Best Apps For Your Daily Walk with God

Technology affords us with the opportunities to stay in touch with our family, friends, and colleagues around the clock but did you know there are apps that can be resourceful in staying connected in your relationship with God?

Check out the Best Apps for Your Daily Walk with God.

For bible reading and prayer:

iBCP – Never be without your prayer book again – download the Book of Common Prayer used by members of the Episcopal Church.

Prayer List – Track and store your prayer requests on this app that allows you to password protect for privacy, create your own personal list separately, and add images for each prayer.

The NRSV Devotional Bible consists of the New Revised Standard Version (NRSV) of the Bible and three books of devotional readings from the Christian Classics Ethereal Library ( The Imitation of Christ by Thomas a Kempis, Morning and Evening: Daily Readings by C.H. Spurgeon, and The Practice of the Presence of God: The Best Rule of Holy Life by Brother Lawrence. These books are time-tested classics with a proven ability to bring readers into the presence of God.


The Liturgical calendar of the Episcopal Church, according to the 1979 Book of Common Prayer. Shows the date of all feasts,fasts and optional commemorations listed in the prayerbook along with the associated liturgical colors. Also includes the Proper numbers for Sundays after Pentecost.

For connecting with your church community:

Facebook and Twitter – St. Stephen’s Episcopal Church is on Facebook and Twitter . Please become our fan and join in our conversations. Plus, get our blogs, news, and event updates 24 hours a day on your phone or home computer.

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