Posted by: Walk.Build.Proclaim | June 8, 2013

Kneeling with Giants

We did it! We made it through the first week of #blog2013.  Here on Walk.Build.Proclaim we’ve had a wonderful week of exploring different forms of prayer, from walking humbly with our God, to praying with color.

As a wrap-up to this one week of prayer, I would like to share with you one of my favorite books that looks at a variety of prayer forms: Kneeling With Giants by Gary Neal Hansen. I found this wonderful video by the author of the book.

Seasons of Your Heart is a book of prayer that is like an old and comfortable friend. My copy is about 15 years old already.It has all sorts of bookmarks and dog-ears. I would classify this book as a must-have on your shelf if you are involved in any sort of ministry.

seasons of your heart

Praying our Lives

This book, Praying Our Lives was a gift and has quickly become one of my favorite books of prayer, as well as one of my favorite books to share with other women.

We’d also like to thank everyone that has visited our blog this week! We hope that you were inspired to incorporate a new form of prayer into your life!

We are excited to head into the second week of this blog challenge as we are going to spend the week getting to know some wonderful women of faith.

Prayer: Lord, we thank you for this week and for being able to share in the work of some wonderful writers and thinkers.  We ask that you continue to be with us as we journey thru these next 3-weeks of writing. 



  1. Thank you so much for featuring my book here! I’d love to correspond about it. You can find contact info on my blog (

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Gary Neal Hansen

Theology. It's good for you.

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