The Intercession Chronicles by Joseph Parker

Does it really matter if you pray today?

Softcover; 44 pages

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What difference does it make if you pray, or don't pray, today?
Does it really matter at all?
What critically important place does prayer have in your life — or anyone else's?
Are you "too busy" to pray?

This parable about prayer explores these questions and helps to answer them.


Jesse Lenoir is both a common man and an extraordinary man. He looks to be fairly ordinary, but Jesse is a man who takes prayer very seriously. And that is what makes him and his life so extraordinary. Because of his walk with God and his prayer life, angels are at work agressively and fruitfully in and around his life.


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About the Author:

Joseph Parker is a Bible teacher and pastor.  He is on staff with American Family Association and hosts The Hour of Intercession, a radio broadcast airing on the American Family Radio network. In addition, he coordinates pro-life outreach for the minitry of AFA, and he and his wife Birdie host The Festival for Life, a pro-life multimedia event, in local churches.

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