Prayer bible study course

By Jan Hattingh

A workbook that focuses on developing a personal relationship with our Heavenly Father, to communicate with God and understand the important building blocks of the Christian’s faith.

The shortest explanation of prayer: it is a conversation with my Heavenly Father, or it is communication with God. After accepting Christ as Saviour and becoming a child of God, I have the wonderful opportunity to speak to my Heavenly Father.

This 13-week course provides a sound foundation for a Christian’s life.

Cell groups and individual family units can work through this interactive study.

By the end of this course, you will know:

  • Why you must pray.
  • What prayer is - the different kinds of prayers.
  • What the things are that improve or frustrate your prayers.
The book contains self-assessment questions making it especially suitable to be studied in small groups.

A facilitation guide is also included to be used in conjunction with the workbook.

Description of the book

Format: PDF (electronic)
Pages: 93
Publisher: Auckland Park Theological Seminary

  • 1 copy for yourself and your family (R150)
  • Up to 5 copies for your cell group (R300)
  • Up to 10 copies for your cell group (R450)
  • Up to 15 copies for your cell group (R600)

About The author

Prof W.J. Hattingh is the Rector of Auckland Park Theological Seminary (ATS) and Head of the Practical Theology department.

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