The Book of Not So Common Prayer
Practical and spiritual insight provided with a counselor's genius for offering something actionable-this handbook offers nothing less than a changed life, and a radical call. Linda McCullough Moore builds compelling for a life founded on prayer, delivering a well-supported methodical...
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Practical and spiritual insight provided with a counselor's genius for offering something actionable-this handbook offers nothing less than a changed life, and a radical call.
Linda McCullough Moore builds compelling for a life founded on prayer, delivering a well-supported methodical progression of concrete steps to prayer. Beautifully written, evocative, and intelligent, this primer includes stories of transformation that encourage a new way of praying and of living a vibrant faith.
Introducing a "Rule of Life" and bringing spiritual and prayer disciplines to real-time life, the author brings readers to a submergence into a radical prayer life, one small step at a time.
Includes a prayer guide, useful tools, and "real" prayers-the kind of prayers we pray in private, not on the stage.
Patrick Moore was born on March 4, 1923. He is one of the most prolific authors of popular astronomy books. He began publishing astronomy books in 1950 and has been extremely active ever since. He is director of the lunar section of the British Astronomical Association and was director of the Armagh Planetarium in Northern Ireland from 1965 to 1968. Moore has been the host of a television program, "The Sky at Night," which appeared first on BBC in April 1957. He was awarded the Order of the British Empire in 1968 for his work in astronomy.
Linda McCullough Moore is the author of more than 200 works of fiction, essay, memoir, and poetry, including a short story collection and the literary novel, The Distance Between. Her writing has been published in such places as The Massachusetts Review, O the Oprah Magazine, House Beautiful, and The Boston Globe, and her book reviews are commentary are regularly featured in Books and Culture and on NPR. The winner of a number of short fiction awards, Linda lives in Northampton Massachusetts, where she teaches weekly creative writing workshops and mentors aspiring writers.