“Can prayer actually do something to make my life different and better?”
Prayer 101 explores this question in different ways. It begins with an invitation by God to pray, demonstrating that God desires to have a dialogue with us. Readers will find themselves in conversation with writers from many perspectives, and ultimately, in conversation with the One who invites prayer. Don Aycock’s skillful and friendly style is much like a tour guide, walking readers through the landscape of prayer, concentrating on the highlights. He looks at what prayer is not in order to better understand what it is. Examining several key passages of Scripture, Aycock opens them up to discover what prayer does to us and to those around us.
It has been reported in recent Gallop polls that up to seventy-five percent of Americans pray. Clearly, people are wanting to know God and desire to communicate with God. This book explains that it is instinctive to pray, and God desires to communicate with us too. In Prayer 101, Don Aycock shows us what prayer does for us and for others.