Three forms of daily prayer – FAITH5, Collatio, and Daily Examen:

Faith5 for households with children, is a simple pattern for conversation, prayer and blessing.

Collatio is an ancient method of reflection on Scripture prayerfully and devotionally.

Daily Examen is a way to reflect on and pray from the events and experiences of your day.

And a few additional prayer resources...

Daily Bible Readings from the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America  

Return to this link for a daily reading, or click to subscribe for email delivery.

Daily Bible Readings from

Daily Bible readings and a prayer available online and on an app.

Daily Bible Readings from BibleGateway

Daily Bible readings available via email or website.

Responsive Prayer

Responsive Prayer has been published in Lutheran prayer books for over 100 years. Print it out and tuck it inside your Bible, or set it on your desk, nightstand, or kitchen table. Or bookmark this link and come back to it on your phone or computer each day. This is an outline you can pray at morning, noon, or night.

d365 — an app inviting users to pause, listen, think, pray, and go. Find it on the iOS app store or Google Play.

The Living Lutheran 

The Living Lutheran is the website for the magazine of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America. Cory Driver, one of our interns, regularly writes reflections on the Sunday Scriptures.