Reviewed by Don Shrader
If ever I teach a class on prayer, this would be my textbook. Of all the books I have read or perused on prayer, this was the most practical. Hunter forthrightly addresses those issues surrounding prayer that all of us have that inhibits our prayers and our prayer time. While his answers may not be equivalent to an advanced seminary level exegesis, they are practical yet theologically sound. So, if you are looking for a basic book on prayer, I recommend this one over something like The Prayer of Jabez.