The Intercessions Handbook Paperback
Creative Ideas for Public and Private Prayer
by John Pritchard;
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The Intercessions Handbook
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In two introductory chapters, John Pritchard considers the importance and challenges of the vital task of intercession.
He then offers practical examples of intercessions in traditional services, all-age worship, small groups and personal devotions.
Material for seasons, major festivals and special events is also included.
This is a new edition of a book that has become a key resource for church leaders all over the world.
The Intercessions Handbook by John Pritchard was published by Spck in August 2011 and is our 4357th best seller. The ISBN for The Intercessions Handbook is 9780281065028.
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The Intercessions HandbookMary Bartholomew, via The Good Book Stall
First published in 1997 then re-issued in 2005 and 2011.
The fact that this has been re-issued yet again is sure proof that it is well thought of by those who lead intercessions. My review of 2005 still stands.
This book has already rescued many people who have had the duty of leading intercession at worship, thrust upon them. To begin with the author discusses the Challenge of Intercession, then Some Familiar Problems, and then goes through Practicalities, Using the prayers of others, Notes for those who want to develop themselves, Notes and prompts, before going on to examples of many sorts of prayers. An invaluable aid to those approaching leading intercessions with trepidation, and also to any who want to know more.
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Details for The Intercessions Handbook
|Page last updated||21st October 2015|
|Author / Artist||John Pritchard|
|Publisher||Spck (August 2011)|
|Number of Pages||176|