John Onwuchewa, What If I Don’t Desire to Pray? (Wheaton: Crossway, 2020), 48 pp.
It is not uncommon to hear about Christians who struggled with prayer. John Onwuchewa addresses this theme in his excellent book, What if I Don’t Desire to Pray? The author’s work is a part of the Crossway series, Church Questions.
Onwuchewa’s book brings much-needed perspective to the subject of prayer. It is not a book that surveys the philosophy of prayer. Rather, it contains several gems that will motivate readers to analyze their reluctance to pray and get them moving in the right direction.
There is no hint of legalism here. The author refuses to use guilt tactics to push his readers in a prayerful direction. Rather, the book is motivated by grace.
Recommended for both new and seasoned Christ-followers.
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2 thoughts on “What If I Don’t Desire to Pray?”
it is essential book for our church. But it should be translated into our languages to reach out our people.
Which language, sir?