2021 ECPA Award Finalist in the Christian Living Category
“An instant spiritual classic.” —Christianity Today
Is prayer the most challenging area of your Christian journey? It doesn’t have to be. Pete Greig, one of the founders of 24-7 Prayer International, is passionate about introducing people to simple, honest, relevant conversations with God.
How to Pray is a raw, real, and relevant look at prayer for everyone—from the committed follower of Jesus to the skeptic and the scared. Full of biblically sound wisdom, How to Pray will offer honest encouragement and real-life methods to refresh your spirit and help you practice life-giving and lifechanging prayer.
Revolutionize your prayer life by learning:How to start prayingHow to keep prayer simpleHow to ask God for thingsHow to cope with unanswered prayerHow to pray without wordsHow to hear GodYou will also be inspired by the power of prayer through the stories of Corrie Ten Boom, Joni Eareckson Tada, Saint Patrick, and many more.
How to Pray is designed to be used with The Prayer Course (a free video curriculum), making it useful for personal, small group, or church-wide reading.
“Pete Greig is a respected authority on exactly this kind of praying: simple, honest, straightforward, from the heart. How to Pray will get you started on a lifelong, and life-giving, practice.” —Mark Batterson, New York Times bestselling author of Circle Maker
“I’m so grateful for this book. Pete’s passion and fervor for intercession is contagious. Get this book. Read this book. Live this book.” —Brady Boyd, author and senior pastor at New Life Church
“For everyone who’s wondered how to move the experience of prayer from distant to personal and powerful, How to Pray provides a starting point for new and seasoned believers alike.” —Nicole Unice, author of Help! My Bible is Alive!
“Pete Grieg has written the prayer masterpiece for today. It is an easy-to-follow, easy-to-practice manifesto of prayer for everyday life.” —Craig Springer, author and executive director of Alpha USA
One of best books on prayer I have every read. I use it to disciple others about prayer. Thanks for this.