A new Christian quickly learns that there are so many ways to pray: sitting down, kneeling, lying face down, standing, eyes closed, eyes opened, hands stretched wide towards heaven, hands clasped, head bowed. There are so many places to pray: at an altar, in the car, on the bus, in the kitchen, on the commode, at church, at sporting events. And both lists go on and on. Perhaps the most complicated decision that a person who is just learning how to pray has to make is what words to say. It is my hope and prayer that this book will help. It teaches the mnemonic ACTS, which stands for Adoration, Confession, Thanksgiving and Supplication, four phases of one effective prayer model to communicate and to commune with God, and it ends with a very powerful prayer to God for supernatural favor that has been proven to activate God when prayed in sincerity with faith.