Articles about the subject of prayer, from thosewhosindifferently.com.
Competition - If you find that other thoughts compete with your time with God, how can they be captured for later, so that you can focus on Him?
How to Pray - So, how do we pray? What do we need to do in order to talk with God?
What Can We Ask For In Prayer? - We are invited to make requests of God. If one of those requests is for His wisdom, I believe that we can better align what we ask for with His will.
Don’t Give Up - If other people can't help but listen to us if we are persistent enough, how much more will a God who loves us hear our requests?
Learning to Pray - Praying may seem challenging at first, but given time and practice - and maybe a little help - we can make it as natural as other skills that we don't even think about anymore.
When to Pray - Although we can pray to God at any time, sometimes it is helpful to have a few specific situations to start with.
Filling in the Gaps - Sometimes, we find ourselves at a loss for words, or feeling unworthy to talk with a Holy God. He knew that this would happen, and personally intervenes to help us out in those times.
Praying with Others - Talking with God is often a private matter. However, sometimes it is appropriate to pray with others, also.
“Get Your Own Tape”, Part 2 - Just as with our physical bodies, our intake of spiritual food should increase over time to help us grow in a healthy manner.
Sweet Hour of Prayer - Although the old hymn, "Sweet Hour of Prayer", probably wasn't talking about a literal hour, we can still give God some of our undivided attention in prayer.
Why Can We Pray to God? - Talking to the Creator of the universe is a pretty big deal, and it is only possible because He reached out to allow it to happen.
Fancy Prayer Words – And Why You Don’t Need Them - Sometimes, those who pray out loud at church use some pretty fancy words to talk with God. While that's ok (but not necessary), here are a few quick definitions to help you follow along.
Devotions - What does it mean to "have devotions" as part of the Christian walk?