Submissions under the theme of prayer. Submit a prayer to us here. Share what is on your heart and what you have been praying about. We have creative prayers under a number of different topics. Prayers for hard times, prayers of encouragement, thanksgiving prayers.
A new experience of a very familiar prayer. Meditate on Matthew 6:9-13 in a brand new way, courtesy of Peter Hughes. "...Our Father in heaven, Reveal who you are."
A prayer by Sarah Butterfield. One for all the creatives out there. This one touched us and convicted us as we read it. We pray it blesses and encourages all those who read it as it did us.
A short devotion and prayer written by our co-founder, Mim. Sharing from her own experience, Mim has written a short morning prayer to raise when anxiety is loud.
Whether a temporary emotion or a more on-going state of mind, this beautiful prayer against fear may be just what you need. Thank you to our anonymous contributor who submitted this gorgeous piece.
A prayer written by our Co-founder Mim on the theme of purpose, inspired by several bible verses. We invite you to read over this prayer and, if it strikes a cord, to pray it yourself.
A Prayer by Phil Walker. Do you struggle with prayer? Phil talks about his own relationship with prayer in this submission. "Is prayer really a conversation rather than a monologue?"
How's this for creativity? Our launch team member, Rachel, has written a creative retelling of the Lord's prayer. We love the uniqueness of this one. What do you think?
Some prayers only need few words but they say a lot. For Zoe Abernethy, writing this one down was about capturing a moment of clarity so that she would never forget God in the midst of this past season of her life.
A prayer written by Mim. Promises whispered in the storm and held onto with both hands. A prayer for hearts laid bare in print, for a collective of Christians across the world journeying together.
A prayer by Rachel. [Let's pray together] Father, I don’t speak Hebrew or Latin, so please forgive the way I’m about to butcher your names. You gave them to me...