On the mystery of prayer: is the purpose of prayer as simple as talking to God because he wants to hear from us?

In the winter issue of Wesleyan Life, Cheryl Mansell shares a touching story of how she prays in her everyday life, learning this from her father as she grew up. Stanley Tam, a layman and successful businessman, tells how one simple prayer changed the way he served God for the rest of his life—a prayer that led him to help thousands of people come to faith in Jesus.

George Martin, a Wesleyan pastor, challenges us to commit to intentional congregational prayer during the Lenten season. Ken Schenck, professor of New Testament, answers the question, “Why pray when God already knows?”

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Read the latest issue of Wesleyan Life today to encounter a fresh unfolding of prayer.