Bishop Christopher Coyne shares the deep meaning of beating of the breast, a gesture rooted in Scripture.
Bishop Coyne reflects on the three-part meaning of genuflecting: humility, acknowledgment, and trust.
Bishop Christopher Coyne reflects on deep meaning of choosing to be humble before God through the posture of kneeling.
Bishop Christopher Coyne reflects on the humanity of standing, and how that posture plays a role in our prayers and worship of God, in whose image we're made.
You might not think sitting is an important prayer posture, but Bishop Christopher presents sitting in a different light.
Bishop Christopher Coyne calls you to reflect on a prayer posture you may not have considered.
Bishop Christopher Coyne talks about a prayer tradition Christians have inherited from Judaism.
Bishop Christopher Coyne speaks about how Christians ask God to do more for us in the way we present and structure our prayers.
Bishop Christopher Coyne explains the second part of Christian prayer after invocation: giving particular praise and thanks to God for all he has done for us.
Bishop Christopher Coyne speaks about the very first action in any Christian prayer - one that establishes our right relationship with God, and properly begins our conversation with God.