With One Accord in One Place can redirect the focus of your prayer life, strengthen you with the might of the Holy Spirit, energize your church or study group and bring you into harmony with the will of our father in heaven. Harold J. Sala, from the Foreword
Most know that prayer was important to the early church. But few grasp what that should mean for the church today. The early church was a prayer meeting, says Armin Gesswein. Using the book of Acts, With One Accord in One Place looks at the role of prayer in the early church and how through prayer and the empowerment of the Holy Spirit, this praying church changed the world forever. This modern classic will challenge and inspire you to work toward prayers rightful place in your own church. Prayer will shake up and empower your congregation to be kingdom changers.
Armin Gesswein (1908 -2001) was a pastor and prayer leader who impacted pastors. Armin was used of God in a tremendous move of His Spirit in Norway in the 1930s. He later became a personal intercessor for Billy Graham and developed much of the early prayer emphasis of Grahams Los Angeles Crusade. Armin founded the Revival Prayer Fellowship and was cofounder of Colleges of Prayer, which today trains nationals in prayer in more than 30 nations.