More and more of what we do these days takes place on the internet, including practicing our faith. While these tools won’t replace good old-fashioned kneeling, opening a prayer book, or having a face-to-face conversation about God life, I do hope that a few online resources makes it into your spiritual toolbox. Here’s a few that I have used regularly to get you started:
If you concentrate best while listening, subscribe to this podcast from British Jesuits that features music, Scripture, and time to reflect quietly.
An online labyrinth experience from British Methodists gives your hands something to do while you’re praying.
Want to link your prayer life to events in our country and world? This site, updated Thursdays, does just that.
Are you artistic or visual at heart? These two sites both offer Scripture meditations that connect through paintings and other images.
A traditional prayerbook experience available anywhere. Also available from the iOS App Store.
There are many ways to engage your prayer life online—you can find some more suggestions here if none of these sound appealing. Try one out right now! You can also leave a comment below if you have a favorite that isn’t listed here.