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Welcome to “Pray-ers Anonymous” a group for prayer quitters!

Prayer

Have you given up on praying because it’s too hard? Too boring? You don’t know what to pray?

“Hi, my name is Sandy and I’m a prayer quitter!”

 I’ve even written a book on prayer, but sometimes I admit I don’t want to pray!

And then comes the guilt, the self-doubt, the lack of faith.

If you’ve ever experienced these feelings, welcome to “Pray-ers Anonymous” — a group where we can be totally honest about our failure to pray and even about our lack of desire and motivation to pray! Our members include pastors, Bible teachers, missionaries and average Christians like us.

Come explore with other believers how to revitalize your prayer live!

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You also might want to join my BeADisciple.com5-week online class—LORD, ITS BORING IN MY PRAYER CLOSET beginning July 8th. Participants sign on and complete weekly assignments at their own pace as well as participate in an online forum discussion on prayer.

We use my book by the same title as the  basis for the course.

Sign up for course here: http://bit.ly2EXBwmd

Link to book on Amazon: amzn.to/2F81PpUw

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Online class–Lord, It’s Boring in My Prayer Closet

Join me for an online class on prayer!

I teach an online  course based on my book, Lord, It’s Boring in My Prayer Closet, for BeADisciple.com–a great online site affiliated with Southwestern College that offers a variety of Christian classes for pastors, lay leaders and all who want to go deeper with the Lord.

 

For more info see click here: BeADisciple

Online Course based on my book!

Be A Disciple online class

Beginning January 16th I will be teaching an online class on prayer, based on my book, Lord, It’s Boring in My Prayer Closet (How to Revitalize Your Prayer Life) at BeADisciple.com.

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IFD236 – Lord, It’s Boring in My Prayer Closet: How to Revitalize Your Prayer Life
Course Dates: January 16 – March 3, 2017

Description:

If prayer is so important, why is it so hard? Many Christians struggle to overcome boredom and listlessness in prayer. During this seven week study, participants will examine their own prayer life and be challenged to experience prayer in some new ways that will revitalize their prayer life.

Geared for those new to prayer as well as seasoned prayer warriors, this course helps students understand why God gave us prayer and discover their “personal prayer sphere” and their personal “prayer passion.” Students will use scriptures in a new way to form prayers and prayer declarations, learn ways to fix a prayer life that is offline, and explore related topics such as spiritual warfare and fasting. Instructor Sandra Chambers will share her own struggles and victories as she has sought to become more engaged with her prayer life.

Click on “Be A Disciple online class”  above to go directly to the class listing where you can register.  And please share with friends!

 

Discover Your Prayer Passion

How to move beyond prayers for “me and mine”–allowing your heart to beat in rhythm with God’s heart.

Discover Your Prayer Passion

Discover Your Prayer Passion

Without passion, our prayer lives become stagnant, boring and ineffective. While most Christians believe prayer is important, few would use the word passionate to describe their prayer life. Instead, many admit to being distracted, bored and frustrated when it come to personal prayer.

Read the entire article which appears in the December 2015 issue of Charisma Magazine at Discover Your Prayer Passion

(This article is based on my book, Lord, It’s Boring in My Prayer Closet (How to Revitalize Your Prayer Life) which is available at Amazon.com and Kindle.

 

The “War Room”

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I was privileged to see the new faith-based film, The War Room, in a pre-lease showing last night. I encourage everyone to see this film. A little slow at first, it builds in interest and by the end you’re shouting, “Hallelujah.” It’s a powerful call to Christians to enter the “War Room” of our prayer closets to pray for the Church, our nation and the next generation.

As Christians, our true source of power does not rest in our political system or political leaders, nor in our economic power or influence, but in God alone. And our battle plan must come from Him if we are to take back the Church, our nation and the next generation. Continue reading