In the Name of Jesus: Power to Pray for People and Places
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Learn about prayer walking, the most effective evangelism strategy for reaching big cities, small towns, neighborhoods, and loved ones.
What if, instead of praying for an effective strategy to reach the lost, we realize prayer is the strategy?
In most industrialized nations, the spread of the gospel is painfully slow. “The workers are few” (Luke 10:2, NIV) due in large part to the prevailing culture of protecting privacy and personal space. Though some are willing to knock on doors or to preach in public, most would never consider participating in such assertive outreach.
Yet introverted and privacy-conscious Christians need not be left out of evangelism! We usually think of prayer in a supporting role to ministry; but when it comes to large cities or other challenging fields, small or large, a prayer plan that works is the first and most important step.
If you know how to walk and talk to God at the same time, you can have an effective soul-winning ministry. Prayer walking is something everyone can do: youth with their friends after school, young mothers with their children in strollers, retired people who walk for their health, or those who walk during work breaks.
In Dr. Ron Clouzet’s In the Name of Jesus, you will read inspiring stories about successful prayer walkers and learn the
- historical precedent for prayer walking,
- Bible promises related to answered prayer,
- legal issues God faces related to answering prayers on behalf of others, and
- strategies for developing your own prayer-walking program.
There’s no better time than today to make a real, positive difference in your community through prayer walking. It’s great exercise too! Those who can’t walk can roll (in a car, bike, or wheelchair) or do a virtual prayer walk with a map or an app like Google Earth.
Those with a passion to see greater success in preparing the cities of the world for the second coming of Jesus Christ will find this to be a powerful resource.
- Geoffrey G. Mbwana, general vice president of the General Conference
I believe this book should be read by every serious believer as its message has the power to revolutionize our church.
- Melody Mason, GC United in Prayer coordinator and author of Daring to Ask for More
In the Name of Jesus is one of those rare books that not only deals with profoundly important and deeply relevant material but also has you hoping it will never end.
- John Bradshaw, president, It Is Written
Now is the time for us all to move beyond talking and dreaming about the last great breakthroughs to really praying and seeing the change in our own lives, our families, churches, and the world around us! Read it, and watch the Lord work!
- Jerry and Janet Page, General Conference Ministerial Association
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