An overview of the biblical teaching on prayer and worship leads to practical considerations for cultivating intimacy with Christ in every aspect of life, from personal, private prayer to corporate celebration. Students will discover the joys and benefits of a dynamic prayer life and gain a fresh appreciation for the many ways in which the Holy Spirit makes prayer and worship both meaningful and powerful. An examination of some of the common challenges of prayer, such as learning to hear God’s voice, the problem of unanswered prayer, and what to do when it seems God is not speaking, is followed by practical insight for becoming more effective and fervent prayer warriors.
Upon completion of this course, you should be able to:1.Define prayer by describing its benefits, purposes, and motivations.2.Review the Bible’s treatment of prayer, including both biblical instructions and historical accounts of praying.3.Explain the relationship between faith and prayer, and describe prayer’s spiritual power.4.Explain how prayer is a reciprocal experience between God and the one who prays.5.Describe the relationship between spiritual discipline and prayer, and list practical activities necessary toward developing a life of prayer.6.Identify challenges and obstacles to a consistent and effective life of prayer7.Explain several key factors related to the role of prayer in effective spiritual leadership.8.Define worship, and relate the Bible’s treatment of worship in both Testaments.9.List and explain principles and methods related to biblical leadership in corporate worship.10.Prayer and Worship
Mode of Study
•Lecture•Video•Student interaction •Hands on
•50 objective multiple choice questions•Online or pencil and paper•Passmark 70%