The Power of Prayer

When we hear the word “prayer”, many different ideas and emotions come to our minds. Some people are confused. Others are excited. Some are mad. Some are scared. Regardless of where we fall on the wide spectrum, we can all agree that in many ways, prayer is a mystery - but God doesn’t want us to be left in the dark. All throughout the Bible, people and communities are changed, moved, and healed because of prayer. Prayer is vital to the life of the church and every believer. Over the next six weeks, you will take a good look at prayer: the power of it, the practice of it, why it’s important, and how to do it. You’ll learn how to listen and talk to God and how to pray for others, using the most effective training guide for prayer ever created...the Bible! Instead of searching for a step-by-step guide on Google, you’ll read example after example of strong prayers in the Bible, and answer questions that will form your own approach to prayer.

Inside The Guide

Each guide is broken up into six weeks. Below is a small insight into each week.

How to Pray to God

Based on the different ways we see Jesus interact with the Father, what are some things I can learn about how to pray to God in my own life?

How to Pray for Others

How can I become someone whose prayers aren't ever stopped for others? What keeps me praying for others?

How to Learn From the Prayers of Others – Pt. 1

What can we learn from the prayers of people like Hannah, David, Jonah, and Solomon?

How to Learn From the Prayers of Others – Pt. 2

What can we learn from the prayers of Paul?

How to Pray the Promises of God

As I pray the promises of God, which promises can I more fully pray with confidence?

How to Pray the Power of God

What can we learn about our authority in prayer based on the prayers of Habakkuk, Jeremiah, Daniel, and Ezra?

 

The Power of Prayer will be available June 2021.