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Where Jesus Prayed

Where Jesus Prayed

Illuminating the Lord's Prayer in the Holy Land

by Danielle Shroyer

"A book that can help you do one of the most important and meaningful things in life: encounter God, as you are, wherever you are." ~Brian D. McLaren, author/activist

About the Book and Author

About the Book and Author

An experience far beyond a simple tour of the Holy Land. This book creates an atmosphere in which Jesus comes alive.

Read an Excerpt From

Read an Excerpt From "Where Jesus Prayed"

"The goal of pilgrimage-taking is manifold, but central is the practice of being present, of being alive in each now-moment, of attuning one's soul to the fullness of sight and sound, touch and taste and smell."

Praise for

Praise for "Where Jesus Prayed"

"Unexpected, new ways of viewing the places, and she centers it entirely around a conversation with Jesus. Highly recommended!" ~Jaime Clark-Soles, Associate Professor of New Testament, SMU Perkins School of Theology

Video Q&A with Danielle Shroyer

Video Q&A with Danielle Shroyer

Author Danielle Shroyer on what surprised her most about the Holy Land, how best to prepare for such a pilgrimage, and the prayer that came alive for her in a whole new way along the journey.

Danielle Shroyer's Website

Danielle Shroyer's Website

Check out Danielle Shroyer's website and blog, a place where she shares ideas, provokes thoughts, and asks questions about faith.

The Selfie or The Song

The Selfie or The Song

Danielle Shroyer

When we find ourselves gazing at Jesus, do we sing, or do we take a selfie? Dear God, I hope we sing.

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Walking With Jesus

Walking With Jesus

Bruce Epperly

Jesus was a pilgrim, and every walk is a type of pilgrimage from the known to the unknown.

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Author Danielle Shroyer Discusses "Where Jesus Prayed"

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