If God Knows What I Need, Why Should I Pray?: Taking the Religion Out of Praying
|by Kent Crockett|
| Retail: $16.95|
Size: 6 x 9 inches
Pub Date: June 2016
Item Number: 707375
Categories: Christian Living; Religion and Culture
Popular author Kent Crockett has written yet another practical, relatable, and inspiring book— this time on prayer. If you’ve ever wondered how to pray or why we even need to, this book offers biblical instruction and shows us the heart of God in the process.
Kent Crockett wants to take the religion out of prayer. By “religion” he means methods and rituals that are a counterfeit to the true way of talking with God. In this accesible book, Kent Crockett answers common questions about prayer and helps readers develop a stronger prayer life.
“The author has an easy to read style that intersperses personal stories and experiences he has observed over his long career as a pastor along with biblical references that accurately pinpoint how God wants us to hurdle these problems.... Pastor Crockett has a tender heart for pastoral care of his flock and it’s brillantly evident in his latest book.”
Kent Crockett is a graduate of Texas A&M University and Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary, and is president of Making Life Count Ministries www.makinglifecount.net. He is the author of 8 books including Slaying Your Giants, The Sure Cure for Worry, and Making Today Count for Eternity. He and his wife Cindy live in Prattville, Alabama.