Break out of your devotional comfort zone! Half of all Americans under thirty think the best religion is one that borrows from all religions. This remarkable collection of prayers will help them do just that. This fresh selection of prayers urges you to blend religions, methods, and prayerware (tools used to assist us in prayer). Drawn from such diverse sources as Mother Teresa, The Holy Qur’an, Gandhi, and Native American traditions, each prayer was chosen for its depth and practicality. Each prayer’s tradition and origin is highlighted, as well as options on how to tailor it to your own personal preferences. For example, closings to prayers may be added from other traditions and gender specific prayers may be changed as desired. Suggestions are also made for integrating the prayer into everyday life. God Has No Religion: Blending Traditions for Prayer, is a multi-traditional prayer book that is essential for anyone interested in diversifying his or her prayer experience.
Frances Sheridan Goulart has written more than fifteen books, and her articles have appeared in such publications as Fellowship in Prayer, Focus on the Family, Christian Single, and Breakaway. Goulart graduated from Hunter College in New York City and lives in Connecticut.