Cultivating a Deep Prayer Life in a Complex, Anxious World

Join Adam Gray, spiritual director and relational life coach, for a five-session class exploring how to deepen your prayer life in a world filled with anxiety and complexities.

In today’s world of cultural upheaval, planetary change, and collective anxiety, God still invites us to ground ourselves in a trusting, deep life with him. The illusion of control in our culture and churches is more exposed now than it has ever been, even including our controlling tendencies in personal prayer. But there is freedom and healing available to us when we are open and available to God in prayer, not controlling the agenda but simply being with the One who loves us and allowing him to speak and move within us for our good. We will practically explore some of the ancient treasures of Christian prayer and their ability to ground us in peace and kindle our hope for the world. This class is open to both women and men in ministry.

There will be two sections for the class, each meeting once a week for five weeks. Each session will last around an hour.

Section 1: Thursdays at 9:00 am CT (Central Time), October 20-November 17
Section 2: Thursdays at 7:00 pm CT, October 20-November 17

(To figure out what time that would be locally, you can go to Compare the time listed above in Dallas, Texas, to your local time.)

When you register below, choose the section that will work best with your schedule.

Adam grew up near Fort Worth and is thankful for his godly upbringing. He earned his Bachelor’s degree in Christian Ministry from Abilene Christian University as well as his Master’s from ACU’s Graduate School of Theology. Adam and his wife, Missy, partnered for 25 years with churches in Abilene, Houston, and Amarillo, TX. Recently transitioning from full-time ministry, Adam is the founder of InnerWell and works as a Corporate Chaplain, Certified Relational Life Coach, and Spiritual Director. He and Missy have two young adult children, Adley and Corbin.

Adam is bald by choice, loves Seinfeld references…and times of silence and solitude with God.