Electronic Resources for Prayer & Devotion
 
 
Pastor Dave has shared about how he appreciates how this app helps keep track of prayers and setting intentions for time spent in prayer. Click the link above to view the application’s website.
 
Pray as You Go – website and app
A daily prayer tool based on Ignatian prayer practices. It includes an oral reading of a Bible passage from an ecumenical lectionary (rotation of readings) and reflection prompts and music. It takes around 10 minutes per day. Produced in the UK, the cool accents are a bonus.  Pastor Erica likes to use this app first thing in the morning before she gets up.
 
YouVersion provides devotionals and reading plans with the option to check off your progress daily, based on topics and themes. It’s a little busy but rich with resources. A great option to check out is ” A Journey From Worry to Confident Hope: Praying Through the Lord’s Prayer” by N.T. Wright
 
d365 Daily Devotionals – app and website
A devotion designed for youth and families, a partnership between the Episcopal Church and the Presbyterian Church (USA) It uses a clear and easy to follow format.
 
2020 Lenten Devotional from Presbyterians Today
If you prefer having a document that you can print or download, try this daily Lenten devotional  from Presbyterians Today. (click here to view or download)
 
Article: “Leading Beyond the Blizzard: Why Every Organization Is Now a Startup” by Andy Crouch, Kurt Keilhacker, and Dave Blanchard. This article is the basis of our April 1 Shelter & Study conversations. (click here to view or download)