Revitalize your prayer life with the SPCK Prayer Collection. Four volumes of wise words will encourage a more active prayer life and fortify your relationship with God. Guide family or community prayers, and get suggestions for prayers to soothe, encourage, excite, or console. Whether you’re a church leader or a layperson, you’ll find practical and scriptural wisdom to transform your prayer life.
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Includes prayers for personal growth or group edification
Suggests prayers for ministry, government, hospitality, and the home
In the Celtic way of prayer, the divine glory was intertwined with everyday events. The modern prayers in this book beautifully recapture that tradition. They were composed in a small parish in northern England to help individuals and groups refocus life’s simple rhythms toward the worship of God. This volume suggests prayers for individual devotions and for corporate worship, as well as for quiet days and retreats.
David Adam writes poetry and teaching materials for churches and is one of the best-loved figures in Celtic spirituality. He has been broadcast on TV and radio and speaks regularly about Celtic saints and their way of life.
This collection of 140 original prayers is suitable for anyone who leads public prayers or is looking for a resource to enrich private devotions. Covering a wide variety of subjects, the prayers are grouped under broad headings: “Through the Year,” “Church and Ministry,” “Pastoral Prayers,” “Community,” “Government and Justice,” “Home and Family Life,” “Food and Hospitality,” and “Devotional Prayers.” A comprehensive index is provided to guide you quickly to exactly what you need.
Ian Black has been vicar of Whitkirk since 2002 and is a member of the Ripon Cathedral. He has served as a minor canon of Canterbury Cathedral, a prison chaplain, and assistant director of post-ordination training for the Diocese of Canterbury. He is the author of Intercessions for Years A, B & C and Intercessions for the Calendar of Saints and Holy Days.
This rich treasury of prayers for the night aims to soothe, reassure, strengthen, and restore. The prayers are arranged in categories to help you find just what you need at the end of the day. Prayers for the Night offers calming wisdom for everyone.
Dorothy M. Stewart is a lay preacher in the United Reformed Church in Suffolk, UK. She is the author of The Bluffer’s Guide to Publishing, It’s Hard to Hurry When You’re a Snail, and One Day at a Time. She is the editor of Women of Prayer, Women of Spirit, A Book of Graces, and The Westminster Collection of Christian Prayers.
Prayers for Today is a collection of 200 prayers all Christians may need at different times in life. The book is divided into three sections: prayers for personal life, prayers for the Christian pilgrimage, and prayers for the world. This resource can be used for personal spiritual growth, family guidance, and church leadership.
Frank Colquhoun served as vice-dean of Norwich Cathedral, vicar of Wallington, and canon and chancellor of Southwark Cathedral. He is the author of several books, including Parish Prayers, Contemporary Parish Prayers, and New Parish Prayers. He is the editor of the BBC service book New Every Morning.