I created a prayerbook modelled after the ancient Christian prayer practice called the Daily Office. The book is called Seeking God's Face: praying with the bible through the year, and to my utter surprise, many people across the globe have found it to be a helpful resource to renew their prayer life. I hope you do too.
Here are a few of my favourite reviews:
"Seeking God's Face melds prayer and Scripture into a companionable guide for becoming a participant—both listening and speaking—in the great salvation conversation that is the Christian gospel."
— Eugene Peterson, author of The Message
"Inspired in every sense of that word and masterfully compiled, Seeking God's Face is a prayer book always and everywhere to be treasured ... in this one volume, Philip Reinders gives the Church not only a solution to that problem but also a God-drenched prayer tool suitable for all of us."
— Phyllis Tickle, Compiler, The Divine Hours.
"I think this is a wonderful gift to foster intentional Christian piety with a Reformed accent. It would be a marvelous way for those new to the Reformed tradition to connect themselves not just to the doctrines of Reformed theology but also the practices of Reformed piety."
— James K.A. Smith, Professor of Philosophy, Calvin College
"Wonderful, wonderful, wonderful—a Mary Poppins book—"practically perfect in every way." I love it all, and am particularly delighted to see the creative use of confessions from the Reformed tradition in the beautiful prayers. I can't praise the book highly enough, and I'm recommending it everywhere I go."
— Christopher Webb, President, Renovare