriously Paul’s call to “Put on the whole armor of God” (Ephesians 6:11), then we know that we need to pray. But how should we pray when we go into battle? My friend […]
This morning Marlene gave me my Father’s Day gift, a canvas print of a picture taken last month when Josh and Mark, our two oldest sons, graduated from Dallas Seminary. When I posted the picture on Facebook, I captioned it, "Five Pritchard men, three generations, a great day to celebrate.” As I study that picture, it seems to send an important message.
Dear Praying Friends, A few days ago we asked you to pray for the “Blessing of the Bikes” at Small Point Baptist Church in Phippsburg, ME. Here’s a report on the event from Pastor Dan Coffin:God blessed us again! We had a beautiful day of weather to share this outreach with. By 7:30 am the sound of motorcycles could be...
Reaching bikers in Maine with the Good News!
15. Graduation WeekMay 8, 2014
On Saturday Josh and Mark graduate from Dallas Theological Seminary.
All of heaven is open to hear our prayers.
God is at work in Rochester, New York!
Since the Bible tells to pray for one another, here’s a creative way to do it.
19. To Grow, Go SlowFebruary 24, 2014
After I preached last night, a young man from the Bible Institute said he wanted to ask me some questions.
“What I do have is Jesus."That’s what a prisoner named Zach told us.
Dear Praying Friends, Last night we received an encouraging message from a US Army chaplain:
Perhaps we need to say less and pray more.
“May your children and their children love and serve your God more than you.”
Have you ever been to Wolverhampton? We haven’t either.
Here is Billy Graham’s Prayer for the New Year:
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