Do you ever wish God would send someone else to witness to your friends? Candid Gal, Alana Terry is on our blog today sharing a story from her past, and how she has started moving forward and is actively praying for her friends.
Alana Terry is a pastor’s wife and former Candid Gal, and she’s on Candidly Christian sharing three ways you can pray for your pastor.
Are you ever bored with prayer? I think we all get that way from time to time if we are honest. When we make it more of something we check off a list than having a conversation with our best friend and God of the universe.
Have you ever felt like everybody else is “getting prayer” except for you? I know I’ve struggled with that feeling so many times. I want to grow in my prayer life, but how do you even describe what that means?
Have you read these five books on prayer? I hadn’t even heard of all of them, but our resident prayer expert, Alana Terry, says these are five books every prayer warrior needs in their library.
Do you argue with God? Have you ever pitched a fit or just outright flew off the handle to Him? Sarah does. Join her today to find out how to have Candid Conversations with God.
Jaime Hampton is sharing three ways you can pray to invite God into your struggles. Not necessarily to overcome them, but to face them with Him by your side.
Heather Hart is sharing what the Book of Job taught her about her prayer life in this post on Candidly Christian…
Check out the top posts on Candidly Christian from each of the Candid Gals in 2019. Every Candid Gal writes from her heart, but it’s our readers that help share our words with the world.
When Heather is in the middle of a scary situation, she prays. Why? She shares more in this post…
Sheila Rhodes is on the blog getting candid about prayer. But not just that, she’s sharing five facts that can help you put your prayer life on solid ground.
“Should I move back home to Hawaii or should I stay in San Francisco?” this question kept me up at night and then when I did fall asleep it leaked in and crowded my dreams. I was in my first semester of college when I faced my personal Goliath. Out of state fees were…