You feel led to pray more. Your desire is to pray―especially for the hurting people around you― but you aren’t quite sure if you can pray effectively. Prayer 101 offers the insights you need regarding intercessory prayer. Learn to pray the way God intended―with eternal impact. As you begin to understand the biblical principles outlined in Prayer 101, you can pray with confidence that you are hearing God’s voice and He is hearing yours as you enter His presence on someone’s behalf.
Founder and Director of Church Prayer Ministries
Elaine Helms, an award-winning author and inspirational speaker, is often called the prayer lady, by people, when speaking to local, national, and international groups.
With her passion for God, humor, vulnerability and spiritual strength, she encourages audiences and readers to draw closer to God and live the abundant life Jesus came to give His followers.
Church Prayer Ministries
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Need help with starting or enriching a church prayer ministry?
Want to strengthen your personal prayer life?
Are you looking for ways to lead and enhance corporate prayer?
At Church Prayer Ministries (CPM), we look forward to serving you and/or your church in any way we can. A healthy church prayer ministry includes elements of personal, corporate, and kingdom prayer to encourage the spiritual growth of its members.
Elaine Helms, CPM founder, speaker and award-winning author, consults with church and prayer leaders and individuals about beginning, enriching, and mobilizing prayer in local churches.
God is raising up a mighty remnant of praying believers and we want to be a part of what He is doing.
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