Monday, December 5, 2016

Pray A to Z

PRAY A TO Z BY AMELIA RHODES | BLOG TOUR AND GUIDE TO PRAYER PRIZE PACK

Are you ready to change your community, one prayer at a time? Learn how to organize your prayer requests topically and lay the burdens of your community at the feet of our Heavenly Father with the help of Amelia Rhodes’ new book, Pray A to Z. Whether you are praying for a friend’s adoption journey, a neighbor’s bankruptcy, or a family member’s cancer, this book will give you Bible verses, prayer prompts, and prayer starts to guide you through praying for even the most difficult issues that affect the people you know and love. Perfect for either individual or group prayer, Pray A to Z will help you experience the peace that comes from communicating with God.
Learn more about Pray A to Z and how to pray for your community, and enter to win Amelia’s Guide to Prayer Prize Pack to get you started.
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One grand prize winner will receive:
Enter today by clicking the icon below, but hurry! The giveaway ends on December 20. The winner will be announced December 21 on Amelia’s blog.
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Pray A to Z: Practical Guide to Pray for Your Community (Worthy, November 2016)
Change the world one prayer at a time.
How would our community change if instead of absently saying, “I’ll pray for you,” we actually did pray–deeply, intensely, and purposefully?
Pray A to Z: A Practical Guide to Praying for Your Community will help you topically organize your prayer requests and lay the burdens of your community at the feet of our Heavenly Father.
With compassion and encouragement, Amelia Rhodes offers Bible verses and prayer prompts, organized topically for every letter of the alphabet. There are five topics per letter–three prayers of petition asking God to work in a certain area of need, and two more prayers of praise to reflect gratitude for God’s presence in the daily issues and relationships of life. Through petition and praise, your specific, focused communion with God will lighten your heart as you place the heaviness of those prayer requests where they belong–on His strong shoulders.
Whether you are praying for a friend’s adoption journey, a neighbor’s bankruptcy, or a family member’s cancer, this book will give you Bible verses, prayer prompts, and prayer starts to guide you through praying for even the most difficult issues that affect the people you know and love. Perfect for either individual or group prayer, Pray A to Z will help you experience the peace that comes from communicating with God.

My Thoughts: 
Consistent prayer has always been a challenge if I want to be intentional in my prayer life. I have no problem staying in prayer, but being intentional about praying about specific things that need prayer can be hard. Developing a prayer habit can also be hard and praying for community can even be more difficulty. I love how the author of Pray A to Z developed this awesome and practical guide to help with how we can pray for our communities. 
She shares very specific advice and specific life stories from her life that help us all identify with ways that we can be intentional about prayer. Rather than a long list of Prayers, she developed the idea of praying A to Z, which is super smart and, easy.  This helped her to become more concerned with people and their needs, which helped her develop a more deeper prayer life. I love how she has made such a great compilation of prayer for the alphabet with prayer and petition.  I love this book and think it is such an awesome tool for prayer.
I highly recommend it and give it 5/5 stars! Thank you to the publishers for providing me a complimentary copy for my honest opinion. I was not compensated for my honest review. This book is inspiring and I think you will really enjoy it! Thank you to Litfuse! 
Amelia Rhodes

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Amelia Rhodes is a speaker and author of “Isn’t It Time for a Coffee Break: Doing Life Together in an All-About-Me Kind of World.” Amelia’s writing has also been featured in four “Chicken Soup for the Soul” titles, devotionals for the OneHope blog Undeterred and the international devotional “Upper Room.” Amelia has a growing speaking ministry and speaks regularly to women’s groups on topics of spiritual growth, friendship, and community, offering practical tools for living our faith in the everyday. She lives in Lowell, Michigan.
Find out more about Amelia at http://www.ameliarhodes.com.

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