To win the fight, you’ve got to have the right strategy and the right resources, because victories don’t come by accident.

Using the analogy of a strategic war room, the Kendrick brothers recently launched their new movie tackling prayer. Having tremendous success in the past with their films Flywheel, Facing the Giants, and Courageous, this new film is perhaps the most daring, stirring, and best to date.

The War Room is packed with humor, thought provoking ideas, and soul-conviction (and encouragement) to take your prayer life to another level. No matter who you are—kids, adults, families, elderly, etc—this film addresses your situation and gives hope for what your life can be.

When I saw the film last week, I left the theater stirred, encouraged, convicted, and laughing (there are some really funny moments). I cannot recommend the movie any higher. It stands out as one of the best films I have seen in a very long time—and its message is a power-packed punch to the soul.

In case you haven’t seen the trailer, check it out below—then do yourself a favor and go watch it in its entirety.

We must become men and women of prayer. Would you take up the call and fight (strategically) on your knees?

There is power through prayer. For many Christians, prayer is nothing special, just something we’re supposed to do – go to church, tithe, read the Bible, pray. But prayer should be so much more than an item on our “to do” lists. – EM Bounds

Prayer is the [Christian’s] mightiest weapon. – EM Bounds


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