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I work hard in full-time ministry at TWR, but I confess that I don't pray enough behind the scenes.  I even enjoy reading books on prayer from authors like E.M. Bounds and Andrew Murray, but I don't seem to follow-up my reading with a deeper prayer life.  Oswald Chambers once said, "Prayer does not fit us for the greater work; prayer is the greater work."  Marli Spieker of TWR's Project Hannah puts it this way, "Prayer is the work.  Ministry is reaping the results."  That's why prayer is the backbone of Project Hannah.

Click here for a link to Project Hannah and to their Prayer Calendar

(Photo of Marli Spieker, Founder and Global Ministry Director for Project Hannah)