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A new iPhone application has brought the traditional Book of Common Prayer together with today’s technology, courtesy of a group from a Nichols Hills church.
The Rev. Patrick Bright, rector of All Souls Episcopal Church, helped create an iPhone app of the Book of Common Prayer, most commonly used by Anglicans, known as Episcopalians in the United States.
The new app, iPray, became available in mid-April, much to the delight of the group of people who helped create it.
David Hill, CEO of Kimray Inc. and a member of All Souls’ Episcopal Church, 6400 N Pennsylvania, came up with the idea for the app as a way to help his children navigate the Book of Common Prayer more easily.
The app is available through the iTunes Store for $1.99.
With heightened general-public attention on God’s Word this year due to the King James Version’s 400th anniversary, retailers and publishers are seeing a good response to initiatives to help get the Bible in as many hands as possible with giveaways and promotions.Among the efforts is one led by Scott Reed, manager of the LifeWay Christian Store in Conyers, Ga., who began asking customers in October 2010 if they would like to donate a Bible to “a wounded warrior” recovering at an American military hospital outside of Ramstein Air Base in Landstuhl, Germany.