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|Title: Praying Circles Around Your Children|
By: Mark Batterson
Number of Pages: 112
Publication Date: 2012
|Dimensions: 7 X 4 (inches)|
Weight: 3 ounces
Stock No: WW032550
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Based on his New York Times bestseller, The Circle Maker, Mark Batterson shows ordinary parents how to become extraordinary influencers in the lives of their children.
Mark Batterson shares a perfect blend of biblical yet practical advice that will revolutionize your prayer life by giving you a new vocabulary and a new methodology. Through stories of parents just like you, Batterson shares five prayer circles that will not only help you pray for your kids, but also pray through your kids.
You'll see how prayer is your secret weapon as Batterson teaches you how to:
- Create prayer lists unique to your family
- Claim God-inspired promises for your children
- Turn your family circle into a prayer circle
- Discover your child's life themes
- and more
As Batterson says, "I realize that not everyone inherited a prayer legacy like I did, but you can leave a legacy for generations to come. Your prayers have the power to shape the destiny of your children and your children's children. Its time to start circling."
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.