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Award-winning Christian Author Encourages Women to Taste God's Goodness in "Kitchen of Prayer"


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ATLANTA, GA – "Tie on your Apron in the Kitchen of Prayer," an award-winning Bible study from new Christian author Becky Reeser Terry, promises to refresh your relationship with God through diversifying your prayer life. Using a creative acronym of A.P.R.O.N., the Bible study is broken into chapters each focusing on five key elements to guide your conversation with God.

With the light-hearted theme of food and cooking, Kitchen of Prayer is a casual, yet challenging Bible study filled with scripture, thought-provoking questions and rich resources to help women learn and grow in their faith.

“We see throughout the Gospels that Jesus loved dining – it wasn’t the food He craved, but the communing, the conversation, the close connection. My hope and prayer is that through this Bible study women remember the amazing privilege that they have to communicate with Jesus through prayer and be encouraged and inspired to make it a priority,” said Terry, who has been championing women’s ministry for almost 50 years. 


Readers will also delight in reading Terry’s testimony, as well as stories and recipes from her family’s diner outside of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

Tie on your Apron in the Kitchen of Prayer won the 2023 AWSA (Advanced Writers and Speakers Association) Christian Market Devotional of the Year and second place in the Golden Scroll Devotional Book of the Year. It was also a finalist in the Bible Study category of the 2024 Christian Indie Awards.


Terry lives outside Atlanta, Georgia where she and her husband raised their identical twin daughters. More information can be found at


Book Description: Tie on Your Apron in the Kitchen of Prayer

Do you hunger and thirst for quality time and meaningful conversations with God and yet rarely come to the table to dine with Jesus?

Would you like your prayer time to go from bland to zestful?

Then tie on your apron in Becky’s “Kitchen of Prayer.”  Using a creative acronym of A.P.R.O.N.,  the Bible study is broken into chapters each focusing on five key elements of prayer to guide your conversation with God. The “Pantry Provisions” are abundant resources to equip and nourish your soul. They are:

●       A Year’s Worth of Reasons for Adoration

●       Over 100 Reasons to Praise

●       Reasons to Repent

●       An Alphabet Soup of Thanksgiving

●       Our God Supplies Our Every Need

Peppered with amazing true stories, this book will spice up your time with God as you enjoy fresh inspiration. All this, and a bonus too – treasured recipes from the family diner and more! Together, let’s get cooking in the “Kitchen of Prayer” and savor the feast that awaits as you “taste and see that the Lord is good.” Psalm 34:8

 What Others are Saying:

“This book is a feast of richness you will savor again and again. As satisfying as a homemade meal, 'Tie on Your Apron in the Kitchen of Prayer' offers both soul food and comfort food. With every page, you will enjoy the delicious goodness of God and His loving desires for you. Put on the A.P.R.O.N. that Becky provides, gather round her kitchen table, and get ready to be refreshed.”

–Judy Gordon Morrow, Author of The Listening Heart: Hearing God in Prayer

“I especially loved the nostalgic stories and interactive questions that help the reader make personal applications.”

– A judge’s review comment for the 2023 AWSA Golden Scroll Awards

 Author Biography

Becky Terry’s heart for women and encouraging them in their faith journeys enlarged decades ago when she first planned a women’s retreat for her church. Becky became a leader in the women’s ministry orchestrating a myriad of special events and retreats and shepherding prayer groups. Her creative, thoughtful and interactive retreats would require a year-round planning process that women talk about years later. One year’s retreat theme inspired Becky’s first book for women. In the engaging pages of Tie on your Apron in the Kitchen of Prayer, Becky joyfully captures her deep desire to draw women closer to God through Bible study and prayer.

A native of Pennsylvania, Becky lives in Georgia with her husband, Jim, where they welcome visits from their identical twin daughters, son-in-love, and grandson. Becky enjoys reading and writing, walking her quirky poodle, and decorating for Christmas.

Learn more about Becky at

Suggested Interview Questions

·        What was your inspiration for your book?

·        What makes Tie on your Apron in the Kitchen of Prayer different/stand out from other Bible studies?

·        What is the primary purpose of your book?

·        Your Bible study is on prayer, what is the key takeaway for the reader?

·        You share a lot of inspirational stories, both personal and from legends of the faith, can you share one?

·        Tell me about the resources that are included.

·        How do you see people engaging with Kitchen of Prayer?

·        You mention in your book that Jesus wore an apron at the Last Supper, can you share a little more about that?


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