Anyway, of the books I've read recently, this book by Janet Holm McHenry is my favorite. At first, I was skeptical of the book, title and all. Prayerwalking....who goes prayerwalking. How over-the-top! Yet, as I read it, I was interested and found many neat ideas and thoughts stimulated by the author.
I like the straight-forwardness, simple talk, and practicality of this author's writing. She is a high school teacher out west, and has many down-to-earth stories and points to make in the book.
Her main points are:
- Prayer is important
- We should make time to Pray
- Exercise is important
- We should take time to exercise
- Combining both CAN be an act of faith
The book does not force you to feel you have to Go walking and Pray, but she offers her experiences, reasons, and practical tips throughout the book.
I like one of the things she says about habits:
It should be 3 D's. It should be a daily, disciplined descision.
And I agree with the quip even on the back of the book: It's time to exercies your prayer life.
You can find a copy of this book on Amazon.com or CBD.com
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