The "R" Father by Mark Hart

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How often do we view the Our Father only as a series of petitions rather than as a way to the heart of our heavenly Father? Popular Catholic author Mark Hart says that the prayer Jesus gave us is a “reactionary” prayer—one that calls for a response from us. As he reflects on each of the words and phrases of the Our Father, he emphasizes the intimate relationship that God desires to have with us.
Each of the fourteen ways Hart suggests for responding to the Lord’s Prayer begins with the letter “R”—from “remembrance” to “repentance” to “reliance” to “resolve.” This book will give readers a new appreciation for this profound yet simple prayer as well as a deeper understanding of the love that our Father pours out on us, his children.
Informal and engaging style will appeal to both younger and older Catholics.

Mark Hart is executive vice president for Life Teen International and is affectionately known to millions across the world simply as the "Bible Geek®." An award-winning author and producer, Mark is a popular speaker and regular guest on several Catholic radio shows. His weekly podcast and DVD bible study resources have helped Catholics of all ages read and study Scripture. Mark lives in Phoenix, Arizona, with his wife, Melanie, and their three daughters, Hope, Trinity, and Faith.

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MARK HART leads conferences, retreats and missions for teens and adults around the world. He is vice president of Life Teen International, a Catholic youth ministry, and is the author of Blessed Are the Bored in Spirit: A Young Catholic's Search for Meaning and Ask the Bible Geek?: Answers to Questions from Catholic Teens. Mark and his wife, Melanie, have two daughters and live in Phoenix.
Published April 1, 2010 by The Word Among Us Press. 183 pages
Genres: Religion & Spirituality. Non-fiction

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