I recently preached a message called “Establishing a Culture of Prayer.”

In the book of Acts, we see the early church in action, empowered by the Holy Spirit. One of the distinctions of how the early church functioned is that they had a “culture of prayer.” What I mean is that prayer was engrained into the life of the church; it was how they lived and moved.

Prayer is not meant to be a last resort; it is meant to be a top priority. Prayer is one of the primary ways that God works. If we can recover this culture of prayer, we can see the intervention of God on the earth.

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Establishing a Culture of Prayer

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