Heartfelt and humorous stories about work, family, loss, and love bring god into everyday life in this unique and quirky devotional.
You don't have to pray for hours a day -- all God asks is that you keep the holy spirit in your heart. In three hundred words (or less), Peter B. Panagore can help you build a strong relationship with God, while reminding you of what is truly important in life.
From childhood pet ducks to fixing a house foundation, Two Minutes for God features anecdotes from Reverend Panagore's own life as well as those of the people and world around him to illustrate how pieces of the sacred live within everyday events. Encompassing many cultures and a wide variety of religions, Panagore does not exclude anyone from his perspectives on spirituality, prayer, and God's relationship to the world around us. Covering contemporary but timeless topics such as love, loss, healing, work, bullying, mythology, celebration, and family, Two Minutes for God provides a daily infusion of faith that will last all year long.
Reverend Peter B. Panagore has been an ordained minister for twenty years. He appears every morning on two NBC television affiliates in Maine for his two-minute Daily Devotions segments, and his stories are broadcast daily on radio stations across the world. Since 2003, he has been the minister for the First Radio Parish Church of America.
"Nothing makes a point more clearly than a good story, and this book has hundreds of them.... It'll make you want to spend a lot more than two minutes each day with God." -- Hal Urban, author of The 10 Commandments of Common Sense
"If your busy day leaves too little time for quiet reflection, Two Minutes for God is for you." -- The Rev. Bob Edgar, general secretary, National Council of Churches USA
"Reverend Peter Panagore's charming, humorous, and profound stories support our relationship with God by connecting us to our own selves and to each other. It is because of Panagore's compassion for the human experience that we gain a deeper understanding of life and how to live it. This is the art of storytelling at its best!" -- Susan Dey, actress