So many teenagers are feeling ‘stuck’ right now, in so many ways. For many of them, that ‘stuckness’ extends to their prayer life. Throughout history, Christians have used written prayers to help put words to the longings of their hearts. And that’s why Jeremy Steele wrote the Book of Everyday Prayer. For this strange season of stuckness, we asked Jeremy if he could have teenagers from his church and a few other churches record themselves reading some of the prayers — specifically, a week’s worth of morning and evening prayers, and a few specific topical prayers that apply to the current lives of a teenager. These are our free gift to you and your ministry — post them for your teenagers in whatever online channel you’re using. Watch them together (at the beginning or end of a Zoom meeting or livestream), or post them for individual watching and reflection.
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