21 Ways to Pray
An eCourse experience of the book Beginning Prayer by John Killinger
Do you long for a deeper relationship with God but don't know where to start? Have you ever felt awkward or frustrated when you tried to pray?
You are not alone. Many Christians are insecure about their prayer life.
John Killinger, a former pastor and professor, is well qualified to give step-by-step instructions for how to pray. In this eCourse based on his book, Beginning Prayer, Killinger answers basic questions beginners have about prayer. Our eCourse offers creative means of engaging in these prayer practices for yourself.
The 21 Ways to Pray eCourse will help you learn:
- The appropriate attitude for prayer.
- The best time to pray.
- The best places to pray.
- Postures for prayer.
- Twenty-one methods of praying.
The book Beginning Prayer is an Upper Room classic. It is our hope that through this online course you'll discover creative ways to pray that will grow and enhance your prayer life.
Private eCourse classrooms with group rates are available upon request. If you are interested, email us at [email protected].
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John Killinger is a former pastor in Baptist, Presbyterian, and Congregational churches. He taught for fifteen years at Vanderbilt Divinity School and was Distinguished Professor of Religion and Culture at Samford University in Birmingham, Alabama. Killinger has written over seventy books on subject ranging from prayer and spirituality to theology and modern literature. Our eCourse is based on content from his book, Beginning Prayer.