It has been said and you probably heard it at some point in your Christian life that we don’t need to teach about prayer, we don’t need to talk about prayer, people just need to pray. And yet the reality is that if you don’t know how to pray, how can you start praying? All of us at some point, maybe for some of us even now prayer still feels hard. We’re still unsure about how to approach an invisible God, about how to speak the heart of God. We’re still a little worried that we may ask for the wrong things. Some of us have been told that if you don’t ask just the right way you won’t get just the right thing. And so prayer, this beautiful thing given to us by God because he wants us to be with him, and yet we’re still so careful about it that we talk ourselves out of it more often than we talk ourselves into it. Can you pray around people? Can you pray out-loud? Can you pray about other things? The reality is that we’ve been invited to pray about all things at all times not because we know what to say, but because we know God is at work. In this week’s sermon, “The Gift of Prayer: Hallowed Be Your Name,” pastor Abie Kulynych continues to go deeper in the Lord’s Prayer to see the We of prayer to help us understand what a Gift it is for us.