Year of Prayer Webinar Series

Chris Heinz —  December 7, 2012 — Leave a comment


Click on the date to attend a free webinar on prayer:

Wed, April 24, 8:30 PM ET: Praying the Bible
In this webinar, we’ll discuss 4 ways to pray the Bible. To create a dynamite connection between prayer and the Bible, attend this webinar.

About the Series
The Year of Prayer Webinar Series includes 12 monthly webinars on prayer. They last half an hour and explore different types of prayer. Each session includes teaching and a prayer for impartation, followed by questions and answers.

There are 12 prayer types, so the series will go through December 2013. Future sessions are:

  • Thanksgiving Prayer
  • Prayer of Agreement
  • Prayer of Confession
  • Fellowship Prayer
  • Listening Prayer
  • Prophetic Prayer
  • Praying in Tongues
  • Warfare Prayer

The webinars are free to attend. You can participate in as many as you like. Once you register, you’ll receive an email with instructions.

A webinar is an online meeting that you watch on your computer or mobile device, and listen using the conference call line or your computer or mobile device. (To use your iPad or iPhone, download the App from iTunes. To use your Android device, download the App from Google Play.)

We hope you’ll join us!

Chris Heinz

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My books, "Made To Pray" and "One-Minute Devotions On Prayer", are helpful guides to developing a satisfying and fruitful prayer life. My experience as a Prayer Warrior, Missionary, and Speaker for over 15 years has prepared me to help Christians turn their ineffective prayer lives into exciting experiences that increase their hunger for God's presence and achieve incredible results through the most powerful tool available, prayer. I've appeared in Charisma Magazine, Extant Magazine, the Christian Post, and the Centre Daily Times, and serve on the National Committee of Mission America Coalition.

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