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God's Purposes in Prayer (Student Guide 51 or more copies)

This online curriculum uses examples from some of the oldest biblical texts to help users guide their words and hearts while gaining new insights into God's purposes in prayer.

[Choose this version of the student guide if you wish to make 51 or more copies for distribution. If you need to distribute fewer copies, please choose a lower level licensing option: 1-20 copies; 21-50 copies.]

A leader guide is also available: one copy, two copies, three or more copies.

Click the icon to download a free sample lesson.

Lessons are as follows:

  • Forgiveness and Restoration
  • Direction and Confidence
  • Petition and Hope
  • Loyalty and Trust
  • Identity and Purpose
  • Discernment and Obedience
  • Vision and Deliverance
  • Faith and Possibility
  • Dependence and Intervention
  • Memory and Mercy
  • Confession and Insight
  • Perspective and Justice
  • Presence and Security


  • Bob Fox
  • Jan Turrentine
  • Jack Glasgow
  • Ginny Ireland
  • Gary Burton
  • Wayne Hager
  • Carol Anne Janzen
  • Bill Shiell
  • Drew Smith
  • Jim Holladay
  • David Wilkinson
  • Bob Allen.

Curriculum Editor: Jan Turrentine.

Price: $ 48.00

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