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Praying With Power
Praying With Power by C Peter Wagner

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Author: C. Peter Wagner
Subtitle: How to Pray Effectively and Hear God Clearly
Format: Paperback
Length: 285 Pages
Published: 1997

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C. Peter Wagner reveals his personal approach to prayer, and provides you with practical steps for deepening and strengthening your own prayer life. Praying with Power leads you into intimate, life-changing communication with your Father, the almighty God.

Dr. Wagner answers personal, practical questions about prayer including:

  • How can I make my prayers more effective?
  • How can I hear God better?
  • How can I pray for my community?
  • How do I network with like-minded prayer warriors?

As a missionary for almost 20 years in Bolivia, Dr. Wagners interesting insights about witchcraft, two-way prayer, and corporate prayer introduce concepts you may not have previously considered.

Also provided are steps for establishing a prayer ministry in your church or small group, and how to use prayer to heal past wounds.

Discover today the Praying with Power brings you closer to God.

Table of Contents


Chapter 1: Prayer Can be Powerful (Or Otherwise)

Chapter 2: Two-Way Prayer: Hearing God

Chapter 3: Strategic-Level Intercession

Chapter 4: Targeting Our Prayers: Spiritual Mapping

Chapter 5: The Power to Heal the Past

Chapter 6: Fresh Prayer Energy for Your Church

Chapter 7: Gods Gift of Personal Intercessors for Leaders

Chapter 8: Praying for Our Cities

Chapter 9: Prayer Power for the Nations

Chapter 10: Innovative Praying


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About the Author

C. Peter Wagner serves as founding president of Global Harvest Ministries and chancellor of Wagner Leadership Institute. His apostolic ministry regularly convenes strategic groups of apostles, prophets, deliverance ministers, and educators. He taught at the Fuller Theological Seminary School of Intercultural Studies for 30 years, and he is the author of over 70 published works. He and his wife, Doris, have three children, nine grandchildren, and three great-grandchildren.