Pocket Prayers: Little books that go a long way. LITFUSE REVIEW

Hey everyone! I was blessed to receive 6 little prayer books to give away as gifts. These are lovely little books that are blessings to all who receive them. I was tasked with the duty to distribute these to others, but I literally just received these a few days ago so I've not had a chance to send them to their new homes! Here is how I plan to bless others with these prayer books:

Pocket Prayers for Teachers: This will be gifted to a special teacher who means a lot to my family. I can't give more info since she's not received it yet!

Pocket Prayers for Dad: This is being used in a Father's Day gift from my son to his step dad.

Pocket Prayers for Moms: I'm giving this to my mom for Mother's Day

Pocket Prayers for Friends: I'm giving this to my best friend!

Pocket Prayers for Military Life: I'm not sure yet! I think I may carry this with me and when we see solider we will give it to them randomly!

Pocket Prayers for Graduates: I'm holding on to this one until my niece graduates college next year. I know she will appreciate this a lot!

These little books pack a lot of good words in them, with prayers that fit each "theme." I am very thankful to get the chance to bless others with these! 

About the books: 

Pocket Prayers (with various authors; Thomas Nelson, March 2016)

Bestselling author Max Lucado has teamed up with six authors to write the Pocket Prayers series for those in need of peace, renewal, rest, faith, hope, joy, direction, serenity, and courage.

Short, simple prayers are very effective, which is why each book in the series contains forty guided prayers and complementary scriptures for any situation, including for:

-Moms (written with daughter Andrea Lucado)
-Grads (written with daughter Andrea Lucado)
-Dads (written with Mark Mynheir)
-Military Life (written with Mark Mynheir)
-Teachers (written with blogger Jennifer Hale)
-Friends (written with Betsy St. Amant)

Purchase your copies: http://amzn.to/1VgCJqv
About the author: 

More than 120 million readers have found inspiration and encouragement in the writings of Max Lucado. He lives with his wife, Denalyn, and their mischievous mutt, Andy, in San Antonio, Texas, where he serves the people of Oak Hills Church.