Praying for Unsaved Loved Ones

Let me ask you this question: If Jesus said to you, “I will answer every single prayer that you pray this week,” how many people in your life would you pray for to receive Christ?

Are you praying for them now?

Have you grown weary of praying for someone – or given up entirely – because nothing seems to be happening within them?

What if, as we pray for others, God does something in us? Through prayer, God molds our character, grows our patience, and empowers us to persevere.

Richard Foster said, “If we truly love people, we will desire for them far more than it is within our power to give them and this will lead us to prayer.”

If you could use some encouragement that will refresh your prayer life, join us for our Focus on the Family Broadcast “Praying for Unsaved Loved Ones.” We’re airing a message by author and evangelist Lee Strobel who shares helpful advice that will energize your faith while encouraging you to make an eternal investment in the lives of people you encounter.

Join us on your local radio stationonline, on Apple PodcastsGoogle Podcasts, or on our free phone app. Be encouraged to believe that no one is beyond God’s love.

Lee is a teaching pastor at Woodlands Church in the Houston area. For a gift of any amount, I’d like to offer you book his book written with Mark Mittleberg called The Unexpected Adventure: Taking Everyday Risks to Talk with People About Jesus. If you can’t afford it, we’ll find a way to get it to you. Call Focus on the Family at 1-800-A-FAMILY (232-6459). Or visit our website.

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