Join pastor and author Alan Wright for in-depth conversations about how grace, not law, empowers you to grow and live victoriously. With candor, humor and compassion, Alan unveils uncommon Biblical insights that free you to see your life in a whole new light.
Alan and Anne, his wife of 33 years, make their home in Winston-Salem, NC where Alan has served as Sr. Pastor of the historic, dynamic, multi-site Reynolda Church (EPC) for over 22 years. Alan loves golf, piano, writing and still going on dates with Anne. Since 1997, Alan has authored five books: Free Yourself, Be Yourself (formerly entitled Shame Off You), A Childlike Heart, Lover of My Soul, God Moments and Grace X 2. In addition to his pastoral leadership and weekly preaching, Pastor Wright also serves as President of Sharing the Light Ministries which produces the national radio broadcast “Sharing the Light with Alan Wright” heard on 400 stations across America and sponsors conferences nationally and internationally. In proclaiming a bold, unmixed message of grace, Alan is known for the question that starts every sermon: “Are you ready for some good news?” and for the triumphant declaration that concludes every message: “And that’s the gospel!”
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Five Ways to Pray in the Spirit [Part 2]: Praying God’s Word
There is a way for every Christian to “pray in the Spirit” – praying God’s Word. Because all scripture is “God-breathed,” all of God’s Word is full of the Spirit. Thus, when you pray God’s Word, what you are praying is Spirit-filled.
Five Ways to Pray in the Spirit [Part 1]: Why Prayer Matters to the Christian Life
According to surveys, there’s something that more Americans will do this week than will drive a car or go to work. It’s an activity that almost all Americans say they believe in and most claim it to be very important.
But, if so many people think that prayer is so important, why do so few people report feeling good about their prayer lives? Why does prayer seem to be a struggle? Why do so many feel their prayers are powerless?
Paul’s answer is simple, compelling and direct: “praying at all times in the Spirit….” (Ephesians 6:18) The invitation to “pray in the Spirit” is part of the famous exhortation to put on the whole armor of God. Alongside of donning the helmet of salvation and utilized the shield of faith, we must learn to “pray in the Spirit.” But how?
Join Pastor Alan Wright for Season 3 of Inside Grace to answer these questions and more! For more resources, visit www.pastoralan.org!
The Power to Bless [Part 5]: How to Bless a Unbeliever
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The Power to Bless [Part 4]: How to Reject Curse
In the episode of Inside Grace, Pastor Alan Wright explains the power of rejecting curse in your life as you begin to understand the power of blessing.
The Power to Bless [Part 3]: A Framework for Understanding Blessing
The Power to Bless [Part 2]: The Danger of the Unblessed Life
Pastor Alan and Chris continue their discussion on Alan's new book, The Power to Bless, and reflect on Alan's childhood and what he learned about blessing his own children.
Relationship! The reminder and encouragement I needed today. Back-to-school mode has me exhausted on a whole new level. Making time to draw near and seek my Savior. Thanks Alan and Chris for this word, today.