Deepen your prayer life with this treasury of Dr. McGee’s best sermons on communicating with God. Explore the Christian’s “greatest neglected resource”; examine the prayer styles of great men of faith such as Daniel, Abraham, and Nehemiah; discover the “real” Lord’s Prayer and its meaning for believers today; and more.
- Title: J. Vernon McGee On Prayer
- Author: J. Vernon McGee
- Publisher: Thomas Nelson
- Publication Date: 2002
- Pages: 256
About J. Vernon McGee
J. Vernon McGee was born in Hillsboro, Texas, in 1904. As a student pastor, Dr. McGee's first church was located on a red clay hill in Midway, Georgia. After completing his education (earning his A.B. from Southwestern University in Memphis, Tennessee; his B.D. from Columbia Theological Seminary in Decatur, Georgia; his Th.M. and Th.D. from Dallas Theological Seminary in Dallas, Texas), and after pastoring Presbyterian churches in Decatur, GA, Nashville, TN, and Cleburne, TX, he and his wife came west, settling in Pasadena, where he accepted a call to the Lincoln Avenue Presbyterian Church. He recalls this period as the happiest in his life, with a young family and a young congregation whom he loved.