Organizing Your Prayer Closet (101 Questions About The Bible Kingstone Comics Series)
Have you ever spoken the words "I will pray for you" only to shortly forget that you have been entrusted with a crucial request from a friend or loved one? Have you ever wondered if prayer even works? Statistics...
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Have you ever spoken the words "I will pray for you" only to shortly forget that you have been entrusted with a crucial request from a friend or loved one? Have you ever wondered if prayer even works?
Statistics from a Christianity Today survey found that 48 percent of the Christians surveyed were unhappy with their prayer life, 34 percent revealed that they did not know how to pray, while 31 percent were not sure that God ever responded to their prayers. For anyone who has ever questioned the practice of prayer or become frustrated with a lack of spiritual fervor, Organizing Your Prayer Closet offers a holistic, new approach to revitalizing this important spiritual discipline.
Organizing Your Prayer Closet both inspires and equips with Scripture, inspirational quotes, and space for journaling. In the first section, author Gina Duke illuminates the importance and power of prayer as the best connection to the source of all strength. Then, she breaks down tough spiritual concepts into practical exercises with 52 weekly worksheets that guide and equip you on a yearlong prayer journey. Each week you will be challenged to complete lessons on interacting with scripture, overcoming prayer hurdles, learning to pray authentically, holding yourself accountable, and more.
Gina Duke is a direct, point-on speaker and Bible teacher. With educational degrees in Organizational Leadership and Ministry as well as 15 years of leading women s conferences, Gina provides a combination of expertise for uncluttering the busy Christian s life. She is the director of Women s Ministry at her church, hosts a short radio segment called A Moment of Clarity," and frequently hosts prayer journaling workshops. She and her family live in Portland, Tennessee. C