When God's People Pray DVD
by Jim Cymbala;
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When God's People Pray
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Prayer can change lives and circumstances like nothing else can. What are the keys that unlock its power, that turn prayer from a mere activity into a vital link with God and all his resources?
In this DVD, Jim Cymbala, pastor of Brooklyn Tabernacle, shows you and your small group truths about prayer that God has used to turn his own church from a tiny, struggling inner-city congregation into a vital, thriving community of believers who pray with passion, focus, and faith.
Featuring teachings by Jim Cymbala and video interviews of ordinary people who have received extraordinary answers to their prayers, these six sessions will help you pray with new confidence.
1. God’s Heart for Us
2. The Amazing Power of Prayer
3. Obedience in Prayer
4. The Word of God and Prayer
5. Why Prayer Matters
6. Creating a Prayer Ministry in Your Church
Includes a 32 page leaders guide
When God's People Pray by Jim Cymbala was published by Zondervan in March 2007 and is our 13696th best seller. The ISBN for When God's People Pray is 025986267353.
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Is this compatible with UK DVD players please?
Yes, this DVD is produced in Region 0 format and will play on all standard UK machines.
How long is each session on this DVD?
There are six sessions, which last approximately 15 minutes each.
Do I need to have read the complete book prior to commencing the small group study?
The DVD can work effectively for individual viewers but is complemented by the Participant's Guide. This DVD pack includes the Leader's Guide.
Details for When God's People Pray
|Page last updated||7th May 2013|
|Author / Artist||Jim Cymbala|
|Publisher||Zondervan (March 2007)|