Amelia is an author, speaker, and storyteller with a passion for connecting people to God and each other. She is the author of Pray A to Z: A Practical Guide to Pray for Your Community, and Isn't it Time for a Coffee Break? Doing life together in an all-about-me kind of world. Her writing has been featured in four Chicken Soup for the Soul titles and in the international devotional The Upper Room. As an author and a speaker, Amelia has a passion for taking the everyday stories of life and connecting them with God's truths. Her style as a storyteller is personable and authentic and relates to people of all ages. Her messages encourage … Learn More about Welcome
Pray A to Z
Change the World One Prayer at a Time. How would our community change if instead of absently saying, “I’ll pray for you,” we actually did pray–deeply, intensely, and purposefully? Pray A to Z: A Practical Guide to Praying for Your Community will help you topically organize your prayer requests and lay the burdens of your […]
Praise for Pray A to Z
Have you ever longed to pray more effectively for your community? Amelia Rhodes has written an outstanding resource that will help you to initiate prayerful conversations with God. Pray A to Z will assist you in covering important topics in an organized way that will enrich your time alone with God. You’ll want one copy for yourself and several more to give to your friends.
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