Saying our prayers on TV, part deux

Happy new year all.  It’s been a while since I’ve last blogged – I’ve been enjoying a trip to the southern US way too much.  Even though Florida was on the cooler side (for Florida but downright balmy compared to Calgary), it was great simply to be able to walk outside without having to layer up.

I mentioned in an earlier post that I was part of two episodes of a TV program, The Bridge, talking about praying the office and focusing on some of the other spiritual practices.  After the Christmas break they were able to get up online the second of the shows.  You can check out the two episodes here (click on episode 82 and 83).

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  1. #1 by Angela Elliott on January 16, 2011 - 6:46 pm

    Hi Phil,

    I’ve been exploring various spiritual disciplines these last years and was especially struck by the idea of the daily office. So when I saw the title and description of your book in the Banner I bought it. Imagine my surprise when I found out you were the author!

    Thank you for your thoughtful putting together of scriptures and prayer. I’m enjoying using the book as part of my devotions. It is teaching me the practice of daily listening to God and being still with Him. I also really appreciate the way you’ve used the Confessions as part of the prayer. I’m enjoying the reformed perspective.

    God’s blessings to you, Betty and the kids as you take this time to see where God will lead you next.

    • #2 by phil on January 21, 2011 - 4:34 pm

      Great to hear from you Angela – hope the book is a helpful way for you to enjoy God.

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