Tuesday, August 18, 2009

Prayer Power by Peter Lundell

About the Book:

In the crazy world around us, our prayers may too often seem ineffective. Do you want to connect with God when you pray and receive more direct answers? PRAYER POWER is the tool you need to build a more powerful and dynamic life of prayer.

Intensely practical and straightforward, PRAYER POWER helps you improve on thirty essential facets of prayer such as passion, routine, fasting, praying with others, listening to God, handling distractions, and spiritual warfare. In each brief chapter you'll be inspired by stories of people whose lives of prayer give us powerful examples.

PRAYER POWER can be used as a month-long devotional, a prayer guide, or a reference for help in specific areas. Whether you're a new believer or think you've heard it all, this book's refreshing and honest insight will guide you to a deeper connection with God.

Read Author interview here
Read some bonus materials from the author here.

About the Author:

Peter Lundell, a former missionary to Japan, is a pastor at Walnut Blessing Church in Walnut, California. He has an MDiv and DMiss from Fuller Theological Seminary and is the founder of the Walnut Valley Pastors' Prayer Network. Lundell is the author of two books, and his articles have appeared in magazines such as Guideposts and Pray!

Leave a comment telling me when is your favorite time to have your personal quiet time. Be sure to leave a way to contact you if you are the winner. Drawing will be held on Sept. 7th.


(leave a comment for an opportunity to win this great package)

Prayer Power by Peter Lundell

When God Turned off the Lights by Cecil Murphey (Cec is one of Peter's mentors)

Committed but Flawed by Cecil Murphey

Also includes: Prayer Journal, Pen, and Candle

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Shawntele said...

Wonderful giveaway! I try to have my quiet time in the morning before my children awaken, but that does not always happen. :( If I miss out then, I can usually find time after we finish the dinner clean-up when everyone is off to do their own thing. :)

Anonymous said...

My quiet time is at night. After the dishes are done and the family retires for the night, I have my personal time. Generally I make sure I have a couple of hours for myself.


Gail P Smith said...

Thanks Abi, for sharing this book. I've had the privilege of reading Prayer Power and can honestly say it changed my life as well as my prayer life.
Gail P. Smith
p.s. my quiet time is in the early morning, on the front porch, but you don't need to enter me in the drawing.

Edna said...

My time with God is really all day and any time of day when I sing a song (an old hymn) and then at night when I read my Bible and then I read my books and as I go to sleep I have on a cd really low and it plays until it runs out as I go to sleep listening to His word.


so please enter me into your drawing I found on Ali' blog.

Linda said...

Usually late at night. I use Echo Prayer to send me my prayer requests for others. Hubbie's in bed, cat downstairs--quiet. But I'm not limited to that time. It goes throughout the day, too. Your books would be a great incentive to become more regular in prayer. Please enter me. Thank you.
desertrose5173 at gmail dot com

Jblanton said...

My quiet time is in the evenings when my guys (husband and son) are gone to football practice and I am home alone. This time is spent reflecting on the day and prayer- talking with God


dancealertreads.blogspot.com said...

I guess my favorite quiet time is when everyone is asleep and I'm getting ready for bed, shutting everything down for the evening, and I like to pick up a book and read a few more words before I fall asleep.

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Anonymous said...

I'd love to be entered in this drawing thanks.

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Anonymous said...

Please include me. thanks

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Anonymous said...

Yes, I'd like to enter. Thanks

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Debbie F said...

Am I to late? I hope not! If not, please enter me!!! Thanks!

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