A free prayer ebook resource by Emily Vanden Heuvel


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Created by Emily Vanden Heuvel,  one of our pastors!

“I know why I should pray, but sometimes I just don’t know how.”

As ReFrame Ministries’ Prayer Coordinator, these are words I’ve heard often. Have you ever said these words to yourself? I know I have.

Recognizing that prayer can be an intimidating topic for many, our team at ReFrame Ministries has compiled six prayer ideas and strategies into a free ebook guide: “How Do I Pray?” Our hope is that it will help readers reinvigorate their prayer lives, or get started with prayer for the very first time.

You may recognize some of the prayers mentioned in the guide from my past prayer letters. If you don’t need the guide for yourself, would you share it with someone else? Helping others strengthen their faith through prayer is an incredible gift to give. Feel free to send them to this link to sign up, or forward them the ebook download.

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Ash Wednesday marks the beginning of the Lenten season. The aim of Ash Wednesday is threefold: to meditate on our mortality, sinfulness, and need for a savior; to renew our commitment to daily repentance in all of life; and to remember with confidence and gratitude that Jesus has conquered sin and death. Our worship today should be filled with gospel truth because it is a witness to the power and beauty of our union with Christ and to the daily dying and rising with Christ that comes with this unity.

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Ash Wednesday marks the beginning of the Lenten season. The aim of Ash Wednesday is threefold: to meditate on our mortality, sinfulness, and need for a savior; to renew our commitment to daily repentance in all of life; and to remember with confidence and gratitude that Jesus has conquered sin and death. Our worship today should be filled with gospel truth because it is a witness to the power and beauty of our union with Christ and to the daily dying and rising with Christ that comes with this unity.

Photo credit: Ahna Ziegler
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