I used to really struggle with prayer.
My lackluster and inconsistent prayer life made me feel bored and guilty. But then I discovered the key to the prayer life I always wanted–a prayer life that is enjoyable, effective, and enduring. I discovered my best prayer types. So can you!
I'm Chris Heinz and I wrote Made To Pray and its companion prayer assessment to help readers find their best prayer types. I'm currently working in human resources, am coaching people toward growth, and started a company called Munyay to help folks love their life and work. I live in central Pennsylvania with my wife and three children.
About the Book
Through my book and prayer assessment, you can receive a fresh vision for prayer and identify your best prayer types. Find your voice. You were made to pray!
The book contains 12 different types of prayer, prayer assessment, discussion questions, prayer type chart, and conversation starters.
FREE Prayer Assessment
The prayer assessment is the starting point of finding your best prayer types. We recommend that you take the assessment first and then read the book.
The assessment is a series of statements about your prayer life. You’ll read each statement, then select an answer that most closely relates. After 60 statements, you’ll have the option of stopping or going on.
If you stop, you’ll receive your results immediately. If you go on, you’ll receive 60 more statements, then the results.
On the results page, your top prayer types will be highlighted. Scores for all of the prayer types will also be displayed. You can share your results via Facebook, Twitter, or e-mail. Simply use the controls on the screen.
If you entered your e-mail address, you’ll also receive your results via e-mail. If you do not receive an e-mail from CS (at) CSHeinz.com, please check your junk or spam folder.
After taking the assessment, read the book to compare your results with the chapters. The assessment is not intended to do apart from the book, it’s a starting place.
For the best experience, we recommend you: 1) do the assessment; 2) read the book; and 3) share the experience with your community.