Thy Presence My Light: A Free Methodist Prayer Book (E-Book)


Thy Presence My Light is a prayerbook based on Year C of the Revised Common Lectionary. This book provides litanies for morning, midday, and evening prayers either in times of solitude or in community settings. Along with praying the Psalms daily, this work seeks to marry daily Scripture readings to daily meditations taken from the writings of John Wesley and early Free Methodist sources. These daily meditations and the reflections offered in response to them, have been lovingly prepared by pastors serving in the Gateway Conference of the Free Methodist Church. The presence of God is our light. My hope is that we all have the courage to welcome and to walk in the light that God’s presence provides.

About the Author: 
Tyler is an ordained elder in the Gateway Conference of the Free Methodist Church. He is the senior pastor of Knox Knolls Free Methodist Church in Springfield, Illinois where he has been serving since 2012. He is a graduate of Greenville University, Asbury Theological Seminary, and recently completed a D.Min at Lincoln Christian University. Along with his ministry work, he teaches as an adjunct at Greenville University.

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