ReFrame Prayer Resources

February 3, 2023

Book Titles

Don Carson, Praying With Paul: A Call to Spiritual Reformation, Baker Academic, 2015.

Tim Chester, The Message of Prayer: Approaching the Throne of Grace, (The Bible Speaks Today Bible Theme Series), ‎ IVP, 2003.

Tim Chester, You Can Pray: Finding Grace to Pray Every Day, ‎ P & R Publishing, 2014.

John Calvin, “Prayer”, A section from Calvin’s The Institutes of Christian Religion. You can get this free online.

Tim Keller, Prayer: Experiencing Awe and Intimacy with God, ‎ Penguin Books, 2016.

Richard Foster, Prayer, Hod Experiencing Awe der & Stoughton, 2008.

Anne Woodcock, “Real prayer: Connecting with our heavenly Father”, study guide, The Good Book Company, 2017.

Book Reviews

Other Resources

To teach Children

Robert. C. Sproul, The Barber Who Wanted to Pray, Crossway, 2011. 

Actual prayers 

Arthur Bennett, The Valley of Vision, Banner of Truth, 1975. 

Piercing Heaven: Prayers of the Puritans, Robert Elmer, Editor  

Tim Chester, Into His Presence: Praying with the Puritans, The Good Book Company, 2022. 

From Peter Adam—google “Peter Adam prayers”—an A4 sheet of paper for each day of the week to use and kick start your prayers. 

Podcasts & Articles – link through ENGAGE Library 

How Do I pray the Bible

Tim Keller: The Bridge to Prayer

How to Keep Praying, Scott Hubberd, Desiring God

Lament, Tear Australia. Why the world needs our prayers of lament | Tearfund Australia

Praying Bible Enriched prayers

Tim Keller on Spiritual Life after a terminal diagnosis   

Natasha Moore: on lament

Prayer Guides

Barnabas Fund

Anglican Aid


Baptist World Aid

PrayerMate App has other prayer guides

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