Go Where Your Best Prayers Take You (Red Moon Chronicles #2)
By Pete Greig
The new book from Pete Greig - his first since 2007 - which continues the story of 24-7, the global prayer movement he founded, as begun in Red Moon Rising.
Winner - Book of the year, CRT awards
Foreword by Bear Grylls
Following on from the success of Red Moon Rising, which tells the story of the first five years of the 24-7 prayer movement, Dirty Glory describes stories of transformation, from a walled city of prostitution in Mexico to the nightclubs of Ibiza, and invites people to experience the presence of God through prayer.
An autobiographical adventure story spanning four continents, describing one of the most exciting movements of the Holy Spirit in our time, Dirty Glory will inspire and equip those dissatisfied with the status quo and passionate about the possibilities for spiritual and social transformation in our time.
Pete Greig is a writer, church-planter and bewildered founder of the 24-7 movement. He heads up Emmaus Rd in Guildford with his wife Sammy, serves as Vice-President for the NGO Tearfund and was part of the senior leadership team at HTB in London for seven years. Pete's publications include Red Moon Rising, God on Mute and The Prayer Course. He loves art galleries, live music and knocking down walls. Pete tweets regularly @petegreig
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20 Oct 2016
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Hodder & Stoughton
A white-knuckle ride of adventure in following Jesus, told with searing honest and spiritual insight...by withdrawing in prayer to prioritise the presence of God, 24/7 has been propelled out in mission to the world. — Presbyterian Herald
I couldn't put it down - it was like an adrenaline shot in my arm. This book will challenge you to think bigger, to risk more and to love recklessly. It's a reminder that we are invited into the adventure of a lifetime, knowing him and making him known. — New Wine Magazine - Tim Hughes
An exciting account of the way in which prayer takes people to the most unlikely places. The accounts of sacrificial discipleship and transformation of people's lives are inspirational...It is the story of the incarnation God who seeks the lowest and the least in the most desperate situations, revealing his glory. — The Methodist Recorder
There are many tales here that shock the reader - or confirm to the reader - that God is totally in charge. — The Door