With thanksgiving to God, we are delighted to announce that Praying Together—Megan’s new book—will be released later this month by Crossway Publishers.
Keep reading to learn more about Praying Together and how you can order (or be given!) a copy.
From the Back Cover
A Christian never prays alone. Heard by the Father and helped by the Son and Spirit, and joined with the prayers of others, a believer’s prayer always expresses a relationship. It is fitting, then, that God designed the church to be a community of believers who regularly pray together. And yet we often fail to prioritize these times in our daily lives.
Exploring the Bible’s teaching on corporate prayer and the rich blessings that result, Praying Together will help you delight in the privilege of prayer and give you the practical tools to make praying with others a regular practice in your home, your church, and your community.
Table of Contents
THE FOUNDATIONS OF PRAYING TOGETHER
THE FRUITS OF PRAYING TOGETHER
THE PRACTICE OF PRAYING TOGETHER
7 Praying with the Church
8 Praying with Partners and Groups
9 Praying with Family and Guests
*each chapter also has questions for personal or group study*
Jen Wilkin ~ J. Ligon Duncan, III ~ Katelyn Beaty ~ Derek W.H. Thomas
Kate Shellnutt ~ Melissa Kruger ~ Jane Patete ~ Guy Prentiss Waters
Joel R. Beeke ~ Martha Manikas-Foster ~ Jen Pollock Michel
*read the endorsements here*
Get Your Copy
You can pre-order at Crossway or Amazon.
And to celebrate Praying Together’s upcoming release, we will be giving away a copy of Praying Together:
Leave a comment on this post giving your name and telling us who you pray with in your home, community, or church.
One name will be chosen at random and will be announced Monday, April 11. We will contact you, and a copy of Praying Together will be mailed to the address you provide.
Thank you for your encouragements over the years here at Sunday Women. Would you join us in praying that this book would encourage God's people--families, community groups, and whole churches--to pray together?
UPDATE: And the winner is the 11th commentor: Melissa. Congratulations!