Prayer

Lord, teach us to prayLord, teach us to pray

Lord, teach us to pray

Prayer is something Jesus clearly needs to do; the thing that allows him to do and be all that his ministry calls of him.

Prayers of the People | July 3, 2016Prayers of the People | July 3, 2016

Prayers of the People | July 3, 2016

Prayers for the 7th Sunday after Pentecost

Prayers of the People | June 12, 2016Prayers of the People | June 12, 2016

Prayers of the People | June 12, 2016

Prayers for the fourth Sunday after Pentecost.

Prayers of the People | May 29, 2016Prayers of the People | May 29, 2016

Prayers of the People | May 29, 2016

Prayers for the second Sunday after Pentecost.

I am Here | Six Postures of PrayerI am Here | Six Postures of Prayer

I am Here | Six Postures of Prayer

Info on the release of a new book by Kalyn Falk

Prayers of the People | April 24, 2016Prayers of the People | April 24, 2016

Prayers of the People | April 24, 2016

Prayers for the fifth Sunday in Easter.

We are bold to pray…We are bold to pray…

We are bold to pray…

Words from Frederick Buechner, on the great prayer of Jesus

Prayers of the People | November 27

Prayers of the people offered this week at saint benedict’s table

Beautiful Mercy

SBT’s most ambitious book This project was launched almost by accident. In the Spring of 2008, the Winnipeg Art Gallery presented the exhibit Illuminating the Word, featuring pages from the first three volumes of the landmark The Saint John’s Bible.

Review | Timeless Healing

by Ian Mowat At our April 2 ideaExchange session at Aqua Books, we hosted a panel discussion entitled “Placebo or Prayer? Is there a difference? – an exploration of the intersection of faith and medicine in health and healing.” Contributing

Prayers of the people | November 13

God as we enter into this season of darkness may we take time to reflect on where you have called us

Placebo or Prayer?

… is there a difference? For our April 2011 session of ideaExchange, we assembled a panel to offer perspectives on the intersection of faith and medicine in health and healing. Picking up on the work of Herbert Benson in his

TranscendenceTranscendence

Transcendence

Gord Johnson explains why silence is, perhaps, what we most need to hear.