I would like to say thank you for pray as you go.  I found pray as you go by searching the internet for Ignatius of Loyola, of whom you can find a huge painting in my favourite church in Munich (St Michael).  I use pray as you go in the evenings.  After a long day of working, studying and socializing, Pray as you go helps me to calm down and to focus on the most important again.  It actually brings me down to earth.  Thanks again! 

Christiane

I download "Pray as You Go" on my iPod.  Last summer before our family was going to go to Hawaii, I was on the Sacred Space website, wishing there was a way I could do daily meditation on scripture while I was away, and then I saw the link to Pray as You Go.  I felt to blessed to have this daily meditation while overlooking the ocean.  As a busy mom that is always on the go, this is convenient for me to listen to after I drop off the kids to school.  Pray as you Go has been a blessing to me. 

Kathy

I just wrote to to express my gratitude for pray-as-you-go.  With the labours of everyday, and tons of distractions left and right, man can get lost from his centre and get tangled up in the world.  Pray-as-you-go has been a sanctuary, a quiet dwelling place for tired troubled souls seeking the peace and love of our Lord.  I told my friends about it and I hope they too are touched by the Lord through your program.  Thank you so much.  Keep up the excellent work! 

A C Cruz

Thank you to all at the team of 'pray-as you-go'.  I have a young baby and therefore find it difficult to get out a lot.  I enjoy listening and praying each morning with your broadcast.  It provides a point of sanity and peace in what is a busy and sometimes stressful time.  Thank you so much. 

Donna

I have recently returned from a sponsored trek in the High Atlas Mountains in Morocco, to raise funds towards the costs of staffing the Docklands Chaplaincy to the Business Community in Canary Wharf.  As an Anglican priest who is a workplace chaplain I do not always manage to get to my local church to say morning prayer with my colleagues, as my working day at Canary Wharf often starts earlier than the time at which my colleagues pray together, so I often listen to Pray-as-you-go on my iPod as I walk to Canary Wharf from home.  I found it invaluable to be able to have a few minutes each day on the Trek in Morocco when during all the hustle and bustle I was able to spend time quietly with God, in such an amazing location where one could not help but be in awe and wonder of the creator God.  One of the days downloads was about God's unconditional love, it was just incredible to be such an insignificant human being in such a vast place of beauty and creation and yet still know that God unconditionally loves us.  I know that many who work at Canary Wharf also find this site really helpful.  Thank you for providing it. 

Rev Fiona Stewart-Darling