One of the unexpected benefits of writing a book like PRAY LIKE A GOURMET, is that some people actually DO read it and are blessed by its message. Then some of them actually put into practice the prayer ideas….and then some actually use the practices to pray for ME! Wow!!! Such is the case with […]
Friends at Moraga Valley Presbyterian Church in Moraga, California has created 10 recipe cards with creative prayer ideas. Many of them drawn from PRAY LIKE A GOUMET and many that are not. Check them out HERE. Many ask me how to share ideas with friends…..well this is one way to do it. You could give one card […]
Here’s a good list of the best books on prayer as rated by GOODREADS readers. Check it out. PRAY LIKE A GOURMET currently weighs in at #3 out of 68. If you’re a GOODREADS member you can vote for your favorites or even add a new one.
“If you’re bored, then you must be boring,” said Harvey Danger, Dr. Laura, and I’m-not-sure-who-all-else, but if you’re bored with your prayer life, I don’t think it means that you’re boring and neither is God. If you’re a regular pray-er, it’s not uncommon to get stuck in a rut of well-worn practices, whether you find […]
Usually when I give thanks, its for people, things and events in my life. However the other day I found myself wanting to give thanks for my body….all aspects of my body. Many of us are not all that happy with our bodies – they could be thinner, younger, faster, stronger, more beautiful, more proportional, […]
Here’s some ways you can pray for Paris and the entire country of France: Pray that those suffering injuries would be well cared for and recover from their serious wounds. Pray for those who are experiencing shock from this barbaric invasion into their everyday life, that they would in time, recover emotionally, physiologically and spiritually. […]
My friend Deborah of The Women of the Passion inspired me with a really beautiful way to intercede for people this past summer. After our coffee time together, she opened up her journal to a blank page and asked me to trace my hand. After looking at her rather quizzically, I did it. She then asked me […]