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Series: Teach Us to Pray

“Our Father in Heaven, hallowed be Your name” (Luke 11:2, NKJV). These renowned words were spoken by Jesus in response to His disciples’ request, “Lord, teach us to pray” (Luke 11:1, NKJV). On the surface, this may seem like a simple question, yet Jesus’ response reveals something much greater about His heart and ministry. The scriptures that follow, known as The Lord’s Prayer, serve as a pathway – a powerful tool for growing as disciples of Christ. In this prayer we see our Father directly through the eyes of Jesus. In turn, we discover a vibrant Kingdom way of life that is everlasting, empowering, and filled with hope.

Sermons from this series:

“How I Pray” Video Series

Every week during Teach Us to Pray, Hosanna! staff and key volunteers shared insights, tips, and encouragement to help you cultivate a rich prayer life. Check it out below!

Worship Pastor Chris Greseth shares what The Lord’s Prayer means to him, and how this spiritual practice can properly form our lives.

Pastor Luke Allison shares what “Thy Kingdom come, Thy will be done” means to him, and how we can live with hope – both now and in the future.

Vision Board member Kim Bushman shares what “Give us this day our daily bread” means to her, and how we can rely on God to provide everything we need.

Vision Board member Mark Dalluge shares what, “Forgive us our trespasses, as we forgive those who trespass against us” means to him.

Interim Prayer & Care Director KZ Koboski shares what it looks like to trust God as our Protector.

Worship Leader Jenn Alexander shares what it means to lay down our kingdom to lift up and glorify the Kingdom of God. 

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