God Answers Prayer

God Answers Prayer:
Experiencing a Fulfilling Prayer Life

Ignatius C. O. Kattey

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Does God answer prayer?

How long does it take for our prayers to get to God?

How limited is God’s power to answer our prayers?

If you’ve had any doubts as to whether or not God answers prayers, or cares about our problems, reading this book will give you answers. Barren women seeking children, people seeking divine intervention in their failing health… oppression, unjust treatment, and marginalization is common to all mankind.

God is able to do any of the above—or even bring a person back to life—through prayer in the Name of His Son Jesus Christ. If you are inspired to pray as you read this book, the purpose for which the book was written has been achieved.

Softcover Trim Size: 5 x 8

Page Count: 120

About the Author:

Rev. Ignatius Crosby Ogboru Kattey, Dean Emeritus of the Church of Nigeria (Anglican Communion), is the Archbishop of the Ecclesiastical Province of Niger Delta and the Bishop of the Diocese of Niger Delta North. He was the Pro-Chancellor of the Crowther Graduate Theological Seminary in Abeokuta, Nigeria and the Visitor to Paul University in Awka, Nigeria. Kattey trained in Trinity Theological College Umuahia, Nigeria, and earned his Master's in Biblical Studies from the Christian International Graduate School of Theology in Florida.

Originally trained as a mechanical engineer from the renowned Ahmadu Bello University, he received his postgraduate diploma in education from the University of Benin, Nigeria, as well as a Master's degree in guidance and counselling from the University of Port Harcourt, where he was lecturer and chaplain of Our Saviour's Chapel.

Archbishop Kattey gave his life to Christ in 1971 through the ministry of the Scripture Union, and he is currently the Grand Patron of Scripture Union Nigeria. He is ecumenical in nature and currently the prayer coordinator of the Divine Commonwealth Conference (DIVCCON). He believes in personal holiness, fasting, deliverance, and prayer. As a church planter, Archbishop Kattey is committed to missions and evangelism.

He has been married to his wife Beatrice for over forty years and has children and grandchildren.