ayer yer faith—and this is great—but we’re also called to become experts at addressing the “heart” dimensions of faith. One way we can do this is by leading students to experience the many rich forms and expressions of prayer. As students gain confidence with different types of prayer, they’re more likely to incorporate some of these into their own prayer life. When we make prayer and spirituality a priority, we’ll discover a better balance between the head and the heart and see our students become enriched in new ways. Theological concepts will become connected to personal experience, and faith will come alive in a deeper way. This may require some intentional work on our part, but the rewards will be plentiful. And so… Let us pray 39 Subscribe today! smp.org/inspire