‘This book is a piece of art.This book is an act of love.This book is a redemptive tool.This book is a resource.This book is designed to stir, inform, and inspire you.This book is not “content.”The ongoing conversation between you and God is content.’ BEFORE YOU BEGIN, Introduction Justin McRoberts and Scott Erickson have collaborated to Read More
‘Prayer is not primarily something one does, but something that is.’ Michael Mayne This little book (70 pages) takes the reader through the ‘why’ and the ‘what’ and the ‘who’ of prayer as well as the ‘how.’ I’m struggling to write about this book without quoting the entire thing. My copy has almost every corner Read More
If you, like me, have been struggling to pray lately, this podcast episode might help. ‘What to do when you can’t find God,’ gives some practical ideas to find what we feel we have lost. Have a listen or download the episode transcript below. Emily P. Freeman hosts, ‘The Next Right Thing’ podcast weekly. For Read More
I am a writer by training and a poet and artist by experience. In fact, I think 2020 turned me into a poet. A year ago I heard that with all the information we were (and still are) absorbing, we needed to digest those things. To remain healthy, in the same way that we digest Read More
Thy Kingdom Come prayer movement have released new resources recently ahead of their event in May, but we don’t see any reason why we can’t start using them now! Have a look below for some great downloadable resources, including a printable 2021 Prayer Journal written by the Archbishop of York, Stephen Cottrell. For more information Read More
Many of us are struggling with a heavy sadness at the moment. This video, and the other resources below lead us through pointing this sadness in a Godwards direction. Download the video for use in a service or at an online event.
Thank you for praying this year – see you in 2021!
Rev David McDougall, Rector of St Mary’s Bletchley wrote to us with a prayer he had written during his hour in the PrayMK Virtual Prayer Room. He’s given us permission to share it here. Heavenly Father,We love our City, we enjoy its people, space, vibe, energy, growth, diversity, creativity and its incredible dynamism.You have called Read More
We were really excited last month to hear from Mike Wittle about his prayer life during lockdown. We’ll let him take it from here: My name is Mike, I put my faith in Jesus back in 1973 and currently worship at St Mary’s Church, Bletchley. I’m married, have 3 children and 7 Grandchildren. I’ve been Read More
The labyrinth is an ancient way of prayer. Walking a labyrinth is like taking a tiny pilgrimage that we walk alone with God. It can be an intensely relaxing and releasing experience. It can also be challenging. We have made a short video, showing you how to make your own labyrinth. Have you got a Read More