Life Tool: Prayer Notebook

This is my favorite prayer app. One that was recommended to me by a good friend and pastor of the church I attend.

Prayer Notebook

App Store Description:

Have you ever told someone you would pray for them only to see them again a few days later and realize you had forgotten? Us too! That is why we made Prayer Notebook. We want you to be able to organize your prayer life so that you can focus on what’s most important, prayer.

Prayer Notebook has been downloaded 70,000+ times and has been called the “Best Prayer App” by NY Times best-selling author Ann Voskamp!

Designed to be your personal prayer assistant, you can use Prayer Notebook to:

• Focus on intentional prayer in fullscreen prayer mode
• Schedule prayers daily, weekly, monthly or for a specific day
• Assign a contact to your prayer
• Organize your prayers into categories
• Attach a photo to a prayer
• Set a reminder alert for prayers to remind you to pray at a specific time or date
• Update prayer information directly from your prayer list
• Send a message to your contacts when you have prayed for them
• Mark prayer requests as answered

Simply rotate your phone on any prayer list and enter fullscreen Prayer Mode is perfect for quiet times and quickly looking at all the details of a prayer in one place.

Never forget a prayer request again, simplify and organize your prayers with Prayer Notebook today and watch your list of answered prayers grow!

Life Tool: GoodReads

I’be been using GoodReads for over 5 years now, and it’s nice tool.

It keeps track of your books with a feature named My Books.

Plus it integrates with Amazon, so any books you buy there are available inside GoodReads. And it integrates into many popular social networks so you can find out what your friends are reading and share with them what you are reading.

You can set reading goals, and see the most popular books overall or across your friends.