#52WTP Blog

This Lent I intend to spend more time praying and less time rushing. 

My normal mode of prayer, I’m ashamed to say, is to ask God for help for myself and others. This is at odd moments, or...

One of the first prayers I ever prayed was for a baby sister (after three brothers) and I will always remember how amazing it was when Portia was born and the reality of seeing how God had heard...

I want to be a prayerful person. I know prayer makes all the difference and I want to actually pray when I say I will. It is so easy to offer the reassurance of praying for others but then get...

Praying can be hard sometimes. If you’re like me and you appreciate a helping hand or some prompts, then definitely check out Pray As You Go . Perfect for both a commute or a quiet time it’s an...

I once heard a story describing how in a new vicarage, a priest’s children had found a chest of old fashioned toys. These youngsters revelled in a few hours of pleasure without recourse to...

I am the product of prayer. For over a decade, as I ran further and further away from God, my father faithfully prayed for me every day. He felt the Lord tell him simply to pray that God’s Kingdom...

Over the years small prayer cards have appeared between the pages of my Bible. There used to be a joke going around that if you left one wire coat hanger in a cupboard, the next time you opened...

Like many Christian commuters, I thought that my daily train journey into London offered the perfect opportunity to pray. The problem was, close your eyes on a train and…..

So, to combat...

I live between Putney Bridge and Hammersmith Bridge in London. It takes just over an hour to do a circular walk along the north and south banks of the Thames from bridge to bridge and back to my...

Thinking about how hard I find it to stay focused when praying on my own with my head buzzing with the day’s plans, the cares of the world or simply what I really mustn’t forget, I realised how...

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