Be Still

Be Still

A Simple Guide to Quiet Times

Brian Heasley

$11.99

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Be still. For some, these two simple words a welcome invitation to slow down. For others, they feel impossible, out of reach in our increasingly noisy world, or simply just too hard to maintain.

There is another way. In fact, there are many.

In this practical, easy-to-read guide, Brian Heasley explores the multitude of rhythms of Christian prayer and devotion available to every believer. From memorizing scripture and prayer running to noticing beauty everywhere, he demonstrates how we don't need to be static for our hearts to be still, and how even in the midst of a full, busy life, we can spend quiet time with God.

Be Still is a prayer book for anyone looking for ways to revitalise the way they pray or who is struggling to make space for devotional time with God. Packed full of ideas for different ways to pray and tips and advice for how to build prayer practices into everyday life, Be Still will change the way you think about prayer and devotion and equip you with all the tools you need to deepen your relationship with God.

You can use Be Still individually or in small groups, or read it alongside 24-7 Prayer's new Be Still prayer course. It also makes a great resource for youth leaders looking to help teenagers cultivate daily rhythms of prayer and spend more quiet time with God, or as a gift for people starting out on their faith journey or those returning to faith after a while.

Join Brian Heasley, and discover the different ways in which we can all be still.


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Brian Heasley:
Brian Heasley is the International Prayer Director for 24-7 Prayer and is part of 24-7's international oversight team. He also works at Lambeth Palace as Global Ambassador for Thy Kingdom Come. Along with his wife Tracy, Brian pioneered the work of 24-7 Prayer in Ibiza, where they developed rhythms of Christian prayer and mission. His previous books include Writing on the Wall (Baker, 2007) and Gatecrashing (Muddy Pearl, 2014).

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