Revised and expanded by the former president of the Southern Baptist Convention, this classic work on the discipline of prayer is both practical an... Read More
Revised and expanded by the former president of the Southern Baptist Convention, this classic work on the discipline of prayer is both practical and personal - a treasure trove of spiritual wisdom for new believers, seasoned Christians, and everyone in between.
In this completely updated twentieth anniversary edition, pastor Ronnie Floyd invites believers to join him in better understanding effective prayer with a practical and helpful plan for how to pray. Whether you are a beginner or a seasoned veteran in prayer, this book will meet you where you are and encourage you to move to a new level in your prayer life.
The book includes a new foreword from Dr. Floyd, the long-standing pastor of Cross Church in Northwest Arkansas and the new president for the National Day of Prayer.
About the Contributor(s)Dr. Ronnie Floyd, senior pastor of Cross Church located in Northwest Arkansas, is the author of twenty-three books. He is...
Dr. Ronnie Floyd, senior pastor of Cross Church located in Northwest Arkansas, is the author of twenty-three books. He is also the president of the National Day of Prayer Task Force, which mobilizes millions of Americans to pray for America annually, and a past president of the Southern Baptist Convention. Dr. Floyd’s writing, speaking with messages broadcast live across the world via the Internet, and leadership have opened doors through major news media outlets. Dr. Floyd and his wife, Jeana, have two sons and seven grandchildren.
Weight (lbs)0.65 lb
Case Weight (lbs)23.41 lb
Dimensions 8.4(h) x 5.45(w) x 0.84(d) inches
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