Many of us are aware of our spiritual nature, and we have a real desire and need to talk to God Prayer, however, seems a difficult thing to do While talking to our friends comes easily, we often think that talking to God does not In How to Pray, John Pritchard takes us on a journey into prayer Whether you are just starting out in your prayer life or want to deepen and refresh it, this practical handbook will be a constant source of ideas and inspiration This bestselling title is now reissued with a new cover


8 thoughts on “How to Pray: A Practical Handbook

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  2. Sonja Sonja says:

    I love this book, it is brilliant guide to structuring your daily prayers, gives links to Bible passages, and also puts you at ease about how to pray, by just talking to our Lord as casual as you would a friend I recommend this book it is just Perfect 3


  3. Moro London Moro London says:

    Excellent overview A than basic exploration good background to various traditions, lots of ideas for putting into practice new ways of praying.


  4. RalphBirch57 RalphBirch57 says:

    Very encouraging book which validates many different types of prayer Helped me to introduce prayer into my routine by suggesting forms of prayer which run with my life rather than cutting across it.


  5. Adrian Grocott Adrian Grocott says:

    This was recommended to me and once received I found it very helpful I used it in conjunction with a prayer meeting I was part of and it was very useful.


  6. Mrsm J. Drury Mrsm J. Drury says:

    Straight forward , easy to understand Exceelnt for gifts at Confirmations, and well recieved.I would recommened John Pritchard any timeHow to Pray, John Pritchard


  7. Mrs P Curry Mrs P Curry says:

    waste of money


  8. Tiswas Tiswas says:

    It was bought as a present so have not read it myself but it was recommended.