Prayer Outcomes

Prayer 9 items used 14 times


  1. The student should have a strong passion for a life of prayer, and willing to devote himself/herself into prayer, and can demonstrate a life of prayer by keeping a prayer journal. CH-44    3
  2. The student will explain why we need to pray. CT-43   2
  3. The student should explain the Church of the Nazarene / Biblical position on the issue of speaking/praying in tongues and be able to compare and contrast other positions on this issue. CP-94       1
  4. The student will explain several ways to teach and to influence his/her congregation to have a strong passion of prayer and form various types of prayer groups and meetings. CT-46  2
  5. The student will lead in prayer for lost individuals God has made them responsible for. (Spiritual Formation)       CP-95 2
  6. The student should be able to explain what is a occasional prayer and what is unceasing prayer. CT-47 2
  7. The student should be able to use OT and NT examples to teach the church how to pray. (OT Exegesis)       CP-96 2
  8. The student should be able to distinguish and explain the difference between a biblical prayer and a prayer from other religion, such as Buddhism, Taoism, Confucianism and folk religions, etc. CT-44 1
  9. The student will read and report about prayers throughout church history. For example, from ancient time to modern time, different spiritual leaders’ insights on prayer. (Hist 1) M29 CX-13
  10. The student explains the different types of prayers and explains how to respond to life situation with different kinds of prayers. For example: prayer on conversion, baptism, wedding, funeral, hospital visit, dedication, etc. CT-45   1
  11. Explain how to Model Christ in this activity. CH-45
  12. Demonstrate the Character qualities identified as Modeling Christ. CH-46

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