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A Pattern of Prayer: A Book of Prayers from Grace and Main Fellowship

by Joshua D Hearne

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A Pattern of Prayer is a guide to prayer based on the daily, weekly, and occasional prayers of an intentional, ecumenical, Christian community called Grace and Main Fellowship in Danville, Virginia. It's designed to cultivate a rhythm to the life of prayer either in groups or by individuals. Providing a structure for morning, midday, evening, and night prayer, it is an excellent devotional aid that also allows the reader, or readers, to pray along with others wherever they may be. Also included are some of the prayers and blessings used in the work of the community, as well as the community's "identity statements" or "little rule." To make use of the prayerbook, all you'll need, in addition to the book, is a Bible.

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