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“Do you wish you were a better prayer?”
Pose this question to any believer and the answer would likely be a resounding “yes!” While a strong prayer life is the desire of many believers, the reality is often difficult to come by.
In Prayer Coach, James L. Nicodem begins with a frank discussion about the obstacles of prayer and then offers practical suggestions and basic principles on how readers can strengthen their prayer lives and bring depth to this spiritual discipline. As readers apply the methods taught in this book, they will learn to approach the throne of God with passion, fervency, and confidence.
“Prayer Coach teaches excellent theology, but it is the most useful practical help I know to those wanting to develop the discipline of prayer.” — D. A. Carson, Research Professor of New Testament, Trinity Evangelical Divinity School
“This book had a singular effect on me. It made me want to pray more.” — Bill Hybels, Senior Pastor, Willow Creek Community Church, author of Too Busy Not to Pray
“Scores of insights that Prayer Coach uncovers promise to sustain a desire for more of Jesus in my life.” — Bill McCartney, Founder, Promise Keepers, former head football coach, University of Colorado
“Jim has distilled his lifetime of insights and practices into this accessible and practical book.” — Lee Strobel, author of The Case for the Real Jesus
“A masterful job of making prayer accessible while retaining its mysterious majesty.” — Sandy Rios, talk show host, WYLL Radio, FOX News Contributor
“One of the most inspiring books I have ever read! It takes your prayer life from T-ball to the big leagues.” — Matt Dally, bassist/vocalist for Superchick
James L. Nicodem is the senior pastor of Christ Community Church in St. Charles, Illinois, which he launched in 1984 along with six couples. The church has now grown to over 4,000 people on several campuses. A graduate of Wheaton College and Trinity Evangelical Divinity School (DMin), Nicodem enjoys helping believers deepen their relationships with Christ. He and his wife Sue reside near Chicago and have three children.