"Be Still and know that I am God" 

- Psalm 46:10

 

Ad Majorem Dei Gloriam

– For the greater glory of God

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Site Objective
To provide a simple and structured prayer format in order to facilitate living in the present and drawing closer to God on a moment to moment basis.

 

About this Website
Just like many others in the world, I desire and seek spiritual growth on a daily basis. As we all know, the world is full of distractions that somehow seem to complicate out lives.  In fact, our pray life at times can get complicated in that often we don't quite our minds and just be with God.  Count me as one of those who find it hard to just sit still! 

 

Over the years, I've had the good fortune of being surrounded by many individuals whose friendship, wisdom, faith and insight are just really off the charts.  Accordingly, I've tried to pull from all these sources to make it easy to pray.  In fact, your prayer can arrive in your email box first thing in the morning.  Perhaps, it is the fact that I'm a CPA and like a methodology or structure to matters.  Whatever the case, I hope the content on this site helps to facilitate you and each of us in drawing closer to God.

 

You will notice that much of the meditations are based on the Spiritual Exercises of St. Ignatius.  I firmly believe that these exercies in their fullest or even parts thereof provide the awareness and opportunity for an individual to draw closer to God in our moment to moment everyday living. Further, many of the meditations are inspired by the wisdom of my wife Kathleen as well and the loving, innocent and frank wisdom of our three high energy children.  Finally, I am most appreciative to the St. Ignatius Retreat House (or as I like to refer to it as a "slice of heaven") in Atlanta, GA and also to St. Brigid Catholic Church in Alpharetta, GA for providing the means for spiritual worship, growth, and community.

 

Peace,
Brian Brown