Just Ask: Volume 2


ARE YOU DISAPPOINTED OVER UNANSWERED PRAYERS? Frustrated because you often get the exact opposite of what you prayed for? Do you wonder what’s the point in praying?

If you’re like many Christians, this is a quiet struggle you face. Then to make matters worse we can settle into safe prayers—general prayers, prayers that are hard to evaluate for effectiveness, prayers that won’t make us question God if they aren’t answered. Safe prayers taste like chalk to our spirits, but we pray them because we don’t know what else to do. We don’t want to give up praying, but we don’t know how to “go for it” in prayer either. How in the world are we supposed to come “boldly before the throne of grace”?

The kind of confidence we need comes from understanding what God accomplished through the saving work of Jesus Christ. Looking at salvation through many lenses— or paradigms—helps us see that God has greater love and plans for us than we can imagine. That’s what this series offers. Greater confidence in prayer through a richer view of salvation.

JUST ASK: VOLUME ONE exposed the reader to the concept of salvation paradigms and introduced five paradigms that cluster together under the banner of “reconciliation.”

JUST ASK: VOLUME TWO takes us even deeper into God’s great salvation through describing six more paradigms under the banner of “redemption.” Each chapter concludes with helpful summaries and numerous examples to reinforce the discoveries and practice more confident prayers.

The author draws on his rich experience in pastoral ministry, spiritual counseling, journalism, public speaking and forming a nationwide prayer ministry. Each chapter is full of fresh biblical insights, inspiring stories and sound theology presented in a very accessible style.

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Navigating Transitions

Fraser Venter’s spiritual journey has included periods that seem like “incredible highs with God.” He has also experienced times when he felt spiritually low, but much of the journey has involved in-between spaces where he “felt like God was forming me, but I didn’t know what it meant.”

Loving the LGBTQ+ Community From Where We Stand

How can churches reach and serve people who identify as lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender or queer without compromising the truth of Scripture?
Feature Article by Jeff Finley

Rooting Kids in the Holy Spirit

The ROOTS children’s curriculum is back with a new emphasis: the fruit of the Spirit.
Feature Article by Jeff Finley

Let the Band Play: Multiplying Disciples and Churches

The sign of a true disciple is to help someone else become a disciple.
By Larry Walkemeyer

Learn, Seek, Defend, Take Up, Plead

Love is the compelling force for justice work.
By Kevin Austin

Discovering the Love Required of Us

Free Methodist author Liz Cornell’s “The Love Required of Us” helps churches and people with racial understanding and reconciliation.
By Jeff Finley

Trading Legalism for God’s Holy Love

The legalistic approach to religion hindered my understanding of God’s deep love.
By Kathy Gaulton

Introducing The Free Methodist Way

It is our hope that The Free Methodist Way will become an important tool in our work of discipleship and leadership development.
By Bishop Keith Cowart