I’m pleased to share that I am being published in my first book, Pray a Word a Day, vol. 2 from Guideposts! This 365-day devotional features a specific word each day with a related message, prayer and Scripture to help you find, seek and grow in your faith each day. 

I have three devotionals published, around the words “rend”, “pivot,” and “graft.”

You can order the Pray a Word a Day, vol. 2 devotional here.

Here’s more about this devotional, from the publisher’s website:

Enrich your prayer time and enhance your heartfelt connection with God with an all-new daily devotional unlike any you’ve seen before.  In it’s simple yet powerful format you’ll be encouraged each day with 

A word to focus on

A subject to pray about

And a blessing to receive.

Like its best-selling predecessor Pray a Word a Day, Pray a Word a Day Volume 2 will make your prayer life more fulfilling than ever before. It is a non-dated, 365-day book that invites you to connect with God in ways that will inspire and uplift you—while giving your prayer practice a fresh boost.

Each day’s entry presents a single word such as “precious,” “answer,” “hear,” “forget,” or “breath” as a focal point. Then, the meaning of the word is further illuminated with an inspiring and motivating quote or Scripture that is sure to stir your soul. That is followed by a heartfelt, personal, and lighthearted 2-minute reflection, and a prayer written by one of our gifted Guideposts writers. 

You’ll be amazed at how Pray a Word a Day Volume 2 will awaken your spirit and help you feel spiritually grounded throughout your day. Centering your prayer and praise around a single word, will get you thinking in new ways and help you discover fresh enthusiasm in your daily devotional practice. 

Order the Pray a Word a Day, vol. 2 devotional here.

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