From receiving spiritual reflections in your inbox to downloading MP3 recordings of scripture and music, there are a wide range of resources available for your daily spiritual life. We’ve compiled a few below:
Daily Devotions, a resource from Forward Movement, are shorter versions of the Daily Office. They can be used for morning, noon, early evening and close of day prayers. They will appear on the site automatically, according to your local time.
The Brothers of Society of St. John the Evangelist offer an email subscription to a daily “word.” The word or saying can be used for focused prayer or meditation.
The Virtual Abbey twitter handle prays the Daily Office via Twitter.
Pray as you go, a downloadable MP3, is a daily prayer session meant for use when you are “on the go.” Lasting between 10 -13 minutes, each session combines music, scripture and reflection.
Written by ministers, professors, students, teachers, missionaries and denominational leaders, d365 is a daily devotional site aimed toward students exploring their faith journey. Background music is available for streaming with each devotional.
What resources do you use for daily prayer?