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This Is How We Pray

Discovering a Life of Intimate Friendship With God
Narrated by: Adam Dressler
Length: 5 hrs and 24 mins
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This Is How We Pray offers a fresh invitation to examine how we pray. Theology and doctrine can feel overwhelming. And specific devotional practices can feel too limiting. Instead, this book offers a unique and needed perspective on prayer, inviting you into a more intimate friendship with God.

Through personal anecdotes, biblical stories, ancient wisdom, and modern insights from spiritual writers, philosophers, and even cooking documentaries, Adam Dressler walks through the realities we face in the midst of our everyday lives and then reveals how they can direct us toward a deeper friendship with God through our prayers.

God promises to meet with us. This Is How We Pray points to this timeless truth and reminds us that we can experience this promise right where we are.

©2019 Adam Dressler (P)2019 Oasis Audio

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  • 06-20-19

Learning to love God deeply

Transparent, honest. Author inspires readers into deeper relationship with God by pointing to Christ. Must-listen!

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Hit the nail on the head

I appreciate the transparency of Adam. If a pastor can admit to feeling the same way I do, then I'm not so bad after all.