I Want to Pray!

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Energion Publications, 2005 - Religion - 84 pages
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This book provides the basics of Christian prayer for the non-specialist. Perry Dalton, retired pastor, and Henry Neufeld, Bible teacher and Biblical languages student combine their knowledge and practical experience to create this guide. Each chapter includes questions for thought and discussion and exercises to help you get personally involved in prayer. Ideal for group study and church based classes, clear and practical.
 

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Contents

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1
II
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III
9
IV
19
V
23
VI
31
VII
39
VIII
47
IX
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X
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XI
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XIII
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About the author (2005)

Perry M. Dalton recently retired as pastor of Springfield First United Methodist Church in Panama City, Florida. Prior to that, he was pastor of Pine Forest United Methodist Church in Pensacola, Florida for ten years. During that time the number of prayer groups increased from one to seventeen. His goal is to see renewal of Methodist Churches across the nation through prayer. Rev. Dalton has a heart for small prayer groups, particularly small groups of men praying with and for each other. He is a graduate of Huntingdon College with degrees in Psychology and Sociology, a master's degree from Candler School of Theology and doctoral work in Church Revitalization at McCormick Theological Seminary.

Henry E. Neufeld is the founding director of Pacesetters Bible School. He has BA and MA degrees concentrating in Biblical Languages, and has done post masters work in linguistics. Neufeld has started numerous small study groups, in which he emphasizes building a present living experience using scripture as a foundation. He grew up as the son of Seventh-day Adventist missionaries, left the faith, then returned to the Lord in a United Methodist Church. This has led him to concentrate especially on experience that transcends barriers of doctrinal belief.

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