Prayer: Too Busy Not to Pray

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InterVarsity Press, May 31, 1994 - Religion - 60 pages
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Do you have trouble finding time to pray? So much clamors for your attention: work, school, friends, family, church--the list goes on and on. Time for God and time to pray often seem impossible to fit into packed days and nights. Six studies based on Bill Hybels's Too Busy Not to Pray show you how to slow down, listen to God and find refreshment in his presence.

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User Review  - Nancy Owen - Christianbook.com

I was under the assumption that this was a free-standing book but it is actually a companion study guide to the original book of the same title. You need it to get the most out of the study guide. Read full review

User Review  - anderfam5 - Christianbook.com

I can't wait to use this book in my Bible study class! It will answer questions that a lot of us in class have had. Read full review

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About the author (1994)

Bill Hybels is founding and senior pastor of Willow Creek Community Church in the Chicago suburbs, where over 15,000 attend each weekend. He has written a number of books, including Honest to God, Becoming a Contagious Christian, Making Life Work, Too Busy Not to Pray, Just Walk Across the Room, Holy Discontent, Courageous Leadership and Who You Are When No One's Looking.

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