Author(s): Steve Nation
It is impossible to read the Book of Acts and miss the importance of prayer in the life and ministry of the early Church. A Call to Extraordinary Prayer is a rallying cry to God's people to how before Him and pray, and see multitudes deeply and eternally changed. Each chapter includes reflection questions which can be used in an individual or group setting. Book jacket.
"This book is clear, warm-hearted and compelling. Steve has done us a real service in presenting this biblical call to prayer to us in a fresh and real way." – Gary Millar, Principal of Queensland Theological College, Brisbane
"A Call to Extraordinary Prayer is part study of prayer in Acts, and part rally cry to the church gathered to pray. Read it and you will be greatly encouraged and motivated to pray because we pray to our great God, good and powerful, and the sovereign overseer of our lives. Read it and you will most likely be rebuked as the spotlight is shone on your own prayer life. The church gathered is the church praying: is that true of us?" – Jenny Salt, Dean of Students, Sydney Missionary and Bible College
"Any book that causes me to reflect deeply on whether I am a prayerfully dependent child of God and minister of Christ's church, and whether our church is truly a strong church, gets a big 'thumbs up' and 'thanks be to God!'. A Call to Extraordinary Prayer certainly did both those things for me. As a result of reading this book, I've been praying more. As a result of reading this book, I've led the church, and especially the leaders, to be praying more. For this, I and the church God has entrusted me to pastor, thank you. – Ben Ho, Pastor of St Lucia Evangelical Church, Brisbane
Steve Nation is Connect Pastor at St. Matthew's Anglican Church in Wanniassa, Canberra, Australia. Prior to this, he was a pastor in both Sydney and Brisbane - mostly in small churches, church plants, and conference ministries. He is a graduate of Sydney Missionary and Bible College, where he met and married Keiyeng. They have three much-loved kids.