This is a prayer for chaplains and spiritual companions to share as they walk alongside victims of violence.
Prayer is how we commune with God and it plays (or should play!) a huge role in our daily lives and in our relationships with others, as well as our work in His Kingdom. Here at Diaconal Ministries Canada, we want to encourage, equip and empower deacons to make prayer a regular part of their ministry.
Is anyone familiar with the book Ten Prayers God Always Says Yes To written by a Roman Catholic? I'm finding it very interesting and would like to pass on to my children and grandchildren. Any concerns?