My House

“My House Shall Be Called a House of Prayer for All Nations” Isa 56:7; Mk 11:17 (NKJV)

The following is a list of books from the Prayer Reference Library that have recently been read by members of the Prayer Ministry Team. The books will be available in the church library for you to check out. Our team recommends these for anyone who would like to enhance their prayer lives– the “Joining God” aspect of our church’s mission. Keep an eye out for a brief summary of selected books soon.    

Books to enhance your prayer life:

Alves, Elizabeth. Becoming A Prayer Warrior: A Guide to Effective and Powerful Prayer. Regal Books, 1998.  

Kendrick, Stephen and Kendrick, Alex. The Battle Plan for Prayer: From Basic Training to Targeted Strategies. B&H Publishing Group, 2015.

Sacks, Cheryl. The Prayer Saturated Church: A Comprehensive Handbook for Prayer Leaders. NavPress, 2004/2007.

Shirer, Priscilla. Fervent: A Woman’s Battle Plan for Serious, Specific and Strategic Prayer. B&H Publishing Group, 2015.

CDs available to order (set of three):

Poppen, Roger: When You Pray – Part 1, 2, and 3   April 26; May 3; and May 10, 2015. First Baptist Church, Prescott. Great for listening while traveling in your car–you will hear some unexpected “humor.”

[Information submitted by Beverly Bigler, Solid Rock Prayer Ministry]



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