#Review: Prayer Journal Workshop, #Free #Ebook

prayjcover2015Thanks so much to Christy Birmingham, for her review of Prayer Journal Workshop. I am feeling blessed and encouraged!

Five Stars: “I appreciate the idea of this book and how it is organized. I like the practical exercises throughout it and, in particular, the words on grieving near the end if the read. Also helpful is author Cate’s personal experiences that she shares to encourage others and remind them no Christian is perfect. A thoughtful read I recommend!”


Prayer Journal Workshop is a quick Bible study workbook, which has been designed to encourage you to start and maintain your own prayer journal: a way of praying on paper. The ebook is a mixture of inspiration, how-to and practical exercises. It is suitable for any age group, from fourteen years upwards.

The original 2005 web version of this book (pre-ebook era), had over 45,000 downloads in two years without any promotion except word of mouth, and received excellent feedback. Please note that this is a non-denominational Christian book. It may not suit more individualised Christian sectors and will not be useful for other religions.

© First edition 2005, Revised in 2008 and 2012. Second Edition 2015.
ISBN 978-0-9873175-6-8

Internet Archive Download Link: https://archive.org/details/PrayerJournalWorkshopEbookV2

Google Drive Download Link: https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B48Uj4PGwiVzT0hPUkt5M1NKWk0/view



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