What if by the end of this summer, you looked more like Jesus than you do today?
That's my hope for us, and that's why I'm inviting you to join me in praying through the Fruit of the Spirit this summer, one characteristic each week, in our new season of the Prayers of REST podcast.
This summer, let's spend 10 minutes each day praying for God to work the fruit of His Spirit in our lives. Our new season of the Prayers of REST podcast will help you:
- Recite God's Goodness
- Express Your Neediness
- Seek His Stillness, and
- Trust His Faithfulness, all focused on one part of the Fruit of the Spirit each week.
We'll do this over and over again each week. Love. Joy. Peace. Patience. Kindness. Goodness. Faithfulness. Gentleness. Self-Control. Each week, a new invitation. Each day, new fruit.
Grab a few friends, start a group text, and subscribe to the Prayers of REST podcast to get weekly prayer episodes straight to your phone.
You can also check out the links below to listen to each week's Fruit of the Spirit episodes:
Listen to Asheritah's interview on Moody Radio
How to Slow Down and Finally Hear God's Voice
Prayer changes things. I believe that with all my heart, because I’ve seen God’s power in my life over and over again. And I want YOU to grow in your prayer life too.
That’s why I created the Prayers of REST podcast: it’s an invitation for all who are weary of hustling and tired of Christian to-do lists, to come to Jesus and find rest for your soul. It's based on Jesus' own invitation in Matthew 11:28-29:
"Come to me, all you who are weary and burdened, and I will give you rest. Take my yoke upon you and learn from me, for I am gentle and humble in heart, and you will find rest for your souls."
Prayers of REST is not a podcast about me. In fact, I’ve tried to get out of the way and simply guide you into the presence of our Heavenly Father through Scriptural prayer. In 10 minutes or less, these weekly episodes will guide you into a rhythm of prayer that you can take with you throughout your day.
May you experience rest in God’s presence as you spend time with Him in prayer this summer.