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Teaching children to pray! An 8 1/2 x 11, laminated prayer card, designed for children to help them learn prayers in conjunction with the new DVD Kids and Prayer, a lively new video presentation about prayer in four sessions.
"Jack Levison studies, meditates, prays, and writes of the place of the Holy Spirit in our lives with more skill and understanding than anyone I know."—Eugene Peterson, author/translator of The Message
This is not simply a book about how to approach the Bible, because Scripture ultimately wants to lead us beyond itself, to the truth and mystery of Christ that can never be captured fully in the written word.
40 Days with the Holy Spirit will inspire you to encounter God in fresh and surprising ways.
Our lives are full of words. We rarely pause to attend to them, much less take time for personal...
This collection offers a sample of practices, traditional and contemporary, that can still enable people to sustain and grow in their faith.
Allow the Mother of Jesus to teach you new ways to pray.
This new spirituality of knitting addresses topics such as knitting as a popular pastime, what it does for our minds, bodies, and spirits - helping reduce stress, overcome loss, form friends, and connect with community.
Men bring distinctive gifts - and challenges - to the spiritual enterprise of prayer. Praying in Black & White honors the unique wiring of men and offers a simple, concrete approach to prayer.
Praying for the right side of your brain... Now in Spanish!
A book of hours rooted in the rich theological imagination of fiction writer, Flannery O'Connor.
Join Blessed John Paul II and other beloved popes in reflecting on the powerful words of the Psalms. A meaningful gift for any man on Father's Day or any other occasion.
Designed for use during any 40-day period, Writing to God relieves readers of the self-consciousness of trying to pray "the right way," inviting them to pray wherever the pen leads!
This lively little book introduces postmodern readers to one of Christianity's most endearing prayer warriors, Teresa of Avila.