What Does Prayer Look Like? . . .
Find out in The Prayer Map for Girls.
his unique prayer journal is a fun and creative way for the girls in your life to understand the importance and experience the power of prayer. Each page features a fun 2-color design that guides girls to write out specific thoughts, ideas, and lists. . .which then creates a specific "map" for them to follow as they talk to God. Each map includes a spot to record the date, so girls can look back on their prayers and see how God has worked in their lives. The Prayer Map for Girls will not only encourage them to spend time talking with God about the things that matter most. . .it will also help them build a healthy spiritual habit of continual prayer that will carry over into adulthood. Girls Ages 8-to-12.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
The Prayer Map for Women is a great prayer journal that really shows what your prayer life is like. You date each day, follow the arrows to the next step and it guides you into detailed prayers and thoughts. Bible verses help for meditation. the journal is compact, lightweight and nice colors that makes for pleasant writing. there is plenty of writing space. I received a copy of this book from Barbour Publishing and was under no obligation to post a review.
This review isn't so much for a book I've READ as for a book I'll WRITE. This is a lovely and beautifully arranged publication from Barbour for busy, praying women. Each double page spread features room for the date, requests, praise, lists of persons on one's heart, concerns/worries/needs, miscellaneous thoughts, and an appropriate Scripture of encouragement. The size is handy, and the pastel colors are appealing and peaceful. Any system that helps a Christian keep their prayer life organized and centered on praise is helpful, and it's obvious a lot of thought went into this book. After using it for a few months, I think it will feel natural to continue to log these topics on your own, even if you don't start another "Prayer Map" journal, but do a plain notebook of your own. Thanks to Barbour Publishing who sent me a complimentary copy. I was under no obligation to post a review.