a collection of prayers for all people
About the Book
One of the most loving things we can do in life is to hold others up in prayer for the blessings and presence of the almighty. In a collection of nondenominational prayers, a retired pastor demonstrates to all of us that prayer works—both for the one receiving and the one praying. Retired pastor Roy Bohrer is passionate about his mission of encouraging others to consistently think about all the people they encounter on a daily basis, consider them with compassion and love, and then pray for their well-being. Within his helpful guidebook, Bohrer includes sample prayers that invite anyone to bring the power of God and good into the world, focus on the divine care of others, and ultimately replace worries about ourselves and negativity with happiness. His collection of prayers addresses all people that include family members, strangers on the street, those who serve us, medical caretakers, entertainers, people in foreign lands, and even ourselves. Prayerthink shares a collection of sample prayers that guides readers to fulfill a divine mission and pray for all people. If personal thoughts or references are added by the user, this book could become a personal prayer diary.
About the Author
Roy K. Bohrer was born and raised in suburban St. Paul, Minnesota. After attending St. Olaf College, he earned a bachelor of arts from the University of Minnesota and a master of divinity from Concordia Seminary. Roy is a retired pastor and author of When I Am Older, I Will Pray More. He resides in Austin, Texas.