Global Prayers for All People: Various Occasions, From Many Faith Traditions

Global Prayers for All People: Various Occasions, From Many Faith Traditions

by Paul Wheelhouse

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Overview

Global Prayers for All People: Various Occasions, Many Faiths, contains four main parts. Parts I through III prayers have all been written by the author, Rev. Paul Wheelhouse, for a broad audience in mind, reaching out to peoples in various continents, countries, and of various nationalities and ethnic groups, and of various faiths and creeds. While the book is premised on a few basic beliefs, it is non-sectarian. People of various faiths should find it helpful. Part I contains prayers for various occasions, events, or concerns for individuals. Part II contains "Intercessory" prayers, which broadly understood, are prayers for the users praying for other people. Part III, a unique part of the book, contains over forty occupational prayers. The final part, Part IV, contains excerpts from each of the major world religion's sacred texts, each expressing a universality and may be understood in a prayerful way. In addition to the four main parts, the book includes a Concise Prayer Primer in the front. The book contains a Forward and an Introduction, both written by the author. Finally, the book contains an Index of Authors and Sources, and a thorough Subject Index.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940150940802
Publisher: Wheel House Publications
Publication date: 11/26/2010
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 127
File size: 93 KB

About the Author

Paul Wheelhouse was born in St. Louis, Missouri, and raised a Christian. He gave his life to God during his first two years of college when He also first sensed the Call to the ministry. The Call to serve God full-time led him to seminary in the Midwest, where he earned his Master of Divinity degree in 1994. He served five years in the pastoral ministry in congregations in Florida and Georgia.
While serving his first church, Rev. Wheelhouse began writing as an occasional columnist on the religion page of the Jackson County Floridan. He began to prolifically write after the year 2000, and he desired to serve the greater religious community stretching beyond the small conservative body he was a part.
In early 2009, he launched the global prayers website globalprayingservants.com and later that year began teaching the World Religions course at a local community college. The idea for the Global Prayers book naturally arose after a period of a few months of writing and posting several prayers on this site. Rev. and now Adjunct Professor Paul Wheelhouse continues his Religion studies.

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