Six Prayers God Always Answers
About Six Prayers: Is it okay to pray for selfish things?
Does a desperate “God help me!” count as a real prayer?
Is a quickly tossed up “prayer-thought” as likely to be answered as a carefully articulated and well-thought-out prayer prayed on your knees before the sun rises?
We all have an impulse to pray, but sometimes when we don’t get the answers we expect, we question whether we know how to pray the right way.
In Six Prayers God Always Answers, Mark Herringshaw and Jennifer Schuchmann point out that the most authentic prayers may not look, feel, or smell like the ones we were taught in Sunday school. Using illustrations from the Bible, history, and pop culture, they demonstrate that prayer isn’t about a specific posture or a recitation of words, but rather the foundation of a relationship—a relationship where some unexpected results can occur.
If you’re frustrated because it seems your prayers often go unanswered, Six Prayers won’t show you how to pray better, but it will show you how to discover the answers you may have overlooked, and how relationship matters more than the words.
Nine Ways God Always Speaks
God is always speaking. Are we listening? This book, also co-authored with Jennifer Schuchmann will explore this fascinating question. It will be released by Tyndale in early 2009.