If God is Sovereign, Why Pray?

By Aubrey Coleman 
Staff Writer for The Daily Grace Co. 

There are so many questions we can ask about prayer, and it shouldn’t surprise us because prayer is a profound and wonderful privilege and mystery! The Creator of the universe in His infinite wisdom and goodness is calling His created people, sinful and limited in every capacity, to continually come to Him in prayer for things we want and need. 

But as we consider God’s sovereignty, meaning that God is the supreme authority, knowing all, working in all, and allowing nothing to happen outside of His good and perfect will, we might question what good our prayers are.…

Creating a Life of Meaningful Prayer

By Abbie Armstrong 
Guest Contributor 

Have you ever had a conversation with someone and five minutes later you can’t remember what in the world the conversation was about? If that has happened to you, and it has most definitely happened to me, then it is probably safe to say that the conversation was about nothing.…

A Prayer for Unmet Expectations

By Aubrey Coleman
Staff Writer at The Daily Grace Co. 

Heavenly Father, 

You are good and You do good.
Anything good that we receive comes from You.  
You have formed the heavens and the earth.  
You have made us for Yourself, and we find the fullness of life in You. …

Patience and Provision

By Taylor Segar
Originally Published in Be Still Magazine, Issue 12 

In seasons of waiting, it can become so difficult to navigate prayer. The longer we wait, the more unsure we can become of what we should be asking God to do.…

A Prayer for Hard Days

By Joanna Kimbrel
Staff Writer for The Daily Grace Co. 

It’s been a hard day. 
I’m frustrated. I’m discouraged.
My patience is running out.
God, I’m tired.
I want nothing more than to crawl into bed and forget this day ever happened. …

Sometimes the Answer is No


By Michelle Imbeau
Guest Contributor

My husband was diagnosed with cancer at age 24. We have three children, the youngest of which was 6 months old at the time. Regardless of the nature of the cancer and the curability rates presented by your oncology team, you hear the word “cancer” and your mind immediately goes to death.…