Endorsements

 Father Dan explains the origins of his book Prayers for Healing from the Anglican Tradition in the Oct 2010 edition of the Toronto Anglican newspaper. (link to follow soon).

Prayers for Healing from the Anglican Tradition is the subject of an April 16th, 2010 Christian Week article by Mags Storey.

Prayers for Healing from the Anglican Tradition was featured in the February 2010 issue of The Anglican (the diocesan newpaper of the Diocese of Toronto).  A PDF of that issue can be found here. The story is on page 12.

Prayers for Healing from the Anglican Tradition was the subject of a February 12th, 2010 story entitled “Book of Healing Prayers Pocket-sized but Powerful,” by Ali Symons on the anglican.ca website (the website of the General Synod of the Anglican Church of Canada).  This story has also been picked up by brocknews.ca

What People Are Saying About

Prayers for Healing from the Anglican Tradition:

“Prayers for Healing is the most sensitive and useful compilation of prayers for the anxious, sick, and broken-hearted that I have discovered in my decades of ministry. Daniel Graves’ book is a welcomed gift to those of us engaged in pastoral ministry and graceful balm to those in need of healing prayer.” — The Rev. Canon Al Budzin, Incumbent (St. Philip’s Anglican Church, Etobicoke, ON)

“I have given this book to a number of friends who are currently experiencing grief, illness, sadness in their lives. All have found it very comforting.” — Teena Bogner (Newmarket, ON)

“I so enjoy reading this little prayer book, because it is very user-friendly.  The prayers are beautiful, well-researched and neatly grouped under appropriate headings.  It is a joy to have this little gem for quick reference.  I think it is not only useful for lay anointers, but for laypeople who wish to enrich their prayer life.” – May Kong (lay visitor, Diocese of Toronto)

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