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Questions to Guide Your Journey Through The Lord's Prayer

If you're looking for your next small-group book study—or just looking for a great book to read—look no further! Our Way Home is a journey through the Lord's Prayer you don't want to miss, complete with discussion questions that are perfect for both group discussion and individual reflection.

Curious what someone could say that hasn't already been said about the Lord's Prayer? For many people, Our Way Home offers a fresh new perspective on the prayer, whether they've prayed the Lord's Prayer ten thousand times or only twice. Check out what a few people are saying about Our Way Home:

"I learned the Lord's prayer 25 years ago, but I never understood it until now. I thought this book would be a great gift for new Christians, but it turned out to be the greatest gift to me. It invites us to exit life's crazy highway to spread a picnic blanket in the warm sun with God and His Word. Paavola masterfully weaves stories and deep biblical understanding to guide us through the prayer that Jesus taught us." —Donna Pyle

“Dr. Paavola . . . invites you on a lively journey in which you are actively placed in each petition to see anew the kingdom, power and glory of our Father. This book has changed the way I pray the Lord’s Prayer.” —Amy Gray

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Written by

Barbara Shippy

Barbara Shippy was an associate editor at Concordia Publishing House. She attended the University of Missouri—Columbia, where she studied journalism and French. Barbara and her husband enjoy going to baseball games, traveling, and playing on the worship team at church.

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