16 Books for Women Who Want to Grow Their Prayer Life

Prayer is one of the greatest gifts we’ve been given as believers.  But that doesn’t mean that prayer always comes easily or that we fully understand how prayer works!

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Recently, our readers shared their favorite books on prayer, and today I’d like to pass these on to you as we prepare for the coming year.  For more inspiration, you can also check out the post 10 Powerful Books That Will Deepen Your Prayer Life to see my personal recommendations as well.

16 books for women who want to grow in their prayer life

 

I hope these resources not only help deepen our understanding of prayer, but help us become better prayer warriors.

16 Favorite Books on Prayer:

The Battle Plan For Prayer by Stephen Kendrick and Alex Kendrick

Confessions of A Prayer Slacker by Diane Moody

EM Bounds on Prayer

The Kneeling Christian by Anonymous

Partners in Prayer by John Maxwell

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Prayer: A Holy Occupation by Oswald Chambers

Prayer For Those Who Grieve by Jill Kelly

Prayer That Works by Jill Briscoe

Prayers for Prodigals by James Banks

Praying the Bible by Donald Whitney

Praying Through The Bible by Nancy Guthrie

Spiritual Disciplines for the Christian Life by Donald Whitney

Susie: The Life And Legacy Of Susanna Spurgeon, Charles Spurgeon’s Wife

Talking With My Father by Ray Stedman

Too Busy Not To Pray by Bill Hybels

Whispers Of Hope by Beth Moore

As the year draws to a close and we pray about and focus on God’s plans for us in the new year, you may be interested in learning more about Grace Goals, the biblical goals-setting system designed for setting and implementing your spiritual goal!  Not sure what Grace Goals is?  It’s a goal-setting process based on Scripture to help you steward your one precious life so that you don’t fall short of the potential you have in Christ.  Learn more about biblical goal setting with Grace Goals right here!

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