Tools to help you pray

Discover how to pray more boldly, experience more intimacy in God’s presence, and yield more fully to His will.

The disciples only ever asked Jesus to teach them one thing: how to pray.

Prayer was a central part of the disciples’ Jewish traditions, yet they realized that Jesus’ authority and power were grounded in an uncommon habit of prayer.

We’ve collected some things to help you develop your own prayer habit. Use these resources to learn to talk to God more boldly, experience more intimacy in His presence, and yield more fully to His will.

Explore the topic on your own

Read an article

Everything you need to know about prayer

Why Christians pray together, not just in private

Does posture matter when you pray?

How to focus when you pray

Watch or listen to a sermon

"Seek First" – a sermon about holy habits, including prayer

"How Do I Pray?" - a Rally Roundtable with Josh Bull, Glenn Batson, and Fin Sheridan

"The Ghost I Get" - a sermon about how God wants us to experience more of Him through the Holy Spirit.

Read a  book

"Teach Us To Pray" by NewSpring Church (Ask your campus for a free hard copy!) 

"Fervent" by Priscilla Shirer

"Prayer: Finding the Heart’s True Home" by Richard Foster

"Prayer: Experiencing Awe and Intimacy with God"  by Tim Keller

"Power Through Prayer" by E.M. Bounds

"Dirty Glory" by Pete Greig

Learn more with your group

Try The Prayer Course from 24/7 Prayer, or do a video Bible study about prayer on RightNow Media. (New to RightNow Media? Get your free NewSpring account.)

Include worship in your prayer time

NewSpring Worship has curated playlists for your prayer time. Let this play as you talk to God in your favorite chair, on your walk, in your car, in your shower, in your cubicle, or wherever you pray. Get the playlist on Spotify or Apple Music

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