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- Pray – Reflections on the Lord’s Prayer, Bishop Bill Hockin, 2017
- Noticing God, Richard Peace, Intervarsity Press, 2012
- Meditative Prayer, Richard Peace, NavPress, year (reprinting by Wipf and Stock)
- How to Pray, E. Stanley Jones, republished Upper Room Books, 2015 (based on original work from 1943)
- Praying the Lord’s Prayer, J. I. Packer, Crossway Books, 2007
- Prayer, Timothy Keller, Penguin Group, 2014
- Celebration of Discipline, Richard J. Foster, HarperSanFrancisco, 1978, 1988
- Prayer: Finding the Heart’s True Home, Richard J. Foster, HarperSanFrancisco, 1992
- Prayer: Does it Make a Difference?, Philip Yancey, Zondervan, 2006
- Too Busy Not to Pray, Bill Hybels, Intervarsity Press, 1988
- Help, Thanks, Wow, Anne Lamont, Penguin Group, 2012
- A Guidebook to Prayer: 24 Ways to Walk with God, MaryKate Morse, InterVarsity Press, 2013
- Companions in Christ – Deepening our Prayer, Adele J. Gonzalez, Upper Room Books, 2006
- Messy Church 3: Session 6 - The Lord's Prayer, The Bible Reading Fellowship, 2012
Daily Prayer / Offices
(See also Liturgical Prayer)
Part of the Ignatius exercises, a daily examination of one’s deepest feelings and desires.
Christian fasting is voluntarily going without food in order to focus on prayer and fellowship with God; it symbolizes taking our eyes off the things of this world and surrendering all our needs to God.
Named after Ignatius of Loyola (1491-1556), this method of prayer involves the reading of scripture seeking to enter into the story in order to learn more about and participate more fully in the mind, the heart, and the work of Christ.
Labyrinth / Walking Prayer
Lectio Divina (divine reading)
Also known as praying the scriptures, this method involves reading scripture devotionally rather than as a process of study. The object is not to master the text but to let the text master oneself.
“Speak Lord, for your servant is listening”
The saying of written prayers, often assigned to specific days or seasons of the Christian year. (See also Daily Prayer/Offices above)
- Common Prayer: A Liturgy for Ordinary Radicals, Shane Claiborne, Jonathan Wilson-Hargrove and Enuma Okoro, Zondervan, 2010
- Celtic Daily Prayer: Prayers and Readings from the Northumbria Community, HarperSanFrancisco, 2002
Mobile Prayer Apps