I like the idea of noon devotionals, but I’m not seriously committed so they don’t happen with any regular gusto. My daily walk, however, is a fruitful prayer time for me. If my schedule allows, which it usually does, I practice the second centering prayer time at 4PM. All good, but then supper preparation begins, followed by eating and the listening to news (Need I ask if this is spiritually helpful?) After that I can’t get my mind back with God in any serious way so I read a novel and work on my ever-present jigsaw puzzle.
The good news on all of this is that before I go to bed I listen to a daily, twelve minute devotional entitled "Pray as you go." http://www.pray-as-you-go.org/home/. I close my eyes and listen to the music, scripture and prayerful questions asked. A peaceful way to fade into a peaceful sleep.
Hmm, as I read what I’ve just written, I seem quite faithful, and I am. I want my prayer for others to become a more frequent part of my daily life. As with centering prayer, I have to keep showing up.