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Vinewood Community Church learns to pray

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Shelley Banks

“Our leaders really have a heart for God to lead us the way God leads. It’s a warm and loving group of people, multi-generation. We’ve seen over and over when troubles come up, people rally together.”

Matt Cunningham

“For me it’s just that I grew up here. I know everyone so it’s kind of like family. It’s tough for people to leave, like you just saw the youth pastor resigned... And I can wear T-shirts like this here.”

Nicole Grauman

“My husband grew up here, and I attended when I was younger, so childhood memories. I like how they care for children. My daughter was not a fan of being here at first. As a mother, it’s calming to know people are taking care of her.”

Posted: Sunday, August 24, 2014 6:23 pm

Close your eyes, lower your head and with hands clasped whisper your message to God — this is one way that people see the act of prayer. Others may come together and grandly voice aloud their praise and wishes.

But what is the right way to pray? Is there one?

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