How's your prayer life? Is it somewhat lacking?
Does praying publicly fill you with dread?
You don't have to settle for an okay prayer life or be filled with fear when it comes to prayer.
Ephesians 3:12 tells us we can approach God with boldness and confidence!
I would love to teach you how you can pray richer, deeper prayers. Prayers that can confidently be prayed privately or publicly.
Building on the ACTS Prayer Model, you'll work through 9 lessons packed with exercises that will strengthen and stretch your prayer muscles.
"I'm so grateful for the Prayer Warrior Bootcamp course! Cyndee's instruction encouraged me in the simplicity of prayer and honoring my Heavenly Father with all He is and all He wants to do through my prayers. The course provides easy to follow guidelines, like a beautiful trellis around a garden, so within the garden our hearts have the freedom to flourish and bloom in prayer. Listening to Cyndee pray out loud encouraged my spirit to a deeper yearning for prayer and to pray for others. I highly recommend this class!" - Lisa Medin
Uncomfortable with praying out loud an invitation to join her Sunday school teacher's prayer group over 10 years ago proved to be life-changing! A prayer novice turned warrior, Cyndee shares what she's learned about prayer with others using easy-to-understand videos and worksheets.
A former elementary school teacher, Cyndee trains and encourages Women's Ministry and Bible study leaders at Women's Ministry Toolbox.
What does the class include?
As a teacher I know students benefit from:
I pray for you and cheer you on from start to finish!
"Cyndee Ownbey is offering a tremendous, engaging opportunity for us all to grow in our prayer life by giving us interesting and fun tools to use. Her warmth and sincerity make you immediately feel at ease, and her knowledge and encouragement will help you enjoy drawing closer to the Lord!" - Sue Dietsche
“Prayer Warrior Boot Camp has changed my prayer life in so many ways. I will forever be grateful and blessed for taking this course!” Teresa Brooker