Prayables Prayer Blogs and Articles

BY: pradm2n

bloggraphic

"Always a joy to wake up to the intriguing ideas you all so eloquently express!" 
-Sharon S.

Where does a woman go for interesting spiritual insight? The popular Prayables are a meeting place for writers and readers to come together. Whether the blog is funny, serious or somewhere in between, there's always a lively exchange of ideas, customs and religious practices. Topics range from menopause to meditation, with scary nun stories and reflections on pop culture ala Ziggy Marley.

The  feature is a new twist on the old style prayer request. Prayables takes an innovative approach to intercessory prayers through prayer journalism. Other prayer sites use technology to manage a contributor's prayer request online. We take the automation out of it. A real live human being, talks to the person in need, listens to their story and writes an in-depth human interest blog.

A prayer completes every blog post and offers readers a chance to take action; to pray on the spot.

 

Visit Prayables.com


Prayables Features
Another Year, Another Birthday
Another Year, Another Birthday
Today I reflect on another year gone by.365 days of living and loving,of rising and falling,of questioning and answering,of
Daily Scripture: Revelation 3:8
Daily Scripture: Revelation 3:8


Prayables Blog

Spiritually Healthy

posted by Prayables | Thursday, March 27, 2014

Spiritually Health Get rid of what enslaves you. Find spiritual health and well-being by discovering personal freedom. Don't be defeated by your life circumstances. Here's how to change your life for good. Inspired by Rabbi Karyn Kedar's new book, "Omer: A Counting" Written by Susan Diamond, ...

read more »





Previous Posts: You Can Have A Better Marriage | Living Life Outside the Box


Today's Spiritual Quote
Today's Spiritual Quote
Sometimes we see clearly how they work, but most of the time, we don't understand the obvious ways we are supported. We forget that the angels are always there, always available, always willing, and always working for us. end quote
-Barbara Mark and Trudy Griswold, "The Angelspeake Storybook"
more quotes

Advertisement

Our Free Newsletter Prayables
click here to see all of our uplifting newsletters »

 

Advertisement

DiggDeliciousNewsvineRedditStumbleTechnoratiFacebook