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Speaking to the Soul: The power of prayer

That’s the power of this prayer; the power of Jesus’ admonition to pray. There is such beauty in this prayer. It’s this prayer that unites us into community. It’s this prayer that comes to us in our deepest need and our deepest joy.

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The Book of Comic Prayer

No, it’s not the prayer said by a comedian before going on-stage, it is a book that explores prayer through comic art written by Heather Annis, Director of Children and Youth Ministries at St. John’s Episcopal Church, Barrington, Rhode Island.

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Post election prayer campaign launched

In the midst of continuing tension, the Anglican Fellowship of Prayer has launched a Post-Election Prayer Campaign, seeking to create a discipline of deep prayer for the well-being of all of America’s citizens

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A gift: prayer and presence

When I sit with Jesus early in the morning, I am spending time. Is not the word “spending” so interesting here? We spend time. We make time. We have time. We spend Money. We make Product. We have Gift. So I take this valuable time, like pieces of silver, and I spend some on time with Jesus.

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