“The Prayer Driven Life”, using Paul’s prayers as a backdrop, explores questions that many have about prayer. What is prayer? Why do we pray? How do we pray? What difference does prayer make in my life?
Although prayer is a common topic within the Christian market, focus on Paul’s prayers is unique. Some exciting truths are discovered in the exploration of Paul’s prayers, both in general categories and in the context of his letters. Having taught application of these principles in several different settings, Stephanie has discovered that the excitement about what God has to say through Paul’s prayers is contagious. Many of the attendees in these settings have remarked that the study made a real impact in their prayer lives.
Stephanie writes in an easy reading style with an emphasis on personal reflection and application. An allegory sets the stage for the book and draws it to its conclusion. Expanded illustrations throughout the book help the reader see God as an intimate Heavenly Father who loves each of His children with an everlasting love.
Anyone who wants to grow in his own personal prayer life would benefit from “The Prayer Driven Life”. The book is designed for either personal or group study. Questions for reflection at the end of the chapters promote discussion among a Bible study group.
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Here is a short preview of “Money”:
“Money is often on my mind. Chances are it is on your mind, too. Whether we have a lot of it, just enough of it, not much of it or none at all, money is on our minds.”
With frugality in her DNA, the author explains her lengthy title in the foreword: “Since your perception of riches has a great deal with how you approach your handling of money, the best starting place is Money, How to Rich Without It. In this book, I talk about millionaires who don’t fit the profile you would normally expect as well as some people I know who are rich beyond description although they don’t have any money. In these two extremes, I found a common denominator: the right attitude toward money.
… perhaps it’s time to rethink the wisdom of those who have gone before us. A miserly attitude is not the answer, but because they survived during some very rough times, maybe their advice is worth another look, thus the reason for a look at Money: How to Stretch It Using 10 Hints from the Past.
We do, however, live in the 21st century and have advantages that our ancestors could not have even dreamed of, thus the addition of and the Technology of Today. The appendix has an abundance of websites and resources that will help you stretch your dollars.”
Written from a Christian perspective, the book also includes an overview of what the Bible says about money.
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