40 Days of Prayer • Continued!

Dear Friends,

As we noted, today is the end of our 40 Days of Prayer journey, but the just the beginning of our next chapter of listening to and speaking with God in close conversation!. We pray that it has been a time of growth in our awareness of God’s presence and love both in our lives and in the world. 

As we mentioned on our Instagram post, here are some resources you might find helpful as you continue to grow in the spiritual discipline of prayer.


Daily Prayer [click here for Google app] • Prayers and Scriptures for morning, midday, evening, and late evening. You can choose to pray 4 times a day or just at one given time. 

Inner Room • Like Pinterest for prayer, you can make a list of prayer topics/people to pray for and organize them as they’ve suggested or as you would like. Set an alarm to pray in a regular rhythm or pray when you can. 

Centering Prayer  • A daily guide for centering and meditating on Christ through prayer and silence. You can set how long you would like for it to be silent and different prayers to begin and end your time.

Lectio 365 • Takes you through Scripture passages by inviting you to pause. reflect. ask. yield. Offers both written prayers and times to pray with your own words as well.

Glorify: Meditation and prayer • Guided meditations, prayer, Bible studies and song

Instagram Accounts

@glorifyappofficial • The instagram account of the app, with daily inspiration, prayers and reflection prompts

@n2prayer • Daily prayers

@our_daily_breath • Daily breath prayers; with words to lead us as we inhale and exhale God’s grace, presence and guidance in our lives


A Diary of Private Prayer, by John Baille • A Christian classic with updated language that has prayers for morning and evening

A Rhythm of Prayer, ed by Sarah Besse • A collection of prayers 

Invitation to Solitude and Silence, by Ruth Haley Barton • A book that invites us to go deeper into our listening to God

Spiritual Disciplines Handbook, by Adele Ahlberg Calhoun • A book of different spiritual disciplines including several ways to pray

Learning to Pray, by James Martin, SJ • A primer on how to pray, to make prayer accessible to everyone.

“Go forth in peace, for you have followed the good road. Go forth without fear, for he who created you has made you holy, has always protected you, and loves you as a mother. Blessed be you, my God, for having created me.”

— St. Clare of Assisi —

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