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Honest to God

Chad Hovind
September 20, 2015

Learning to pray is an important part of any faith journey. But prayer can seem like a mystical thing -- a rite reserved for pastors, priests and clerics. When we do try, we often feel stiff, calculated and dry, searching for words that sound "religious." In reality, God doesn't care how you pray; He merely wants to hear from you. More importantly, He's happy to hear anything you have to say. He wants to know the real you -- the you that's filled with doubt, anger, joy and sadness. Join Horizon for Honest to God, a series where we'll learn how to really pray. Series runs through Sept. 27th at the Exploring Services.

Other Messages in this Series

Message Date Speaker Actions
Doubt: When You Wonder Where God Is
Honest to God
Doug Daily
Anger: When Your Back Is Against the Wall
Honest to God
Chad Hovind
Trust: When You Know What's True
Honest to God
Chad Hovind
Fear: When You're Scared Senseless
Honest to God
Chad Hovind
Gratitude: More Than Just An Attitude
Honest to God
Chad Hovind
Longing: Do I Matter to God?
Honest to God
Doug Daily