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Pray-as-you-go with episodes that bring together music, an inspiring text, time for meditation, brief interviews with faith-filled creatives who share how sacred reading can provide soul food for us all, and writing prompts on the www.readpraywrite.com website for further contemplation.

Read. Pray. Write. Read. Pray. Write.

    • Religion & Spirituality
    • 5.0, 6 Ratings

Pray-as-you-go with episodes that bring together music, an inspiring text, time for meditation, brief interviews with faith-filled creatives who share how sacred reading can provide soul food for us all, and writing prompts on the www.readpraywrite.com website for further contemplation.

Customer Reviews

5.0 out of 5
6 Ratings

6 Ratings

nimbobumpke ,

Provoking

This is not your standard faith based podcast. Artists, musicians, writers, speakers, activists and others share their faith in action and how it influences and motivates their works. I have yet to listen to an episode that has not had me reflecting days later on something said by a guest or discussed with the host. Well worth your time. Do something good for yourself and have a listen.

KSK2575 ,

Refreshing guide to prayer

Interesting guests and thought-provoking approach to Lectio Divina.

Cutthroat Rick ,

A new perspective on Lectio Divina

I have to say I am very excited to have found this new enterprise and am even more excited to have landed on so soon after it hit the air. I tend to be late to the parade far more often then being in time to see to see the first float go by.

This is going to be good podcast, perhaps a great one. I have practiced Lectio Divina for more than 10 years but sometimes the effort becomes difficult and the voice that speaks the message of the text is hard to discern. This format is one that lends itself to casual walks with a dog because the bite offered is easy enough to chew and swallow without becoming to focused I risk being waffled by a passing car.

I expect there will be times when the shared reflection will enough to prompt some insight worthy of consideration. Other times, such as today, I will prompted to spend more time to study because the topic hits a nerve.

I became a fan of Cassidy Hall through the Encountering Silence podcast so I was thrilled to listen to the podcast which began with an ever provocative quote from Merton which urges me to spend less time searching and more time in contemplation to find my own voice, my own wisdom and my own path.

50 stars would be more appropriate than the 5 available.

Well done, very well done indeed.

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