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Top Tips on Prompting Prayer

Practical pointers for anyone working with Children and Young People

by Sarah Bingham and Vickie Blyth


Stapled A5 Pbk.
Price: £2.99
Publisher:Scripture Union (SU)
Published:18 January 2008
A great book to encourage us all to use creative ways to pray. It is difficult enough for some adults to sit still to pray let alone children. So this book gives lots of ideas and examples of practical ways to pray but also stresses the principles behind prayer. Though it is a book for those working with children and young people, some elements of the book could be adapted to teach children about the importance of prayer. Its also full of real life examples of prayer methods which were effective, which are an encouragement to all. It is written in a very easy to digest style and concise enough to read in one sitting, but also very good to dip in and out of.

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