Everyday Prayers for Peace: A 30-Day Devotional & Reflective Journal for Women - eBook
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Everyday Prayers for Peace: A 30-Day Devotional & Reflective Journal for Women - eBook  -     By: Brooke McGlothlin

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Title: Everyday Prayers for Peace: A 30-Day Devotional & Reflective Journal for Women - eBook
By: Brooke McGlothlin
Format: DRM Protected ePub
Vendor: Whitaker House
Publication Date: 2022
ISBN: 9781641238915
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How do you pray for peace when it seems like your whole life is spinning out of control?

In Everyday Prayers for Peace: A 30-Day Devotional & Reflective Journal for Women, author Brooke McGlothlin guides you through prayers for peace wherever it’s needed—in your family, your community, your workplace, your church, and the world at large.

This thirty-day devotional features Brooke’s "Think, Pray, Praise" method of daily prayer—a practical, biblical way to pray the Word of God over yourself and the people you love.

Jesus said, "Peace I leave with you; my peace I give to you. Not as the world gives do I give to you. Let not your hearts be troubled, neither let them be afraid" (John 14:27).

Brooke says Jesus does not simply give us peace; He is our peace. He is "our refuge in the storm, a place where we can run to get strength, comfort, and truth to see us through whatever troubled circumstances would come our way." This peace offered by our dear Lord can be ours if we just pray.

Author Bio

Brooke McGlothlin is the founder of Million Praying Moms, a ministry designed to help moms pray when dealing with the challenges of parenting. She has written several books, including Praying Mom: Making Prayer the First and Best Response to Motherhood and Gospel-Centered Mom: The Freeing Truth About What Your Kids Really Need. Brooke received her B.S. in psychology from Virginia Tech and her master’s degree in professional counseling from Liberty University. She served as director of clinical services in a pregnancy care ministry for over ten years before deciding to stay home with her two sons, now in their teens. Brooke and her husband Cory have been married for nearly twenty years. They make their home in the Blue Ridge Mountains of Virginia.

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Peace in the Bible is not merely the absence of war, but the presence of wholeness. When we see the word shalom, it connotes a robust, wholehearted fullness of body, mind, and spirit. It’s what God provides for a mother in the trenches, whether she’s an exasperated chef to many, an exhausted caregiver, or up to her ears in dirty laundry. God is the source of this shalom, and He readily grants it to those in need.
To ask for peace like that is to pray. I can think of no other person to best pen a book about prayer and peace and parenthood than Brooke McGlothlin. She has walked the journey from joy to heartache back to fullness again. She’s a companion alongside the roadway of motherhood, encouraging from a position of empathy.
-- Author, The Beautiful Word for Christmas

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