is a book for those struggling to establish an effective life of
prayer. Written neither for seasoned monastic nor lofty scholar, A Beginner's Guide to Prayer
speaks to the average man or woman on the street who desires a deeper
relationship with God but is unsure how or where to begin.
Drawing from nearly 2000 years of Orthodox spiritual wisdom, the
author offers warm, practical, pastoral advice whose genius is to be
found in its homespun simplicity and straightforwardness of style. If
you've been desiring to make prayer a meaningful and regular part of
your life, A Beginner's Guide to Prayer will help set you on
your way. But be careful! Prayer can be habit forming! In fact, the
advice offered in this book may just change the course of the rest of
your life. So, in the words of the author, "What are you waiting for?
Start to pray!"