Prayer is the experience of corporate or individual nearness with God, through words, acts, or silence. Any act or activity offered to God in a spirit of dedication may be prayerful. This nearness may take the form of addressing God, as in prayers of petition, praise, and thanksgiving; or the form of listening, as in contemplative and meditative prayer. Both forms assume a relationship between God and the one who prays.
EQUIP. TEACH. FORM.
DISCIPLES OF ALL AGES.
Four opening prayers to use for a meeting, event, or gathering with additional book recommendations.
A simple practice for using prayer beads with resources for making sets of beads as an individual, family, or group.
Four prayers for social justice, change, and working for the common good.
Worry Eaters help children to express their anxieties and set them aside for a time. They also make for a great way to pray.