Effective Prayer Principles

Categories: Bachelors Year 1
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About Course

This course is designed to equip students to understand and apply Biblical principles of prayer. The lessons will cover different types of prayers with a view to ensure people understand how to pray effectively.

What Will You Learn?

  • This course addresses necessary aspects of personal prayer life, and righteous living.
  • It further helps the student form effective corporate based prayer strategies.

Course Content

Welcome: Introduction & Orientation!
Students will get oriented to the course and be able to introduce themselves. In addition, get to share the "why" of becoming a Faith Leads University student. Welcome and Introduction. 1. Orientation: You will review the course syllabus. 2. Understand the Writing Expectations 3. Create a Flipgrid Recording for the "Tell About Me" Assignment

  • Assignment: Introduce yourself via FlipGrid!
  • Assignment: Syllabus Review
  • Quiz: Syllabus Review

Lecture 1: Understanding Prayer: The Five Elements
From this Lecture you will learn the basic foundations of prayer and the important five elements.

Lecture 2: The Believer’s Authority in Prayer
From this Lecture students will be able to understand the Christian's Authority through prayer within their prayer life

Lecture 3: The Prayer Process

Lecture 4: Steps and types of prayers

Lecture 5: The Minimum Requirement of Prayer
In this Lecture students will discover the minimum requirement of prayer and understand clearer

Lecture 6: The Necessity of prayer

Lecture 7: Different ways to pray

Lecture 8: Overcoming barriers to prayer

Lecture 9: The puzzle of unanswered prayer

Lecture 10: Prayers that produce change

Discussion Board Forums (4)
Discussion boards are collaborative learning experiences. Therefore, the student is required to provide a thread in response to the provided prompt for each forum. Each thread must be 400 words and demonstrate course-related knowledge. In addition to the thread, the student is required to reply to 2 other classmates’ threads. Each reply must be 200 words. Remember to add proper writing credits.

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