Chalmers & the Primacy of Prayer

Thomas Chalmers (1780-1847), the great Scottish pastor, professor, author, and statesman, was undeniably a man of action. He was the quintessential reformer: he founded more than two dozen mission organizations, Bible societies, neighborhood schools, and community outreaches. He planted two...

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SF 25- Walking your faith in a fallen world (Psalms of Lament)

podcast prayer Jun 13, 2019

For the past several episodes of the Standfast-cast, George and Karen Grant have discussed the effectual power of the Psalms for the Christian life.

In this ongoing discussion, they zero in on the “Psalms of Lament,” those remarkable Psalms where the aches and hurts of this fallen...

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SF 24- Dealing with grief & disappointment with Psalms

podcast prayer Jun 06, 2019

Join George and Karen Grant’s discussion on this podcast episode about using the Psalms in times of grief and disappointment. Karen reminds us of the power of Psalm 23 and George picks up themes from Psalm 46 and 55.

In a sense, they assert, the Psalms can be a “toolbox” for...

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SF 23- How to have morning devotions

podcast prayer May 30, 2019

On this episode, George and Karen Grant discuss the patterns habits they’ve developed for morning devotions. In particular, they discuss the way the Psalms can provide just exactly the right instruction, inspiration, and insight needed for almost any situation or circumstance.

Karen...

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Meaning It, Believing It, and Living It

culture discernment prayer Oct 01, 2018

It is one of the great ironies of our day that Christians can pray, “Thy will be done on earth as it is in Heaven,” and not actually mean anything by it. Indeed, it is a stunning paradox that we can live as if such a prayer could not be answered. Even worse, we can live as if such a...

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