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New Study of Psalms Impacts All Audiences
Contact: Nella Uitvlugt (pronounced OYT-VLUCT), Executive Director, Friendship Ministries, 888-866-8966, Friendship@Friendship.org
 
GRAND RAPIDS, Mich., Dec. 13 2010 /Christian Newswire/ -- The heart of the Psalmist is revealed in a new study that reaches across intellectual, cultural, and age barriers and is published by Friendship Ministries. Why did God call David a man after His own heart? Largely because David loved God so much he wrote and worshipped God with his whole heart. In return God used David's psalms to show us how much He cares how we feel. The book of Psalms is one of the best-loved parts of Scripture, nourishing believers in times of great joy and of deep sorrow. Friendship Ministries integrates songs inspired by the Psalms with student materials, group leader's resources that include a DVD, and a special devotional CD. And it's from the ministry that is the leader in reaching people with intellectual disabilities ("friends"), developing mentors, and equipping caregivers to communicate God's love.
 
Suitable for all audiences
 
"Out of all the materials we have published, The Psalms study is one that fits all levels in the church," says Friendship Ministries Executive Director Nella Uitvlugt. "Since there are so few studies that cover the Psalms on this deep and accessible level, churches are utilizing this study for all their members," Nella continued.
 
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To schedule an interview or any other media request please contact Nella Uitvlugt (pronounced OYT-VLUCT) at Friendship Ministries at 888.866.8966 or e-mail Friendship@Friendship.org. Friendship Ministries is an interdenominational, international ministry with people who have intellectual disabilities, encouraging fellowship and service for all members of the body of Christ. Psalms: God Cares How I Feel is the latest study published by the ministry. For more visit Friendship.org.