Why, How and When to Pray
How Do I Pray?
What I believe first and foremost about prayer is that it is relationship with God, and that is the key factor.
Creating a Sacred Space
One way to reclaim [the] holy core that exists within us is to create a simple space where what is divine may be drawn out.
Prayer is—and should be—a mystery, the greatest mystery of all because in it you try to engage the God who is unknowable in ordinary conversation.
Contemplative practices are a place of connection among all religions and a potential source of wisdom for all people.
Celtic prayer is at the
heart of Celtic Spirituality. To pray these
prayers coming from the Celtic lands
of Ireland, Scotland, and Wales
one is drawn into the mystery of God’s presence
in all things and the
joy of expressing that presence in a pattern of praise and
The Lord's Prayer
An eight part series exploring the Lord's Prayer line by line
A World of Prayers
Belief divides the religions of the world, but prayer unites them. Across ages and cultures, prayers of Jews, Christians, Hindus, Muslims, and even non-theistic Buddhists have been strikingly similar in form, substance, and intention.
ROBERT BENSON ON PRAYING WITH WORDS
Popular spiritual author Robert Benson has been writing
leading retreats and workshops, and sharing his experiences of
faith for more
than 25 years. He’s a passionate guy about many
things, but most of
all we wanted to talk with him
about praying with words.