People who pray are those who break through, who hold on, who
stand in the gap, who will not be silent, and even who change
history. But they are also those who wait in the silence, sometimes
in the sorrows, who contemplate His beauty, and stand in awe.
The Discipline of Intimacy looks at the dynamic paradox of
prayer: knowing how to be still and silent but also how to plead
and speak. Knowing how to let go but also how to hold on.
For individuals and church groups, The Discipline of Intimacy is for anyone seeking help to develop their relationship with God, particularly where once-passionate hearts may have lost their spark. With accompanying videos and questions for reflection and discussion, readers and participants will be introduced to practical and biblically-rooted ways to experience the intimacy with God they have longed for, and will have the tools to cultivate a life that is characterized by this closeness.
Charlie Cleverly, along with his wife Anita, lead St
Aldates Church in Oxford, one of the most influential Churches in
the UK. A regular speaker at Christian festivals, Charlie is seen
as a spiritual mentor to many leaders in the Church.