Sunday, June 02, 2013

Praying God's Word for Your Life by Kathi Lipp

Praying God’s Word for

Your Life

By Kathi Lipp



Many women find it easy to pray for the concerns and well-being of others. But when it comes to praying for themselves, they may wonder

-          Should I pray for my own needs?

-          Are any prayers too big or too small?

-          Are my prayers effective?

-          Are my prayers selfish?

-          Does praying really make a difference?

Praying God's Word for Your Life gives women the direction and Scripture they need to bring purpose and power to their prayers. The simple strategies Kathi Lipp shares will create in women the habit of praying with renewed boldness, consistency, and expectation. And Kathi's warm, approachable style will make praying Scripture accessible to new believers and lifelong Christians alike.


Kathi Lipp is the author of Praying God's Word for Your Husband and a busy conference and retreat speaker who reaches thousands of women each year. She is the author of several books and has been a guest on numerous national radio programs, including Focus on the Family. She and her husband have four children and live in California. Find out more at




Endorsement for Praying God’s Word for Your Life


"Kathi Lipp takes us on a life-changing journey to pray God's Word over our lives. I love her practical steps and insights on how to make this a part of our daily routine. Highly recommended."      - Linda Evans Shepherd, bestselling author of When You Don't Know What to Pray

Here  is my review of this terrific prayer book:

First of all, I would like to extend a heartfelt “Thank you” to Kathi Lipp and her publisher for sending me a copy of "Praying God's Word for Your Life" to review for them. I am truly grateful for this generosity. I really appreciate the time, effort and expense it takes to make a reviewer copy available to me.
“Praying God’s Word for Your Life” by Kathi Lipp is a terrific prayer guide.  It covers several topics such as work, worry, marriage, finances and parenting.  Each chapter contains pertinent Scripture and prayers written by the author that you can use as a springboard to your own prayers.  There are also tips throughout the book to help with your prayer life.

I anticipate using this book often, so I created tabs out of colored sticky notes for each chapter.  It’s a wonderful guide for when you are at a loss about what and how to pray.  I find myself beginning by using the author’s prayers and then my own words and thoughts just begin to flow.  I am thrilled to have this book in my collection on prayer.

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