Item description for Doors Into Prayer: An Invitation (Paraclete Pocket Faith) by Emilie Griffin...
Overview Whether you are a beginner at prayer or fully engaged in the life of prayer, this little book will offer profound insight and encouragement. Emilie Griffin discusses the relentless human hunger for prayer, the seeming elusiveness of God, the pitfalls of discouragement and doubt, and the whispers of consolation that come through prayer. She invites us ultimately to put the book down, to mend the ragged edges of our own prayer lives, and to set out once again on the remarkable adventure that is prayer.
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Studio: Paraclete Press
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 6.54" Width: 4.58" Height: 0.42" Weight: 0.27 lbs.
Release Date Sep 30, 2005
Publisher Paraclete Press (MA)
Series Paraclete Pocket Faith
ISBN 1557254567 ISBN13 9781557254566
Availability 0 units.
More About Emilie Griffin
Emilie Dietrich Griffin, a native of New Orleans, lived in New York and worked in the advertising field there for many years, most recently as a Vice-President of Compton. The first director of a special program within the Council of Better Business Bureaus for advertising directed to children, she has contributed a chapter to Children and the Faces of Television, Academic Press. She now lives in New Orleans and has written lately for America, New Catholic World, Publishers Weekly, Cross Currents, and the Bulletin of the New York C.S. Lewis Society.
Emilie Griffin currently resides in Alexandria, in the state of Louisiana.
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Reviews - What do customers think about Doors Into Prayer: An Invitation?
Thank you Emilie! Sep 25, 2002
This small (just right for a hand), pretty book is full of affirming doors to prayer. Just beginning to pray? Perfect. Praying for a lifetime? Perfect. Clear language, profound invitations. Buy two--one for purse, one for bedstand. Emilie Griffin is on staff of Renovare, a great retreat/publishing group started by Richard Foster (Celebration of Disciplines; Simplicity). I love the way Emilie writes to everyman, and every woman too.