Greetings from Sarah Sundin in California. In times like these—who else is tired of hearing that phrase?—in times like these, no matter where we stand, all Christians can agree on one thing. We. Need. To. Pray. It is my honor today to interview author Elaine Helms, who has not only dedicated her ministry to prayer, but to teaching others to pray. In that vein, she’s sharing about a very timely book.
Welcome, Elaine! Please tell us about your book, Prayer 101, What Every Intercessor Needs to Know.
This tenth anniversary edition is a comprehensive guidebook for discovering how to pray as God intends—with eternal impact. You’ll journey through Scripture, find inspiration in the stories of others, and learn simple, effective strategies for prayer. While for beginners, it is also a challenging refresher for the seasoned believer. Read More →
Greetings from Sarah Sundin in California! Today I have the honor of interviewing Elaine Helms, who has turned her passion for prayer and her amazing experience in national prayer organizations into books to benefit all of us. Welcome, Elaine!
Tell us about your book, Prayer without Limits: Expanding Your Relationship with God.
It is a nonfiction book about the greatness of God’s ability, yet we may be quenching the power of the Holy Spirit in the obstacles we bring to prayer. Once the obstacles are addressed and removed, we can work with God through prayer the way He intended. It won the AWSA Golden Scroll Non-Fiction Merit Award. Read More →
Greetings from Sarah Sundin in California! Today I have the honor of interviewing nonfiction author Elaine Helms. Elaine served as the National Prayer Coordinator for Southern Baptists and also served on the North American Missions Board. Her books stemmed from her experiences in training churches how to pray.
Elaine, how did you get into writing?
I created a newsletter for almost every organization I joined. A few include college clubs, Red Cross Volunteers, Army Officers’ Wives Club, Neighborhood, and Atlanta Christian Chronicles preparing for and during the 1996 World Olympics. It is hard to be in unity if people don’t know what is going on. Read More →