SUSTAINING A PRAYER LIFE AMONG CLERGY AND CONGREGATIONAL LEADERS
Philomena Ofori-Nipaah D.Min.
Rev. Philomena Ofori-Nipaah
This research examines how a Reformed understanding of prayer can be enriched by the use of the Prayer of Nehemiah and the Lord’s Prayer. The project demonstrates that a better-informed theology of prayer results in a deepening of the spiritual practices of clergy and church leaders, allowing them to slow down and be involved in a faithful and sustained discipline. This helps them develop a deeper relationship with God. The results are established by a comparison of participants’ surveys taken before, during, and after they have practiced different prayer rules and through the interviews I conducted with the participants.
Degree Granting Institution
Doctor of Ministry
Christian Reformed Spirituality
Type of Work
James Durlesser Ph.D.
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