This evening prayer, attributed to Monday night in the book Celtic Daily Prayer is traditionally called the “Aidan Compline”. Aidan was a beloved and well respected monk who dedicated his entire life to helping others and died serving his monastery in the year 651.
To hear the history of the word “compline” and why I chose to create these seven evening prayer devotionals, click HERE.
This evening prayer, attributed to Sunday night in the book Celtic Daily Prayer is traditionally called the “Ita Compline”. Ita, a woman who died around 570 AD, was the director of a community of nuns and also a boys school. This evening prayer was named after her because it focuses on the examination of the heart and the petition for care and protection.
To hear the history of the word “compline” and why I chose to create this evening prayer devotional, click HERE.
Make sure to subscribe as a new prayer will be available each afternoon this week!
I’ve created 7 audio/video guided prayer devotionals for you, and they will be released each evening this coming week, starting on Sunday night.
They’re each about 7 minutes, adapted from the Compline Prayer readings in the bookCeltic Daily Prayers. They’re meant to be prayed at the end of the day, before going to sleep. Here’s a video explaining a bit of why I felt led to create this project. Make sure to subscribe here to be notified as each devotional becomes available!
I’ve been introducing a new song in the last few months, and it seems appropriately timed as we find ourselves calling out to God for help in this difficult season. May it be a prayer that comforts and strengthens you!
This is isn’t exactly the title of my most recent sermon, but it is what happened! My passage was in John 15, around the theme of Jesus’ invitation to “abide in me”, and, well, since those exact words are tattooed across my arm, I couldn’t resist. Click below to hear how it all went down…