When we walk through seasons of suffering, it can be difficult to know how to pray. We may experience a range of emotions, but perhaps we find ourselves unsure of how to appropriately and authentically bring them before the Lord. In this episode, we are joined by Chrystal Evans Hurst to talk about what it looks like to pour out our hearts before the Lord when life is painful. Chrystal is the author of The 28-Day Prayer Journey, a book for anyone who longs for a consistent prayer life yet struggles with distractions, doubts, or knowing where to start. You can find information about Chrystal’s writing, speaking, and podcast at chrystalevanshurst.com, and you can follow her on instagram @chrystalhurst.
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