Monday, July 11, 2011
When I first received this book, I thought that this book talked about our walk with the Lord. Instead, I found out that the title is very literal in what this book talks about. The whole point of this book was to teach us to talk a literal walk and pray while doing so.
I'm the kind of person that generally likes books that talk about guidelines on how to do/improve things, or a personal story. This book combined the two together and gave a lot of information on Janet's personal prayer walk time.
I loved the idea itself of a prayer walk. I desperately need to get out in God's creation and just "take it all in". Having some time to just think, pray and admire God's handiwork. I have not been able to do anything like this consistently for a very long time having 3 children and being a stay-at-home, homeschooling mom. This book has challenged me to take that time that is so desperately needed and get alone with God. Another thing I have enjoyed about this book is the lessons in the back of the book. There's some really good information there.
What I did not like about this book was that it was so lengthy in her personal walk. If I had went into this book realizing that, I think I would have been better that aspect of it.
All in all this book is a great guide and hits on things the modern American needs to do more of. Exercise, Talk to God and Get Out In Nature!
"I received this book for free from WaterBrook Multnomah Publishing Group for this review"