This past Sunday was the finale of “Your Kingdom Come,” our summer series on the Lord’s Prayer. Each week highlighted a short video with someone from our church family praying and reflecting on that week’s theme. Each prayer was composed by the person praying, based on their reading of the particular verse. Our goal was to model how the Lord’s Prayer can serve as a launching point for powerful, everyday prayers.
At the bottom of this post you will find links to each prayer video. You can also click here to view them all as a playlist.
Meaning behind the logo
The logo may look like a drawing, but it’s actually two close-up photographs of stained glass windows in First Free’s Chapel (as seen below). Graphic designer Nathan McDonald overlapped the photos of land and sky, to illustrate that the Kingdom of God is where heaven and earth meet. Pastor Josh broke this imagery down for us in week three, “On Earth as it is in Heaven.”
For a closer look at the Chapel windows and the story they represent, see this article from early this year.
If you missed any of the sermons, you can watch them here.
Also, here’s a look back at some recommended books on prayer, including books specifically focused on the Lord’s Prayer. All are available in The Scroll Resource Center.