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Hansen provides an appendix describing possible ways to use this book in classes or small group studies.
The historical figures Hansen chooses for teaching these prayer styles are St. Benedict of Nursia, Martin Luther, and the "Pilgrim" of The Prayer of the Pilgrim.
Really a unique approach and excellent survey of various ways of prayer from all corners of the Christian tradition.
i found this review of significant Christian leaders approach to prayer to be most enlightening and encourganing, not to mention the practical methods of prayer they applied.Published 2 months ago by Rudy Schenken
There really is not much I can add that has not already been said more exhaustively and eloquently by the other reviewers. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Fred in Texas
Highly recommend this book! Great for a group study. We are half way through and have enjoyed praying each recommended way of prayer.Published 8 months ago by mms
I was looking for different guide lines to help my prayer life. Gary Hansen gave me new ways to spend time in prayer. It was specific enough to help me.Published 12 months ago by Richard Christian
This is an extraordinary expose of various methods down through the centuries. The women in our Spirituality Group find it very inspiring and encouraging in finding an individual... Read morePublished 14 months ago by Maureen Fleming
This is the best book I have read on prayer. Hansen engages the mind with a well-researched look into the prayer practices of several giants of the faith. Read morePublished 15 months ago by Dr. Mark D. Ward
Unlike nearly every other book about prayer I've read, Gary doesn't write about what he thinks prayer should be, instead he points the reader in the direction of historical... Read morePublished 16 months ago by Adulcia
I have just started, but am enjoying it very much. What I appreciate so very much is the how to and where to go for more instruction. Great job!Published 18 months ago by Suzanne M. Wobig