Today’s hectic pace leaves little time to nourish the spirit, and at one time or another all of us feel spiritually disconnected and alone. But there is a treasure within the Christian faith, highly prized by those who have found it, that offers a solution to this modern-day dilemma: morning and evening prayer.
Practical and wise, drawing upon Scripture and long-time personal experience, Arthur Boers invites us to reclaim this prayer tradition—and to find our relationship with God forever changed.
Arthur Boers holds the R. J. Bernardo Family Chair of Leadership at Tyndale Seminary (Toronto, Canada). He previously taught pastoral theology at Associated Mennonite Biblical Seminary (Elkhart, Indiana). A Benedictine oblate, he served for over sixteen years as a Mennonite pastor in rural, urban, and church-planting settings in the United States and Canada. He has written or co-written six books, including The Way is Made by Walking: A Pilgrimage Along the Camino de Santiago (InterVarsity, 2007), reflecting on an 800-kilometer pilgrimage that he walked in Spain; Never Call Them Jerks: Healthy Responses to Difficult Behavior (Alban, 1999) and Take Our Moments and Our Days, volumes one and two and Day by Day These Things We Pray: Uncovering Ancient Rhythms of Prayer (all from Herald Press).