Aug 11, 2020
“I’ll pray for you.” How many times have we said this and neglected to follow through? Can we actually develop a habit of praying for others? Today, we are joined by Maryanne Challies Helms, and she reminds us that we can be people who faithfully pray for others. She shares practical advice on how we can develop a habit of praying for others, and she gives encouragement for those who wrestle with the role of prayer and God’s sovereignty, unanswered prayers, and more.
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Ep. 71 Teach Me to Pray by Daily Grace
“Practicing Prayer An Invitation to Pester God” TGC Workshop by Jani Ortlund
Susie: The Life and Legacy of Susannah Spurgeon by Ray Rhodes Jr.
Letters of Francis A. Schaeffer by Francis Schaeffer
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