War Room: Prayer Is a Powerful Weapon by Chris FabryPrayer is a Powerful Weapon
Tony and Elizabeth Jordan have it all — great jobs, a beautiful daughter, and their dream house. But appearances can be deceiving. Their world is actually crumbling under the strain of a failing marriage. While Tony basks in his professional success and flirts with temptation, Elizabeth resigns herself to increasing bitterness. But their lives take an unexpected turn when Elizabeth meets her newest client, Miss Clara, a wise, older widow who challenges Elizabeth to start fighting for her family instead of fighting against her husband.
From the award-winning creators of Fireproof and Courageous comes War Room, a compelling drama with humor and heart that explores the power that prayer can have over marriages, parenting, careers, friendships, and every other area of our lives.
War Room review: shut up and pray he quits
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Juggling motherhood and her job as a real-estate agent, Elizabeth Jordan wishes her husband could help more around the house. Hoping for a new listing, Elizabeth visits the home of Clara Williams, an elderly widow, and is both amused and uncomfortable when Clara starts asking pointed questions about her marriage and faith. What would you like to know about this product? Please enter your name, your email and your question regarding the product in the fields below, and we'll answer you in the next hours. You can unsubscribe at any time.
Book Review by Val Viljoen. War Room is a compelling drama that explores the power that prayer can have on marriages, parenting, careers, friendships and every other areas of our lives. Tony and Elizabeth Jordan seem to have it all — great jobs, a beautiful daughter and their dream home. But in fact their lives are deeply marred by a rapidly deteriorating marriage. Tony is wrapped up in his successful career; Elizabeth resigns herself to increasing bitterness. Taking on the real enemy Their lives take an unexpected turn when Elizabeth meets Miss Clara, an older widow who has been praying for just such an opportunity to pass on what she has learned about God and prayer from her particular trials.
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I s your husband a self-centered jerk? Does he ignore your needs, pay no attention to your adorable daughter, scold you for giving financial help to your troubled sister? Does he have a wandering eye and come dangerously close to committing adultery? Is he embezzling from his job? When you find his behavior upsetting and take him to task you are only protracting the struggle. What you need to do is surrender, go in the closet and pray. Elizabeth Priscilla Shirer, a successful Christian minister in her first film role is a hard-working real estate agent aware that her marriage is almost at its breaking point.
Attention all God-fearing victims of domestic abuse —have the Kendrick brothers got a film for you. It has one single goal, which according to the Kendricks, is the only goal worth having. The film wants to evangelize by preaching an ideology that requires its followers to view the world in black-and-white terms. This is the lesson that real estate agent Elizabeth Priscilla C. Shirer must be taught in extended conversations with her client-turned-friend, Miss Clara Karen Abercrombie. When Elizabeth tries opening up about the unabashed cruelty she endures on a daily basis from her loathsome husband, Tony T.