Item description for No Easy Road: Discover the Extraordinary Power of Personal Prayer by Dick Eastman & Bill Bright...
Overview Understanding prayer as the crux of Christian commitment, and offering guidance for conquering rugged prayer heights, this book helps readers tap this source of God's extraordinary spiritual power.
Publishers Description Praying Christians are society's best revolutionaries. They engage in the most remarkable act a human can perform, and, in so doing, unleash God's sustaining power. In No Easy Road, Dick Eastman offers challenge, guidance, and encouragement to help believers on the sometimes difficult, though always rewarding, journey of prayer. This best-selling classic, originally published by Baker in 1971, tracks a Pilgrim's Progress-like progression down the road of prayer. Using stories from biblical times to today, it walks readers through the Peak of Unbelief, the Plateau of Intercession, the Mountain of Self-will, and more. Designed for all believers who seek to revitalize their prayer lives, it is also a pertinent resource for pastors, prayer leaders, missionaries, and others who wish to mobilize others to pray.
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Format: Deluxe Edition
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.44" Width: 6.6" Height: 0.43" Weight: 0.5 lbs.
Release Date Jun 1, 2003
Publisher Baker Publishing Group
ISBN 0800793366 ISBN13 9780800793364
Availability 0 units.
More About Dick Eastman & Bill Bright
DICK EASTMAN is international president of Every Home for Christ, a global evangelism ministry that has planted over 2.3 billion gospel messages home by home in 194 nations. His books on prayer, evangelism and Christian growth have sold more than 3 million copies worldwide. Dick also serves as president of America's National Prayer Committee.
Dick Eastman currently resides in Monument, in the state of Colorado. Dick Eastman was born in 1955.
Reviews - What do customers think about No Easy Road: Discover the Extraordinary Power of Personal Prayer?
Unsupported Jan 18, 2010
While obviously well intended, the author fails to convey and adequately support the man points. The book is nearly completely written with quotes from other authors and even quotes of other authors quoting other authors. There are many times where I felt the author missed the opportunity to support his point with scripture when there were many obvious passages to choose from. If you want a great book on prayer, cut out the middle man and find a biography on George Mueller, of whom Eastman quotes numerous times.
No Easy Road by Dick Eastman Jun 14, 2009
This book was for my brother, who said it's a very good and helpful book. He's a Pastor.