Trypraying — is for those who are not religious and don't do church.
It's the work of a traffic planner, a shop manager, a writer, a designer, an entrepreneur, a civil engineer and others.
The desire to reach out to God is basic to many, many people. Trypraying is a resource for people like that: no church connection or interest, but open to find out about God. The trypraying booklet is a 7-day prayer guide and is now being used by many to pass on to friends and family with a few words of encouragement, 'Why don't you try praying for a week and see what happens in your life?'
If you want information about the project that has grown around this go to there is hope. The idea, resources and project around this are run by a small charity registered in Scotland called There Is Hope.
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