Thanks for Your Patience! February 9, 2021


A little over a month ago we sold out of the hardback edition of Revival Praying. I am truly grateful to God for the reception the book has received in the first few months since its release. All over the country there are groups of believers studying these prayer principles from Ezra 9 and seeking the Lord. Just yesterday I had the joy of giving a brief greeting online to a group of people who are studying through the material together virtually.

Because of a large influx of orders and some delay from the printer we have been unable to get the books out as quickly as we would like. I want to thank you for your patience. Faithworks Media has worked diligently to produce a second edition and I am glad to report that it is now available. Orders are being fulfilled and you should have the book and study guides in hand shortly.

If you would like to place an order now you may do so here. Bulk pricing is also available for the full-length book for orders over 25 and the companion study guide for orders over 10. It is our sincere hope that you will help us share this message with others. If ever there was a time for God’s people to seek God it is now!

Thank you for your patience as we fulfill the orders as quickly as possible and, most of all, thank you for your prayers.

(As always, the ebook is available for free download on Kindle or Apple. Revival Praying is also available as an audio book.)

Please be watching for another revival resource to be released soon!

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