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Vendor: Harvest House Publishers
Publication Date: 2011
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Bestselling author Angela Thomas is an adoring mom whose prayers, presented as letters to God, celebrate a mom’s delight in everyday moments with a newborn boy. Each expression of hope, gratitude, and purpose is beautifully bundled with Julie Johnson’s heartwarming photos of sweet babies that are sure to spark smiles for everyone who has loved a little boy.
From the very first page, readers are reminded of the many joys and privileges of raising a child and will be led to times of prayer and thanksgiving. This tender tribute to the wonder of new life and the divine gift of motherhood will be a keepsake for all moms, grandmas, and anyone who treasures little ones.
Angela Thomas is a sought-after speaker, teacher, and bestselling author of Do You Think I’m Beautiful?, My Single Mom Life, Prayers for My Baby Boy, and Prayers for My Baby Girl. She inspires thousands at national conferences, workshops, and through video studies that she filmed and wrote including Brave: Honest Questions Women Ask. www.angelathomas.com
Julie Johnson built a reputation for quality and creative innovation as a photographer. Since establishing her business in 2001, her award-winning work has grown to include studio and on-site portraiture, wedding photojournalism, and four published books, Welcome to Our Table, Prayers for My Baby Girl, Prayers for My Baby Boy, and Southern Teatime Pleasures.
Young moms and dads will find Angela and Julie’s books to be a source of encouragement, inspiration, and warm entertainment as they read through the prayers and enjoy Julie’s beautiful photos of little boys and girls.”
Dr. Michael B. Pawelke, Compass Point Bible Church
This book, filled with beautiful prayers and pictures of sweet baby boys, warmed my heart. Wow! I believe in heartfelt prayer to my Lord, but as I read this book filled with prayer I thought to myself, What if every new parent prayed for their child like this?’ We could see a generation of change and answered prayers. I would highly recommend this book to any expectant mom or new mother.”
Tammy CarrKentuckyAge: 35-44Gender: female5 Stars Out Of 5Prayers for My Baby BoySeptember 21, 2011Tammy CarrKentuckyAge: 35-44Gender: femaleQuality: 5Value: 4Meets Expectations: 5This book filled with beautiful prayers and pictures of sweet baby boys also warmed my heart. Probably my most favorite prayer was on page 25 the prayer for "My Baby-in-love". Angela actually wrote a prayer for a future daughter-in-law. It defintely planted a seed in my heart that if I am blessed with a child that not only should I pray for them but for their future spouse. Here is a small portion of that prayer, "Wherever she is, Lord, I pray that she will know great devotion and protection. Let her parents love her with a mighty love and shelter her heart from evil. I pray for a childhood that is tender, carefree, and filled with lots of play and laughter. Let somebody tell her over and over how much she is loved and adored. Give her the security of a family and place to call home...." Wow! I believe in hearfelt prayer to my Lord but as I read this book filled with prayer I thought to myself, "What if every new parent prayed for their child like this?". We could see a generation of change and answered prayers. I would highly recommend this book to any expectant mom or new mother