“Pray First.” In every situation, whether good or bad, we try to pray before we act. Many times, people act first and then want God to bail them out of the situation, but prayer should be our first response, not our last resort. Understanding the necessity of prayer is not enough. In order for it to become a part of our life, it needs to become something we look forward to doing.
Most people don’t enjoy prayer because they have never been taught how to pray. That’s where this simple prayer journal can help. Using several prayer models out of the Bible and having some guides to make prayer more personal, this booklet is designed to bring joy to your time with God. When you discover the beauty of daily conversation with Him, you’ll experience the presence of God that will change your life. Once you learn how to pray, prayer can become a part of everyday life. And then…in every situation — PRAY FIRST!
Campus prayer times:
Eagle Creek Campus: Saturday 9 am
Fishers Campus: Saturday 9 am
Noblesville Campus: Saturday 8 am
Pendleton Campus: Saturday 8 am
Printed versions of both prayer guides are available at your campus.