No Time for God? Making Space for Prayer in a Busy Calendar

September 23, 2015

I don’t know about you, but life feels full and busy!  Sometimes, it feels like a challenge to take care of the daily tasks and responsibilities, let alone make time for God. The reality, though, is when God gets pushed to the side our lives begin to feel “off” or we might notice a restlessness within us.

How DO we make time for God in our day to day lives?  How do we nurture the MOST important relationship in our lives while tending to the other relationships and responsibilities in our lives?

I invite you to join me for the next 4 weeks for the series, No Time for God?  Making Space for Prayer in a Busy Calendar!  The series will invite you to:

  1. Check the pulse of your spiritual life
  2. Discern your space, place, and time for prayer
  3. Build a toolbox of prayer tools
  4. Create a spiritual plan for your life

Each week you will receive an email with some food for thought, weekly reflection activities, and suggested scriptures to support you in prayer.

If you are not already a subscriber to receive my emails, subscribe now so you do not miss out on this series!

I look forward to journeying together as we make space for God in our busy calendar!

Peace,

Becky

 

Week 1:  Checking Our Spiritual Pulse

Week 2:  Discerning Our Time, Place and Space of Prayer

Week 3:  Building Our Toolbox of Prayer tools

Week 4:  Creating a Spiritual Plan

Becky is an Ignatian-trained spiritual director, retreat facilitator, and writer. She is the author of the Busy Lives and Restless Souls (March 2017, Loyola Press) and The Inner Chapel (April 2020, Loyola Press). She helps others create space to connect faith and everyday life through facilitating retreats and days of reflection, through writing, and through spiritual direction. With nearly twenty years of ministry experience within the Catholic Church, Becky seeks to help others discover God at work in the every day moments of people’s lives by utilizing St. Ignatius’ Spiritual Exercises and the many gifts that our Catholic faith and Ignatian Spirituality provide.

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