Lubbock, TX (PRWEB) January 24, 2018
“Prayer Matters: reflections and suggestions for ‘doing prayer’” is the creation of published author, Marilyn Wragg. Marilyn has enjoyed a rich variety of work experiences. Moving often during the early years of her marriage, she taught school and worked for an oil company, university, and bank. After settling in Lubbock, she worked thirteen years in sales for General Electric Company. Marilyn then returned to her educational roots and served twenty years directing The Curriculum Center for Family and Consumer Sciences at Texas Tech University prior to retiring. Marilyn currently lives in Lubbock, Texas with her husband, Mike. They are blessed with a daughter, son-in-law, son who now resides in Heaven, daughter-in-law, and three delightful grandchildren.
“Whether you are relatively experienced with prayer, brand new, or somewhere in between, you are invited to ponder these prayer matters and to implement those suggestions for “doing prayer” that appeal to you. Because, ultimately, while we may not know the intricate workings of prayer this side of Heaven, one thing we do know is … Prayer Matters!” --Marilyn Wragg
Published by Christian Faith Publishing, Marilyn Wragg’s new book offers suggestions and aides to help facilitate prayer.
There are Biblical principles that teach much about prayer. God’s spiritual spokespersons have also offered plenty of insights. No one, however, actually has to understand prayer to pray. People learn to pray by praying. The more people pray, the more natural praying becomes.
“Prayer Matters: reflections and suggestions for ‘doing prayer’” invites readers to join author Marilyn Wragg as she delves into the practice of prayer. She discusses various prayer topics. She also explores the basic principles behind prayer and offers different approaches to prayer.
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