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Praying like Jesus doesn’t just change your prayer life; it changes your entire life. There are many books on prayer, and books on Jesus, but there is a need for a book about the prayer life of Jesus since His prayer life alone was the perfect prayer life. How did Jesus pray? Why did Jesus pray? Where did Jesus pray? These questions and more will be examined as we look at what Jesus taught about prayer, as well as what Jesus modeled in prayer. This book will be biblical, practical, and easy to read so that it is accessible to a broad audience. Many people, Christian and non-Christian alike, statistically value prayer and try to have some sort of prayer life. But most people struggle to build any momentum in their prayer lives when they fall into a rut. In Pray Like Jesus, Mark and Ashley want to help people build momentum in their prayer lives by experiencing the presence of God in an ever-deepening, life-giving, burden-relieving, and hope-lifting relationship with Jesus Christ.
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About the Author
Mark Driscoll is a Jesus-following, mission-leading, church-serving, people-loving, Bible-preaching pastor and the author of many books, including Real Marriage and Who Do You Think You Are? With a skillful mix of bold presentation, accessible teaching, and unrelenting compassion for those who are hurting the most—particularly women who are victims of sexual and physical abuse and assault—Pastor Mark has taken biblical Christianity into cultural corners rarely explored by evangelicals.Ashley Chase is the Driscolls’ oldest of five children. She studied theology at Capenwray Bible College in Costa Rica, is a graduate with honors from the Master’s program at the Barrett Honors College, was recently married, and is a gifted Bible teacher who speaks and writes fluently in English and Spanish and at a functional level in Portuguese. She is the Missions Director at The Trinity Church and was a campus leader for the prayer tent that prayed day and night for an entire school year at Arizona State University, the largest university in America.