2016-07-27
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communityimageVibrant, active and exciting communities are the lifeblood of Prayables. It’s expected that a brand will have a presence on , , , and , and Prayables is no exception. We’re making a difference by connecting to thousands of women in the familiar social spaces, but we’ve taken a BIG GIANT step forward!

Women are gathering in our own , hanging out in sacred spaces on Live Pray! and kibbitzing through comments all over Prayables.  This unique community of like-minded women couldn’t be more un-alike! Diversity, respect for each other, and a love of prayer, is what women of all ages have in common in the social communities of Prayables. 

I was first introduced to Prayables by Ruth Williams on Facebook. Ruth offered to post my prayer on the Prayable's website. I went to the website... and I immediately felt comforted, knowing there were other women out there who were not only praying for me, but took time out of their busy lives to do so.
-Phyllis G.

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