For Those Who Struggle to Pray

Do you find prayer to be a difficult habit to maintain? Maybe the word “habit” bothers you. The bottom line is we know that prayer is the means by which we can maintain an ever-deepening love relationship with Jesus Christ.

The book Contending for the Habit of Daily Prayer was written to help people discover how they too can learn how to cultivate a meaningful, dynamic, daily habit of prayer. But, it’s not just a book! It is a plan! That’s what this website is all about. Here’s how it works…

Step 1

Find a few friends (preferably at least four plus yourself but no more than eight) who also struggle with prayer in one way or another and read the book together. (You can purchase the book through Amazon in paperback or for the Kindle and soon in an audio book. You can also purchase it directly from Issachar Imprints. Or, if you are on Long Island, you can purchase it at the Smithtown Gospel Tabernacle offices. For more information about the book, its author, or to read an excerpt, click here!)

Step 2

Meet once a week for five weeks to honestly answer the questions based on the guidelines laid out in Chapter 4 and the weekly assignments in APPENDIX 2, and to encourage one another.

Step 3

Repeat as needed. I love teaching this class because it helps me to stay sharp in my prayer life!

You can get started right now by clicking here!



2 thoughts on “For Those Who Struggle to Pray

  1. Hello everyone…

    Hope all is well.

    I did go into my set place everyday. Switched it up one day since my daughter fell asleep in my room.

    I went in at around the same time as I am trying to adjust to a new schedule and seeing how this time works for me

    I did go in seeking intimacy. And I found it although there were times I just stood quietly as I was at a lost for words. But He let me know He was there w/ me.

    I know this is important and will continue.

    Hope you all have a blessed week.


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