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Light for the Journey: Morning and Evening Prayers for Living into God’s World

A Prayer Resource for Groups and Individuals by Christine Sine

Morning and evening prayers have become an important part of the rhythm of life for those of us who live in the Mustard Seed House. We seek to live the values of God’s Kingdom with a spirituality rooted in rhythms of work, prayer, hospitality, celebration, and relationship. This week-long set of morning and evening prayers has been a foundation part of this rhythm of life for a long time. And I want to share it with you.

Each day’s prayers emphasize a different theme of faith—from creation on Monday to resurrection on Sunday—leading readers through God’s story again and again. There are focusing exercises for individual prayers and reflections on the world, as well as some of my reflections on each topic.

Many of the prayers in this book have appeared already on my blog but many of you have expressed interest in having them in book form so that you can use them for your own morning and evening prayers.  I hope that this resource will provide many of you with the refreshment and renewal that its compilation has provided for me.

According to Phyllis Tickle, author of The Great Emergence: How Christianity Is Changing and Why

“In the history of Christian formation literature, it has consistently been the small volume that has conveyed the greatest worth. That principle nowhere holds more true than it does here. Like the light which its title references, this manual, in its succinctness, travels broadly and illumines perfectly. Presenting both assigned prayers for each day of the week and also rich instruction in how the Christian forms a life of prayer, Sine speaks to us gently, but authoritatively. There is, in all of this, a kind of poignancy as well. We understand that Sine is writing to us not about some theory, but out of experience and about the sure knowledge of a life of prayer fully lived. Like every wise Christian teacher before her, Christine Sine understands—and persuades us—that it is in community that Christians pray most formatively and in community that we must seek to pray.”

This resource is available now through the Mustard Seed website

If you would like a pdf version so that you can review it on your blog please leave a comment below

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GodSpace
Time for Peace in the Rhythms of Life
by Christine Sine (Barclay Press 2006)

Originally published as Sacred Rhythms

Is the pulse rate of your life beating out of control? Do you feel out of sync with the shalom lifestyle God intends you to have? Are you having a hard time sifting through the noise and busyness in order to connect your life to God? Jesus modeled a degree of peace, celebration, and rest that’s hard to find in our stressful, hurried pace. We long to be more like him, but that lifestyle often seems unachievable.

GodSpace, an updated version of the author’s earlier book Sacred Rhythms, is a prescription for healthy living that flows directly from your faith. Christine Sine invites you to make space for God and enjoy the benefits. She looks at the natural rhythms God built into our world and how paying attention to them can strengthen every part of your life.

Purchase the book and other resources from Mustard Seed Associates

Purchase workshop presentation at Lulu.com

Meditation Videos are available in high quality form. If you are interested please email me at christine@msainfo.org

Cards & Prayer Cards

The cards below are available for $2.00 each or 6 for $10.00 please contact me by email (christine@msainfo.org) if you are interested. Cards are either blank inside or with a Celtic verse. Photos are also available framed.

Iona crossIona cross 2Iona AbbeyIona Abbey windowIona Abbey window - largeBishop’s guest house & crossGeese and goslingsIce berriesWaterfront - Iona

17 Responses

  1. Thank You

  2. Just looking for a chritian alternative to my space. Is there a website that is just like my space but a clean version of it.

  3. My concern exactly….would love to have an alternative to myspace. Please let me know if u find it. This site is very interesting and informative.

  4. Mrs. Sine,

    Please contact me at csdavis@unm.edu. I am a second year student at the University of New Mexico and I came across your work on the internet. I want to know more about what you do and maybe how you can help me.

    Thank You,
    Corey

  5. hi my name is ciara and i think my space is bad i have one and man always say stuf that makes me mad idk i wanna plays where i can talk to christian people im so mad at man who do that im so done with my space i need a god space i think that would be th best thing for christian people. email me at ciara_loves god @yahoo.com – you love sister in god ciara

  6. oh my email wuz not right ciara_loves_god@yahoo.com

  7. […] GodSpace & other resources […]

  8. I agree on Myspace. I personally like RejoiceTube.com for videos, blogs, groups, and a lot of things like Youtube and Myspace, except safe for Christians. With that all being said, Christine’s book “GodSpace” is not about Myspace or a Christian version of it 🙂 LOL

  9. god bless u hello frlnd my name ls ajmal and lama chrlstlan andl belong to at anthony church and lwant to come abroad can anybody culdeor help me …………..mubar k hai wo jo pak dil hai kion ke wo kuda ko dekhe gay lucka..30:2}gd morning ……cell..00923214448652 sms mms

  10. Have those of you looking for a clean MS tried Shoutlife? It’s a wonderful, clean alternative to Myspace. And Christine, a BIG congrats on making the top 100 church blogs list recently. HCB was on there, too. I’m a new HCB contributing editor and wanted to say both hi and thanks for being such a great addition to HCB! 🙂

  11. Hi Christine
    More than happy to review ‘Light for the Journey’ or any of your books for http://www.faithandworship.com
    Regards
    John

  12. John,
    Good to hear from you and I would love it if you would consider doing a review. I will send you a pdf version if that is OK.

  13. Love your resources, thank you, Elizabeth

  14. It’s hard to find educated people for this topic, however, you seem like you know what you’re talking about!
    Thanks

  15. Does your blog have a contact page? I’m having problems locating it but, I’d like to send you an email.
    I’ve got some creative ideas for your blog you might be interested in hearing. Either way, great website and I look forward to seeing it develop over time.

  16. I’ve learn some good stuff here. Certainly price bookmarking for revisiting. I wonder how much effort you put to make one of these fantastic informative website.

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