Pray Every Day Podcast

Ever have days where you try to pray, but the words get tangled in your throat?

Me too.

So I came up with an idea a few years ago that might help. An idea that’s already helped thousands and thousands of people around the world just like you. Just like me.

It’s called, Pray Every Day.

With Pray Every Day, I give you the words and scriptures to pray based on my studies from Genesis to Revelation, as well as my personal joys and sorrows.  It’s easy to get started. Go here to subscribe in itunes or here for Spotify. Every day you’ll get a short audio prayer from me that you can pray along with, or simply listen to.

Why Pray Every Day?

Because as my prayers grew from, “Oh, Jesus, if you really love me you’ll bring me a boyfriend!” in my teen years, to praying for deep healing from childhood sexual abuse and feeling utterly alone during my college years, I’ve seen what prayer can do. For myself, and for others.

He does see you.

He does care for your cares. 

The daily (yes daily!) podcast is short (five minutes) so you can easily infuse your days with hope and the truth that you are not alone. You press play, close your eyes (maybe) soak in the truth of Jesus, and walk away with more hope, more joy, more freedom.

Begin today. Just five minutes. Scripture. Be prayed for. Find the words that lead to life.

Will you join me?

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Psalm 90

6.24

Today’s Scripture:

Lord, you have been our refugea]
in every generation.
Before the mountains were born,
before you gave birth to the earth and the world,
from eternity to eternity, you are God.

You return mankind to the dust,
saying, “Return, descendants of Adam.”
For in your sight a thousand years
are like yesterday that passes by,
like a few hours of the night.
You end their lives;b] they sleep.
They are like grass that grows in the morning—
in the morning it sprouts and grows;
by evening it withers and dries up.

For we are consumed by your anger;
we are terrified by your wrath.
You have set our iniquities before you,
our secret sins in the light of your presence.
For all our days ebb away under your wrath;
we end our years like a sigh.
10 Our lives lastc] seventy years
or, if we are strong, eighty years.
Even the best of them ared] struggle and sorrow;
indeed, they pass quickly and we fly away.
11 Who understands the power of your anger?
Your wrath matches the fear that is due you.
12 Teach us to number our days carefully
so that we may develop wisdom in our hearts.e]

13 Lord—how long?
Turn and have compassion on your servants.
14 Satisfy us in the morning with your faithful love
so that we may shout with joy and be glad all our days.
15 Make us rejoice for as many days as you have humbled us,
for as many years as we have seen adversity.
16 Let your work be seen by your servants,
and your splendor by their children.
17 Let the favor of the Lord our God be on us;
establish for us the work of our hands—
establish the work of our hands!

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June Show Sponsors:

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Northwestern Christian Writers Conference

I’m so excited the Northwestern Christian Writers Conference is joining us this month as a sponsor. If you have a story to tell, but need guidance, you’ll find it at the Northwestern Christian Writers Conference. This year you have the option to attend in person or online.

I’ll be attending this year as a Books & Such Literary Agent. I would love to see you there!

I’m so excited the Northwestern Christian Writers Conference is joining us this month as a sponsor. If you have a story to tell but need guidance, you’ll find it at the Northwestern Christian Writers Conference. This year you have the option to attend in person or online.

I’ll be attending this year as a Books & Such Literary Agent. I would love to see you there! Space is limited, so make sure you get your ticket to the Northwestern Christian Writers Conference today! 

Lyneta Smith

So grateful to Lyneta Smith author of Curtain Call for sponsoring the Pray Every Day Show! Lyneta Smith thought she was having a breakdown, when in fact, she was having a breakthrough. Read the inspiring story of how she stepped out of her stage-perfect Christian life and into the journey toward healing and finally seeing God as a good, loving father.

You can get a copy of Curtain Call here.

Elizabeth Reynolds Turnage

I’m honored to have Elizabeth Turnage author of Recovery to Restoration: 60 Meditations for Finding Peace & Hope in Crisis as a sponsor this month.

It is not a matter of if, but when, a crisis will break into our lives. Whether it’s a natural disaster or relational disaster, a broken wrist or a broken marriage, a baby miscarried or justice miscarried, crisis thrusts us into a season of recovery. The journey of recovery can arouse many emotions: shock, fear, anxiety, doubt, grief, anger.

Elizabeth Reynolds Turnage soothes us in our distress with the surpassing peace and sure hope of the gospel. In each brief meditation, she offers Scripture, relevant stories, biblical encouragement, prayers, and suggested music, all of which point us to our deepest hope: God has written a story that takes us through recovery to restoration. God has begun his redemption work in us through Jesus, and one day, Jesus will return to restore all broken things. In that day, we will know the full joy of our restoration hope. Open this book and begin your journey from recovery to restoration.

Each meditation includes:
• A relevant Bible verse.
• A brief story related to waiting in a health care crisis.
• A gospel reality that brings peace and hope.
• A brief concluding prayer.
• One or two suggestions for further action—Bible reading, links to music, reflection questions, other calming activities.

You can get a copy of From Recovery to Restoration here

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