Two parts of one prayer: the relationship between the office of daily prayer and the service for the Lord's day

Full Title
Two parts of one prayer: the relationship between the office of daily prayer and the service for the Lord's day
Author
Laura S Mendenhall
Abstract
This project responds to a pastoral concern to foster and support daily prayer among church members and prayer in the Lord's Day service as two parts of the same prayer, both of which are equally worthy of a pastor's attention. In a Reformed understanding the relation between daily prayer and the Lord's Day service is strengthened by the biblical invitation to pray without ceasing; by the Lord's Prayer, which demonstrates that private prayers are never merely individual; and by a relationship with Jesus through his resurrection. The project develops a set of audiotapes for use in daily prayer during Lent and Easter seasons and solicits the reflections of church members on their practice of daily prayer in its relation to the Lord's Day service.
Degree Granting Institution
Advisor
Stanley R Hall
Cynthia L Rigby
Language
English
Date
1997
Number of Pages
112
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