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Prayer Ministry Training Manual

By Sandy Miller 

A training course which introduces the practices of prayer ministry

Prayer is communicating with God and is central both for the individual and the church’s relationship with God.

The Prayer Ministry Training Course is for anyone who wants to learn how to give and receive in this crucial area of ministry. The course was developed at Holy Trinity Brompton in 1999 to train existing home group leaders and members to pray for people in a home and church environment.

The course consists of three sessions which cover the theology of prayer ministry and suggest a simple model for anyone unfamiliar with this type of ministry. The three sessions are:

  • Theology
  • A basic model
  • Building on the basic model (parts one and two)

The following issues are covered:

  • Helping someone become a Christian
  • Praying for someone to be filled with the Holy Spirit
  • Praying for healing
  • Listening to God

The course sessions, filmed in 1999, are available to watch here - the password is "Prayer" with a capital "P". DVDs of the sessions are no longer available.

This training manual includes bullet point notes which follow the video sessions and gives Bible references and key quotes from the sessions.

Product details:

  • Author: Sandy Millar
  • English Paperback
  • Publisher: Alpha International
  • This edition published: 2019
  • First published: 1999
  • Weight: 60g
  • Number of Pages: 24
  • Thickness: 3 mm
  • Height: 212 mm
  • Width: 148 mm
  • ISBN: 9781902750842
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About the author

Sandy Millar practised as a barrister before being ordained into the Church of England in 1976. He joined the staff of Holy Trinity Brompton as curate in 1976, becoming Vicar in 1985. He began the church’s ‘planting’ strategy in London and oversaw the growth of Alpha. After 20 years as Vicar of HTB, he stood down in July 2005 and became Vicar of St Mark’s Tollington Park in a deprived part of London. He was made a bishop in 2005 and is now an Honorary Assistant Bishop in the Diocese of St Edmundsbury and Ipswich. He is married to Annette and they have four children. Nicky Gumbel interviews Bishop Sandy Millar