The Teenage Prayer Experiment Notebook by Miranda Threlfall-Holmes, Noah Threlfall-Holmes

The Teenage Prayer Experiment Notebook

Written by Miranda Threlfall-Holmes, Noah Threlfall-Holmes
Illustrated by


The Teenage Prayer Experiment Notebook by Miranda Threlfall-Holmes, Noah Threlfall-Holmes

Interactive and experiential journal introducing prayer practices to teenagers Space for teenagers to record their own thoughts on the practice and to read what other people have said Ideal confirmation gift Fresh, contemporary design This book is based on a blog run by Revd Miranda Threlfall-Holmes and her teenage son, Noah, Miranda and Noah developed the blog and book as they could find nothing on the market to introduce teenagers to different ways of praying. Each chapter of the book introduces a prayer practice, e.g using labyrinths, Lego Bible modelling, prayer beads, prayer walking. It also includes comments by teenagers who have tried it out and space for the young person to record their own thoughts.


'It's really captured the imaginations of my young people'

About the Author

Revd Dr Miranda Threlfall-Holmes is Vicar of Belmont and Pittington in the Diocese of Durham and an honorary fellow of Durham University. She is co-editor of Being a Chaplain (SPCK, 2011) and author of The Essential History of Christianity (SPCK, 2012). Noah Threlfall-Holmes is Miranda's teenage son.

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128 pages


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SPCK Publishing

Publication date

16th April 2015



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