“God, I Have Issues: 50 ways to pray no matter how you feel” has become my nightly companion as my days as a Brophy student dwindle.
I first picked up the prayer book earlier this school year on my Kairos retreat at Brophy’s retreat center, Manresa.
I smiled when I first read the book’s ironic yet spot-on title, and I reflected upon the book’s suggested scripture passages and quotes fittingly called “words to take with you.”
A week after Kairos, I was gifted my own copy, which gathered dust on my shelf at home until recently when it resurfaced while I was cleaning my room.
Actually, I found it while frantically searching for a box of instructions and unused computer parts I had kept from Tablet orientation freshman year.