Living on a Prayer

Are you living on a prayer?

HOW do we get there when our attempts at prayer seem so frustrating and so flawed?

Hamlin delves honestly into his past and reveals poignant encounters that have shaped his prayer life, including his complicated relationship with his father, a man who conveyed much compassion and wisdom in mealtime prayers yet struggled mightily with alcohol addiction.

“He’s so candid and real,” confides Morris, “like a personal prayer mentor you would love to talk with over a cup of coffee.”

“He’s so candid and real,” confides Morris, “like a personal prayer mentor you would love to talk with over a cup of coffee.”

From those who want to begin praying to mature Christians and prayer warriors long in the trenches, every person who desires a stronger connection to God or a refreshing look at a vital spiritual discipline will find new inspiration and increased clarity.

This newest book joins Hamlin’s list of offerings, including his memoir, Finding God on the A Train, three novels, a blog about prayer at Guideposts.org and frequent contributions to the best-selling Daily Guideposts annual devotional. A native of California, he and his wife, Carol, reside in New York City, where they have raised two sons.

10 Prayers You Can't Live Without

10 Prayers You Can’t Live Without: How to Talk to God About Anything

Rick Hamlin

Guideposts APRIL 1, 2013

ISBN 978-0-8249-3218-3  Paperback  5½” x 8¼”  240 pages  $14.99

Religion | Christian Life | Spiritual Growth

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Guideposts (guideposts.org), a nonprofit organization, touches millions of lives every day through products and services that inspire, encourage and uplift. Its magazines, books, websites, prayer network and outreach programs help people connect their faith-filled values to their daily lives. Its flagship title, Guideposts, reaches six million readers. The Guideposts family also includes Candy Cane Press, Ideals, Williamson and Summerside Press imprints.

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