Elmer, Robert (ed.)
Through short meditative readings and reflection questions, Donald McKim explores Puritan teaching on prayer to inspire and inform your own devotions. You will discover how to bring God into all aspects of your life through prayer.
Donald K. McKim has served as a pastor in the Presbyterian Church (USA), a professor of theology and academic dean at Memphis Seminary, a professor at the University of Dubuque Theological Seminary, and an editor for Westminster John Knox Press. He is an award-winning author and editor.
“Donald McKim . . . offer[s] us not only well-earned wisdom and sensible encouragement on prayer but also gentle questions to make sure we are making connections ourselves. His goal is not merely to teach us more about prayer but to help us actually to pray!” — Kelly M. Kapic, Professor of Theology, Covenant College
“Praying readers will find meditations on God’s Word, pithy quotations from Puritans, and encouragements in the form of reflection questions and prayer points. Read this book on your knees and you will draw closer to the God of the patriarchs, the prophets, and other parents in the faith.” — Chad Van Dixhoorn, Professor of Church History, Westminster Theological Seminary
“This book presents Puritan insights into God-centered, biblical spirituality in order to enrich our prayers. Donald McKim’s . . . profound meditations are very helpful.” — Joel R. Beeke, President, Puritan Reformed Theological Seminary
“Short devotions . . . strike the right balance between the Scriptures and the helpful theological ruminations from Dr. Donald McKim and the Puritans. If you struggle with prayer, you may find that this book is a helpful tool to make prayer a rewarding and soul-enriching daily habit.” — Mark Jones, Senior Minister, Faith Reformed Presbyterian Church, Vancouver