Is prayer something that only happens before meals and bedtime? Is it possible that we have shrunk down prayer to little more than a religious duty? Through the Lord’s prayer Jesus unfolds that prayer is not simply a religious duty but a robust, relational delight. Prayer is personal, providential, practical and perspectival.

  • The Lord’s Prayer: Perspectival

    Jon Wolfinger
    January 27th, 2013 — Matthew 6:13

    Join us as we wrap up our series through the Lord’s Prayer looking at how prayer positions us for perspective in facing trials of all kinds and sets o … Continued

  • The Lord’s Prayer: Practical

    Jon Wolfinger
    January 20th, 2013 — Matthew 6:11-12

    Join us as we continue our series through the Lord’s Prayer looking at the practical aspects that Jesus reveals in daily bread and forgiven debts. … Continued

  • The Lord’s Prayer: Providential

    Jon Wolfinger
    January 13th, 2013 — Matthew 6:9-10

    Join us as we continue our series through Matthew 6:5-15 and see that Jesus shows us the providential realities of prayer. It is about His name, His k … Continued

  • The Lords Prayer: Personal

    Jon Wolfinger
    January 6th, 2013 — Matthew 6:5-9

    Join us as we begin our series through Matthew 6:5-15 and see that before anything, prayer is personal. It is a gift from God brought about through th … Continued