Category Archives: Prayer

Lenten Prayers

Whether it is Lent, or any other part of the Church calendar, Christians have used prepared prayers as an aid in prayer.   Today, and in the coming days, I will post a prayer that I, and hosts of other … Continue reading

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Prayers for the Journey: “On Theodicy”

Having lived and walked amongst evangelicals for the better part of 20 years now and having identified myself as one of their number, I have come to this disturbing conclusion: as a people, we do not know how to pray. 

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Prayers for the Journey: “Our Charter for Entitlement”

Having lived and walked amongst evangelicals for the better part of 20 years now and having identified myself as one of their number, I have come to this disturbing conclusion: as a people, we do not know how to pray. 

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Prayers for the Journey: “Ourselves at the Center”

This morning, as I continue forward in my journey to reshape and refashion my prayer life, I want to share with you a prayer that I found in Walter Bruggemann’s Prayers for a Privileged People.  As Christians living in a … Continue reading

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Prayers for the Journey: “On Boston, Bombs and Eight-Year-Old Boys”

Last Friday I began a new series on the subject of prayer.  And as some of you may recall, in my introduction, I openly confessed at that I am not a man to teach you how to pray.  I say … Continue reading

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Prayers for the Journey: “Teach Me to Beg”

Having lived and walked amongst evangelicals for the better part of 20 years now and having identified myself as one of their number, I have come to this disturbing conclusion: as a people, we do not know how to pray.  … Continue reading

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