Author: Paul Tautges
Paperback, 128 pages
About the book
Believers need to learn to pray about everything, but so many unanswered questions hinder our progress.
- What does it mean to pray in Jesus’ name?
- How do I pray for my non-Christian friends?
- When does the Holy Spirit pray for me?
In this book, a seasoned pastor and counselor answers these questions—and many more—by effectively instructing us with biblical principles, examples, and commands. By doing so, he encourages us to develop a life of prayer. Pastors, elders, and small group leaders will also find this book an indispensable help to cultivating an atmosphere of God-dependency in their local church.
Pray About Everything delivers an urgent call for believers to commit themselves to regular and systematic heartfelt prayer as an essential spiritual discipline for the Christian life.
Who should read this book?
- Christians at varying stages of maturity
- Small-group or prayer-group leaders
- Preachers, ministers, Bible teachers
- Worship leaders
- Church prayer leaders
…one of my favorite books on prayer…
—Mark Dever, 9Marks Ministries
…a valuable contribution to our theology and practice of prayer.
—Jerry Bridges, best-selling author of The Pursuit of Holiness
Use this book as a springboard to stimulate your own ideas on how you as a pastor or church leader can cultivate prayer in your church.
—Joel R. Beeke, President, Puritan Reformed Theological Seminary
Paul Tautges has done a tremendous service to both pastors and church members with this little gem of a book.
—Brian Croft, Senior Pastor, Auburndale Baptist Church, Louisville KY
An excellent resource for instructing and inspiring effectual prayer in the life of the local church. I highly recommend this book to be read and implemented into the prayer life of your church family. It will be transforming!
—Daniel P. Fredericks, Church and Pastoral Ministries Consultant, IFCA International
About the author
Dr. Paul Tautges serves as senior pastor of Cornerstone Community Church in Mayfield Heights, Ohio. He is husband to Karen, father of ten, and a grandfather. He is the author of many books including Comfort the Grieving, Counseling One Another, and Brass Heavens, and serves as the series editor for the LifeLine Mini-books. Paul blogs regularly at CounselingOneAnother.com.
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