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  • Publisher: Day One
  • Publication Date: March 2010
  • ISBN: FTAUTGPATEACHTHEMTOPRAYCULTI9781846251962

Teach Them to Pray: Cultivating God-Dependency in Your Church (Ministering the Master's Way)

Tautges, Paul

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A life of prayer is irrefutable proof of God–dependency. This is not only true of the individual believer, but also of the local church as evidenced in the New Testament. Therefore, churches need to learn how to pray. But who will teach them? In this book, Paul Tautges convinces his readers that pastors and elders must not only tell members of their flock to pray—they must teach them. They must regularly instruct them in the biblical principles, examples, and commands concerning a life of prayer. In short, churches need a theology of prayer. And ministers of the gospel need a practical tool to help them produce an atmosphere of God–dependency in their churches. Teach Them to Pray is that tool. Here is theologically rich, yet practical, instruction for busy church leaders.

About the Author

Paul Tautges serves as senior pastor of Cornerstone Community Church in suburban Cleveland, Ohio, having previously pastored for 22 years in Sheboygan, Wisconsin. Paul has authored eight books including Counseling One Another, Brass Heavens, and Comfort the Grieving, and contributed chapters to two volumes produced by the Biblical Counseling Coalition. He is also the series editor of the LifeLine Mini-books from Shepherd Press. Paul and his wife Karen are the parents of ten children (three married), and have two grandchildren. Paul enjoys writing as a means of encouraging spiritual growth among believers and, therefore, blogs regularly at Counseling One Another.

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A life of prayer is irrefutable proof of God–dependency. This is not only true of the individual believer, but also of the local church as evidenced in the New Testament. Therefore, churches need to learn how to pray. But who will teach them? In this book, Paul Tautges convinces his readers that pastors and elders must not only tell members of their flock to pray—they must teach them. They must regularly instruct them in the biblical principles, examples, and commands concerning a life of prayer. In short, churches need a theology of prayer. And ministers of the gospel need a practical tool to help them produce an atmosphere of God–dependency in their churches. Teach Them to Pray is that tool. Here is theologically rich, yet practical, instruction for busy church leaders.

About the Author

Paul Tautges serves as senior pastor of Cornerstone Community Church in suburban Cleveland, Ohio, having previously pastored for 22 years in Sheboygan, Wisconsin. Paul has authored eight books including Counseling One Another, Brass Heavens, and Comfort the Grieving, and contributed chapters to two volumes produced by the Biblical Counseling Coalition. He is also the series editor of the LifeLine Mini-books from Shepherd Press. Paul and his wife Karen are the parents of ten children (three married), and have two grandchildren. Paul enjoys writing as a means of encouraging spiritual growth among believers and, therefore, blogs regularly at Counseling One Another.

  • Cover Type:
  • 124 Pages
  • Publisher: Day One
  • Publication Date: March 2010
  • ISBN: FTAUTGPATEACHTHEMTOPRAYCULTI9781846251962