www.lords-prayer-words.com began as a small project in 2007 with the aim of developing an online resource for people seeking to find out more about the Lord's Prayer. Initially this covered popular versions of the prayer and classic commentaries by the likes of Matthew Henry and Adam Clarke. The site was later added to by an extensive list of versions in different languages, (such as Russian and even Chinese!) and other resources, such as popular adaption's of the Lord's Prayer in music and song.
The website has since grown to become a wider resource about prayer, and seeks to encompass the rich heritage of the Christian faith, from the prayer life of the ancient Celts to modern day writings of the contemporary Church, and from across the varied traditions that exist within it, such as the Catholic, Anglican, and Methodist church denominations The site covers many famous prayers, such as the "Serenity Prayer" and "The Lord is my Shepherd", as well as a section on how to pray to God and various prayer topics (for example, prayer for students and family life). Recently added this year is a new section covering events and occasions through the year, such as Easter prayers and Christmas blessings. You can visit any of these sections now by clicking on the links under the "main navigation" heading at the top of this page.
www.lords-prayer-words.com is rooted in traditional Christianity, and upholds the Nicene Creed as it's statement of faith. The content of this site seeks to reflect the writings of the various streams and denominations that exist within the present day Christian faith and to do so in a non-partisan way.