Whitney, Donald S.
Each one of our days is a small portion of life's grand journey. Are you prepared to travel? God calls us to pray because he knows that we need him; he uses prayer to connect with us through all the stages and seasons of life. The result of the author's forty-year prayer journey, Prayer PathWay is a guide to assist fellow sojourners.
To help readers along the way, Kathi Westlund uses eternal biblical truth, timeless wisdom from sages, and practical tools centered around the acronym PRAYERS (Praise, Repent, Ask, Yield, Express thanks, Rejoice, Shalom). The guide can be customized and modified to fit your needs, so that you can develop and establish a personal prayer routine that will hold up for years to come.
Table of Contents:
Part 1: Preparations
The Guide: A Brief Overview
The Map: A Suggested Itinerary
The Path of Redemption
Part 2: Prayers
E: Express Thanks
Part 3: Resources
Prayer Themes: A Month of Daily Prayers
Prayer Planning: Making a Prayer Notebook
Kathi Lambrides Westlund is a wife, mother, home educator, and pray-er. She combines an enthusiasm for enjoying family and mentoring women. She and her husband, Randy, live in the Midwest with the two youngest of their five children.
“Original in its conception and brilliantly structured—and it does just what it promises! This beautiful book rides on the vast sea of God’s Word and draws life from its depth. There is nothing quite like Prayer PathWay.” — R. Kent Hughes, Professor of Practical Theology, Westminster Theological Seminary, Philadelphia
“Prayer PathWay is a guide to lead us to the throne of grace, focus our prayers, and challenge our hearts. Laden with Scripture, this volume is inspirational, educational, and intensely practical. . . . I highly commend this outstanding resource to you as you consider your part in the great work and blessing of prayer.” — Sally Michael, Cofounder, Children Desiring God
“Prayer is a profound privilege and yet such a mystery. Kathi will help you to learn to pray in such a way as to appreciate both. Her acrostic provides a helpful, insightful concept, and the historical quotes about prayer are a great addition to the book.” — Susan Hunt, Author, Prayers of the Bible; former Director of Women’s Ministries, Presbyterian Church in America