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Drawn from Mark Batterson's bestselling books The Circle Maker and Draw the Circle, this dot grid journal will guide you into deeper and more intentional prayers with writing prompts for each day, scripture quotes, and beautifully designed spreads. Experience the power of bold prayer in your life as you journey through this prayer experiment.
|Title: Draw the Circle Prayer Journal: A 40-Day Experiment|
By: Mark Batterson
Number of Pages: 224
Publication Date: 2018
|Dimensions: 8.30 X 5.50 (inches)|
Weight: 15 ounces
Stock No: WW352693
Experience a deeper, more passionate, and intimate prayer life. If you press into Gods presence like never before, you will experience God like never before.
Drawn from bestselling books The Circle Maker and Draw the Circle by pastor Mark Batterson, this bullet journal will guide you into more intentional prayers with writing prompts for 40 days. Each day includes a scripture quote, a passage to inspire and guide your prayer experiment, and beautifully designed spreads for journaling.
This book is for the reflective writers, the scripture sketchers, the proverb doodlers, the prayer list makers. For those who like to venture outside the lines, the dotted pages can be customized to your unique prayer style.
Discover the power of bold prayer as you witness how prayer strengthens your faith and encourages those around you. As you journal through this prayer experiment, you will be challenged, strengthened, and encouraged as you draw closer to the living, ever-near, and unbelievably good God.
Mark Batterson is the New York Times bestselling author of fifteen books, including The Circle Maker, In a Pit with a Lion on a Snowy Day, and Chase the Lion. He is the lead pastor of National Community Church, one of the most innovative and influential churches in America. One church with seven campuses, NCC also owns and operates Ebenezers Coffeehouse, the Miracle Theatre, and the DC Dream Center. Mark holds a Doctor of Ministry degree from Regent University. He and his wife Lora, have three children and live on Capitol Hill.