There’s something about prayer that gets people fired up.

Maybe it’s the War Room movie.
Maybe it’s the idea of creating a prayer room.
Maybe it’s a deep desire of your heart to pray purposeful, meaningful prayers.

People get excited about the idea of prayer.

And let me tell you – it is a worthy thing to get excited about! We just must be careful that we’re not enjoying the idea of prayer more than we’re actually doing battle on our knees.

Many people like the idea of powerful prayer, but don't know where to start. The War Room movie & creating a prayer room are great, but ideas only matter when we begin praying powerful prayers from the heart. So, here is a 5-step guide to praying bold, powerful prayers! Don't just love the idea of prayer - actually pray. And watch as God moves & changes you through intentional communication with Him!

The War Room movie is excellent and the intentionality of creating a prayer room is beautiful. Now, let’s take it a step further and work to pray bold, powerful prayers.

Prayers that we believe with our whole selves.
Prayers that storm the gates on behalf of brokenness.
Prayers that change your heart and the hearts of those around you.
Prayers with lasting purpose.

Here’s the thing. We live in a society of people who love the idea of prayer, but really have no clue where to start.

So, walk with me to Melanie Redd’s blog where I share five ways you can begin praying powerful, bold prayers!

Let’s become a people who don’t just like the idea of prayer, but a people who genuinely present our requests and praises before the Lord in powerful belief!

Many people like the idea of powerful prayer, but don't know where to start. The War Room movie & creating a prayer room are great, but ideas only matter when we begin praying powerful prayers from the heart. So, here is a 5-step guide to praying bold, powerful prayers! Don't just love the idea of prayer - actually pray. And watch as God moves & changes you through intentional communication with Him!


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