Well Aimed Prayers

In Church, General Interest, Scripture on April 22, 2009 at 4:35 pm

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Most of us pray before a meal, when we’re in trouble or when asked to remember the health needs of those around us, yet often we struggle in praying for much more. This conversation with Rev. John Sartelle, Senior Minister at Tates Creek Presbyterian Church in Lexington, KY, looks at a passge found in First Timothy with instruction on how we should be praying as Christians.

This conversation is based on Rev. Sartelle’s upcoming article in the May edition of TableTalk Magazine entitled: “Well Aimed Prayers,” available from Ligoneir Ministries.


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