Too Busy Not to Pray: Slowing Down to Be With God
What would transpire if every Christ-follower got serious about prayer? Bill Hybels believes, 'hearts would soften. Habits would shift. Faith would expand. Love for the poor would increase. Positive purposeful legacies would be built. And a ravenous hunger would...
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What would transpire if every Christ-follower got serious about prayer?
Bill Hybels believes, 'hearts would soften. Habits would shift. Faith would expand. Love for the poor would increase. Positive purposeful legacies would be built. And a ravenous hunger would rumble through us all to get usable and used in significant ways by the one true God.'
This practical and time-tested classic calls us to make prayer an urgent priority, and enlarges our vision of what God will do when his people slow down to pray.
For a decade thousands have enjoyed Bill Hybels's insightful and readable ideas on prayer and spending time with God. Now this new edition of his contemporary classic has been revised and expanded, including two new chapters.
Bill Hybels is the founding and senior pastor of Willow Creek Community Church in South Barrington, Illinois, one of the largest and most influential churches in North America, and the chairman of the board for Willow Creek Association. He convened The Global Leadership Summit in 1995, following a God-given prompting to help raise and develop the spiritual gift of leadership for the local church.
Both visionary and passionate about seeing every local church reach its full God-given potential, he speaks around the world on strategic issues related to leadership, evangelism, and church growth. An exceptional communicator, he is a best-selling author of more than 20 books on personal evangelism, marriage and especially on the subject of Christian leadership, including Just Walk Across the Room, Courageous Leadership and the newly released, The Power of a Whisper: Hearing God and Having the Guts to Respond.
Bill received a bachelor's degree in Biblical Studies and an honorary Doctorate of Divinity from Trinity College in Deerfield, IL. He and his wife, Lynne, have two adult children and one grandson.