Reformation Heritage Books
How Should we Pray at Prayer Meetings
Ryan M. McGraw
Prayer meetings are a vital aspect to the life and ministry of the church. But experience shows that taking prayer requests and conducting Bible study often crowd out time for actual prayer. In this booklet, Ryan McGraw highlights common pitfalls experienced in prayer meetings and offers practical remedies. By giving careful attention to the relationship between participants and the best manner of using our time, our prayer meetings can be better suited to glorify God, advance the gospel, and edify the saints.
Ryan M. McGraw is associate professor of systematic theology, Greenville Presbyterian Theological Seminary