Item description for Grandma, I Need Your Prayers: Blessing Your Grandchildren Through the Power of Prayer by Quin Sherrer & Ruthanne Garlock...
Overview Relates stories that demonstrate the power of prayer, offering practical advice on how women can pray for the well-being of their grandchildren in a variety of areas. Original.
Publishers Description Praying God s Blessings on Your Grandchildren Whether they live a continent away or just down the street, your grandchildren need your prayers. By praying for them regularly, you can have an enormous influence on their spiritual, emotional, and physical well-being. Even children who are reared in a Christian home need someone to pray for them, and who can do it better than a grandma? Grandma, I Need Your Prayers is an easy-to-use guide for prayer that will encourage you with practical help and motivate you with wonderful stories of answered prayers. It will show you how to pray strategically and specifically for grandchildren of any age. Topics include praying for: Their homes Their friends Their safety Their schools Their character development Their relationship with God Prodigal grandchildren Unborn grandchildren . . . and more Each chapter contains Bible passages and prayers related to the topic of the chapter so that you can begin praying for the needs of those you love. This book will help you give your grandchildren one of the most precious gifts they will ever receive--the legacy of a praying grandmother."
From Publishers Weekly We've had The Power of a Praying Wife and The Power of a Praying Parent. But
what about the power of a praying grandmother? In Grandma, I Need Your
Prayers: Blessing Your Grandchildren Through the Power of Prayer, Quin Sherrer
and Ruthanne Garlock (who have 10 grandchildren between them) instruct fellow
grandmas in the art of praying for their grandkids' spiritual growth, family
life, education, health, etc. The best parts of the book are the stories about
special intergenerational relationships, deepened by prayer and time spent
together. ( Jan.) Copyright 2001 Cahners Business Information.
Citations And Professional Reviews Grandma, I Need Your Prayers: Blessing Your Grandchildren Through the Power of Prayer by Quin Sherrer & Ruthanne Garlock has been reviewed by professional book reviewers and journalists at the following establishments -
Publishers Weekly - 01/14/2002
PW Notes and Reprints - 01/14/2002 page 57
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.5" Width: 5.5" Height: 0.7" Weight: 0.45 lbs.
Release Date Jan 15, 2002
Publisher Zondervan Publishing
ISBN 0310240263 ISBN13 9780310240266 UPC 025986240264
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More About Quin Sherrer & Ruthanne Garlock
Quin Sherrer has published many books, written for many leading Christian magazines, and received numerous awards. She's also been a guest on more than 300 radio and television shows and is a speaker at weekend retreats for churches, women's groups, and military congregations. Sherrer and her husband, LeRoy, live in Florida.
Quin Sherrer currently resides in Colorado Springs Niceville Nic, in the state of Colorado.
Reviews - What do customers think about Grandma I Need Your Prayers?
What a great manual! Nov 26, 2002
Every grandmother needs this book! It is packed with insightful stories, cogent examples, suggestions that are doable, and so much more. In a little book is considerable wisdom and sage advice. The short, powerful chapters begin with a quote from the Bible and then a quote that brings the whole chapter into focus. Peppered throughout the chapter are verses and clarifications which enhance and enrich the material thereby increasing comprehension and usage of the information. Closing each chapter is a prayer, helpful Scriptures, a Scripture prayer, and related Scripture references. What I especially found helpful were the suggestions for grandmothers both near and far to their grandchildren. Some suggestions were eating lunch or meeting the classroom teacher to tell him or her they are being prayed for each day. Another asset to the book is how it addresses compassionately the issues of adoption, special needs, and abuse. Again, with powerful testimonies and Scripture the reader is calmed, guided, and comforted concerning their special child. Unusual in a book such as this is its appendix which provides such things a baby dedication ceremony and a sample journal page. The suggested reading pages have great books. This book is also available in Spanish. Be sure to get a copy soon and begin to truly bless your grandchildren.