You will need:– any kind of container (a box or a jar) with a lid– some paper– pens or pencils Instructions:– Label the container ‘Worry Box.’– Tear or cut off a piece of paper and write or draw the things you are worried about on it. You can do as many as you like. – Read More
Last month all over media and social media we have been seeing horrific acts of violence fuelled by racism. Some of us have been subject to racism our whole lives and some of us are reading and hearing and seeing and talking about racism for the first time. Some of us are feeling ashamed as Read More
A Guest Post by Rev. Charmaine Howard of Parousia miltonkeyneshouseofprayer.org Charmaine’s reflection was originally posted on the Parousia Blog on 31st May 2020. We asked if we might share it here. If you want to know more about the Milton Keynes House of Prayer, please visit miltonkeyneshouseofprayer.org or find them on Facebook @mkhop3 Reading John Read More
OPEN 24-HOURS PrayMK is here to encourage and resource the people of Milton Keynes to pray. But it is also here to encourage YOU as you pray and live and love and go about your days. We are scattered in body but so very close in heart as we pray from the sacred space inside Read More
Sit down. Make a list of things you can: hear smell see touch taste How many did you count? Do you think God can speak to you through those things? Say thank you!
Having a one-sided conversation can get very frustrating very quickly. Sometimes our prayers can feel like this, quite often, actually. But I wonder if, even at a time like this, we would really want a noisy, chatty, ‘cooperative’ God? John Updike, in his autobiography, writes, ‘The sensation of silence cannot be helped; a loud and Read More
With Lego or Duplo or any other building blocks, have a go at building a tower. For each brick you add, you could say a prayer. For example, with a red brick, you could say sorry for something; with a blue brick, you could say thank you to God for something; with a yellow brick Read More
This pandemic feels a bit like an endless Holy Saturday, doesn’t it? We hear hourly about the virus and what it is doing, but we don’t know how or when it will end. Holy Saturday – between Good Friday and Easter – must have felt incredibly long to those who knew Jesus. His friends would Read More