Prayers for All Occasions Paperback
Original Prayers covering a Variety of Subjects in a Contemporary Style
by Ian Black ;
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Prayers for All Occasions
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The Prayers are grouped together under the following headings to make the book easy to follow and aimed at a number of subjects.
Home and family
Celebrations and Devotional
Prayers for All Occasions by Ian Black was published by Spck in April 2011 and is our 18391st best seller. The ISBN for Prayers for All Occasions is 9780281063673.
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Prayers for all OccasionsNaomi Nixon, via The Good Book Stall
This is a wonderful book of short prayers, and whilst 'All Occasions' might be an exaggeration there are many useful additions to the general church year prayers which are more commonly published. There is for example a nice prayer for before a meeting, another for before a concert, as well prayers for such moments as the start and end of the school year, harvest, Mothers Day and so on. There are also some for significant moments in pastoral care; betrayal, divorce, expecting a baby, blessing a home. It includes rather more whimsical prayers, for chocolate, beer, and April Fools Day for example. The prayers themselves are a good balance of liturgical and everyday language and wouldn't feel out of place in a Church service or in an informal setting. All in all one of the most useful collections of prayers I have come across.
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Details for Prayers for All Occasions
|Page last updated||19th March 2011|
|Author / Artist||Ian Black|
|Publisher||Spck (April 2011)|
|Number of Pages||160|