Learning to Pray with the Psalms: Lament and Praise
The Psalms have been the prayer book of the synagogue and church for thousands of years. There is much to learn about prayer from the Psalms. In this class, we will explore the two major types of prayer in the Psalter: lament and praise. In both lament and praise, the pray-er trusts that God cares and that God responds to the cries of his people. In situations of both grief and joy, the Psalms give us words to bring all of who we are into the presence of the God who hears.
Date: May 24, 2022
Time: 4-6 pm PT, 5-7 pm MT, 6-8 pm CT, 7-9 pm ET
Location: via ZOOM
Registration Fee: $20 for ELPNA members/ $30 for non-members
Learning Objectives: At the completion of this educational presentation, the participants will:
ELPNA has applied for 2 contact hours for this nursing continuing professional development activity through the Arizona Nurses Association, an ANCC approved provider.
The link below is a flyer that allows you to share this event with colleagues and other non-nurses in your congregation such as Stephen Ministers, lay visitors, and other members of the ministry team.
Learning to Pray with the Psalms flyer.docx
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