"This is incarnational Christianity and embodied prayer as it was meant to be. For some reason it is the specific, the concrete, the immediate, and the now that lead us to experience the eternal. In this 'prayer book' we have a fine guide and fine guidance."
--Richard Rohr, Falling Upward: A Spirituality for the Two Halves of Life
"Kathleen Finley uncovers the potential for prayer through objects. Ordinary combs and keys, seeds and shoes, take on a new luster in this light. With specific directions and relevant Scripture passages, what more do you need? Try it!"
--Kathy Coffey, Hidden Women of the Gospels
"Kathleen Finley takes very seriously the presence of God in creatures and God's manifestation through the senses. In this wondrous book she prescribes concrete exercises to bring us closer to the God who lurks everywhere."
--Andrew Greeley, The Cardinal Virtues
"Kathleen Finley shows that we needn't look far to find entry points to connect with God. With imagination and lively faith, Finley guides us to a fresh yet ancient way to pray."
--Tom McGrath, Raising Faith-Filled Kids: Ordinary Opportunities to Nurture Spirituality at Home