Confessions Of A Prayer Slacker

I’ve spent a great deal of my summer study break reading about and working on my prayer life. I know it sounds weird to say that I was “working” on my prayer life but trust me, it needed work.

One of several resources which was very helpful to me was a book entitled Confessions of a Prayer Slacker by my friend Diane Moody. Diane has been a part of Cross Point pretty much from the start and is a regular reader and commentor here on the blog. Man, she did a fantastic job with this book, which releases this week.

She says early on in the book that her goal is to “Help you find the joy of meeting God every single day, one-on-one, heart-to-heart, until you reach a point where you can’t even imagine starting your day without Him.”

I love that and I so desire that for my own prayer life!

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Pete Wilson
Pete Wilson is the founding pastor of Cross Point Church in Nashville, TN and author of a new book entitled Plan B, his thoughts about what to do when life doesn’t turn out the way you thought it would. He is a frequent blogger on his popular ministry blog, Pete is married and has three sons.