A Young Woman's Call to Prayer Talking with God About Your Life
Written by Elizabeth George
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A Young Woman's Call to Prayer Talking with God About Your Life by Elizabeth GeorgeElizabeth George, author of A Young Woman After God's Own Heart , which reached number 1 on Christian Marketplace's Young-Adult bestseller list, offers another exciting teen book - A Young Woman's Call to Prayer . From her own journey, the Bible, and the lives of others, Elizabeth reveals the explosive power and dynamic impact of prayer on everyday life. Older teens will discover how to: make prayer a reality; establish a regular time for talking with God; pray from their hearts for daily needs; live God's will to the max; and, worship God through prayer. A Young Woman's Call to Prayer gives step-by-step guidance for experiencing an enthusiastic prayer life. It is great for Sunday school, group studies, and individual reading.
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More books by Elizabeth George
Harvest House Publishers,U.S.
31st December 2004
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