Pegge Bernecker
  Prayer Practices
"People pray in many different ways--from seeking solitude to active reflection in communal worship. What is important for you is that God comes to you in a specific time and place, and wants to be part of your life here and now. God loves you no matter what and is never absent from you." --Pegge Bernecker, God Any Time, Any Place (13).
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“What are the little daily things you do to connect with God that you may never even tell anyone about?” This question initiated an inspirational book of the many ways that people any time, in any place.

Ask yourself right now:

What are the little things I do to connect with Spirit, with the Holy One, with Mystery, with God?


How does this practice offer me guidance in my daily living and loving?

“There are as many ways to pray as there are moments in life. Sometimes we seek out a quiet spot and want to be alone, sometimes we look for a friend and want to be together. Sometimes we like a book, sometimes we prefer music. Sometimes we want to sing out with hundreds, sometimes only whisper with a few. Sometimes we want to say it with words, sometimes in deep silence. In all these moments, we gradually make our lives more of a prayer and we open our hands to be led by God even to places we would rather not go.” --Henri Nouwen, With Open Hands

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