Ligonier Ministries is “committed to faithfully presenting the unvarnished truth of Scripture to help people grow in their knowledge of God and His holiness.” Anecdotal evidence has shown an increasing lack of theological understanding in America, both outside and inside the church. Ligonier Ministries wanted to understand with accuracy the extent of the need to improve that understanding.
Ligonier Ministries commissioned a research study by LifeWay Research to measure the theological awareness of adult Americans. Ligonier Ministries identified specific doctrines and heresies that they wanted to test. LifeWay Research helped refine these questions and to conduct a survey of 3,000 Americans.
Questions focused on seven key doctrinal areas and included a number of specific areas where Americans differ from historic and orthodox views.
My blog leans in the direction of the subject prayer and one of the questions deals with prayer, so …
“God continues to answer specific prayers”
Agree Strongly: 38%
Agree Somewhat: 29%
Disagree Somewhat: 11%
Disagree Strongly: 10%
Not Sure: 13%
I think that this is a legitimate question. What answer do you fall under? Check out my teaching novels on the subject of prayer. You can read sample chapters, just click on the links on the side menu. In my book, A Reasons to Pray at Mountainview, this subject is handled along with 4 other reasons to pray. The second novel–The Place of Prayer, is much larger and covers the subject of prayer from a practical or “How To” perspective. The book uses Jesus’ teaching on prayer from The Gospel of Matthew, Chapter six. If you’d like to learn more about prayer, my bias opinion recommends picking these two books.
Here is a review of my novel, A Reason to Pray at Mountainview, by Calvin Yarbrough that is posted on Amazon.
I am a Youth Minister, Mentor, and Motivational Speaker. Having worked with youth in these capacities for over 20 years, I wanted to see if this book would be another tool to aid me in reaching our young people. After having read it, I give it a resounding “YES!!”. The writing style flows easily and the story line is compelling. The Scriptures used are strategically sown throughout the story and all are rock solid. Jeff did an excellent job of utilizing “storytelling” to share God’s word in teaching us how to, and why, we should pray.