If we will let it, prayer can carry us.
Whether invoking one god, many gods, or no god, prayer is about silencing the chatter and finding truth.
What a nineteenth-century devotional by an obscure British writer can teach about the practicality of prayer.
Three religions. Three holidays. Three common denominators: Goats, sacrifice, and prayer.
I’m coming to see prayer as the archaeological dig that precedes any great discovery.
Most people are either praying for themselves, a favorite sports team, or the winning lottery ticket.
An atheist finds wisdom in prayer, even if it is a practice often undergirded by indefensible beliefs.
The dubious phrase does have something going for it — namely, controversy that could lead to conversation.
An outline of my daily prayer routine, from one kindergartener in the school to prayer to another.