The Shepherd’s Prayer by Richard Barry

Written by Richard M. Barry, The Shepherds’ Prayer is about a young man named Anam. Thirty years after he was orphaned in the tragic Slaughter of the Innocents he returns to Bethlehem on a quest to discover his parents’ identity. His only clue is a cryptic message on a lambskin blanket about a child born in a stable in Bethlehem.

Who is this mysterious child? And what could such a child have to do with Anam’s own birth and destiny? Through a providential encounter with a small band of shepherds, the young man comes to realize that his quest has little to do with his ancestry—and everything to do with his soul.

You can read the first two chapters and find out more information at

Also, Chuck Colson, founder of Prison Fellowship, wrote a review of The Shepherd’s Prayer. You can read it here.

Richard Barry is an author, publisher, inventor, entrepreneur and committed Christian. He wrote The Shepherd’s Prayer to help disseminate the untold story of the Bethlehem shepherds of the Bible. A labor of love, the inspiring story of tragedy, suffering, faith, hope and triumphant vindicaton took nine years to complete.

A native of Texas, Richard now lives with his family in Centennial, Colorado.

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