Connections: A Pocket Guide to Prayer

I’m sure that somewhere in the Oboedire archives is a previous “Connection” posting that announced the publication of A Pocket Guide to Prayer by Upper Room Books.  It’s a book I wrote to provide an actual resource for prayer (particularly liturgical prayer) for people to use in their daily devotions.

I’m writing today to tell you that Upper Room Books has decided to reissue the book in a “deluxe” (meaning, “more durable”) edition.  I’m happy for this, because some folks I know have literally worn out their earlier copy of the prayer book.

To find out more about the book (if you’re not familiar with it at all), or to see the new “deluxe” edition, you can Google “Upper Room Books.”  When you are at their website, you can use the “Search” box and put in the title.  Both the old and the new editions are noted—with the old edition at 50% off (in case that interests you).

Enjoy!

About jstevenharper

Retired seminary professor, who taught for 32 years in the disciplines of Spiritual Formation and Wesley Studies. Author and co-author of 31 books.
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2 Responses to Connections: A Pocket Guide to Prayer

  1. I have one that is in a box at the warehouse, but tomorrow we begin to unpack back at the house after the tree event that destroyed part of our house. I love it and have missed it greatly for the last 4 months.

  2. Todd Bardin says:

    Just in the nick of time. My copy has officially fallen apart! I can’t wait till the new one arrives. Thanks for such a great resource!

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