Friendship, listening, and empathy: A Prayer GuideTwo Hands: Grief and Gratitude in the Christian LifeSabbath Keeping FastingA Renewed SpiritualityNurturing Hope: Christian Pastoral Care in the Twenty-First CenturyThe Power of ListeningJoy Together: Spiritual Practices for Your CongregationPersonality Type in CongregationsPrayers of the Old TestamentPrayers of the New TestamentSabbathFriendingA Garden of Living Water: Stories of Self-Discovery and Spiritual GrowthDeath in Dunedin: A NovelDead Sea: A NovelDeadly Murmurs: A NovelBeating Burnout in CongregationsReaching Out in a Networked WorldEmbracing MidlifeAdvent DevotionalDraw Near: Lenten Devotional by Lynne Baab, illustrated by Dave Baab

Welcome to my website

Lynne Baab • Saturday June 28 2014

Welcome to my website

Don’t you love the moody watercolor I chose for the very top of this website? It’s Lake Harrison in British Columbia, and the artist is my talented husband, Dave Baab. The illustration of this post is another of his watercolors of Lake Harrison. I often use Dave's watercolors as illustrations for my blog posts, so you can scroll through recent posts to see his art. 

My passion is prayer, and many of my blog posts focus on various forms of prayer. I long for Christians to enjoy prayer and feel confident and grateful that we can draw near to the living God, walk with Jesus, and hear the encouraging and challenging voice of the Holy Spirit. Encouraging prayer is the big purpose of this website. One of the additional purposes is to make it easy for people to get information about my books. On laptops, you'll see the covers of my books to the left of the blog. Each cover is a link to a page with information about that book. On cell phones, visit my books page to see all my book covers and click to get information about those books.  

I upload a blog post every week. If you'd like to receive an email when I post on this blog, sign up below under "subscribe."

Be sure to check out my articles page. Over the years I’ve written many articles on topics related to my books, and I want those articles to be available to anyone who desires to read them or use them in any kind of class,  small group, or leadership team. You’re welcome to print them out and use them with groups.

On the bio page, you may enjoy the interviews posted there. Over the years, several people have interviewed me for their blogs. On the academic page, my entire Ph.D. on church websites is accessible, along with an academic article that came out of my Ph.D.

Thank you for spending time on my website. Your interest is a blessing to me.



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