THE ADVENTURE OF PRAYER by Donald J. Campbell

THE ADVENTURE OF PRAYER

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KIRKUS REVIEW

This book on prayer has grown out of the author's experiences at the Northfield summer conferences with discussion groups he has conducted on problems of personal religious living. Accordingly, the questions the author endeavors to answer are those which bother a great many people in their thought of prayer. The chapter headings reveal how practical a book it is. They are: ""The Environment of Prayer"", ""What We Seek in Prayer"", ""The When and How of Prayer"", ""Praying for Ourselves"", ""Praying for Others"", ""Unanswered Prayer"", ""Growth in Prayer"", ""The Need for Prayer"". It will be a useful volume for conference and study group leaders, for ministers and teachers.

Pub Date: March 21st, 1949
Publisher: Abingdon-Cokesbury