What are themes?
Every month we focus on a new topic related to the overall site. We call these topics themes and change them the first Sunday of each month.
What are theme categories?
As we post new content each week, the posts will be grouped under four categories. Each category is intended to guide you through a path we have developed for engaging with God in your own quiet spaces. Try one or all of these paths each week.
Why do I see "Read" notes at the end of every post?
Each month of content is inspired by or related to a book or resource from The Upper Room. These books and resources offer a deeper exploration of ways you can engage with God in your daily life. You can find more information on these books and resources on the Related Resources page for each month’s theme.
What are related resources?
The Related Resources page connects you to all the books, posts, videos, and images that are related to each month’s theme. Each book resource provides an excellent way to engage with the monthly themes outside of MyQuietSpaces.org.
Who writes the My Quiet Spaces content?
The idea for MyQuietSpaces.org began with a book by Patricia Wilson, Quiet Spaces: Prayer Interludes for Women, but our content contributor base is always growing. We are seeking contributors whose content will fit within the scope of Quiet Spaces. Contact us if you have an idea for a monthly theme.
Who are the Women of Quiet Spaces?
We will be gathering feedback from as many women from as many walks of life during the conception, testing, and launch of MyQuietSpaces.org. We are thankful for every voice and opinion, and we will share those names and faces on the site. Click here to see the list.
Do you see room for improvement?
Visit our About page and let us know what is working or not working for you. While we may not be able to respond directly to your request, we will review your message and see what we can do to improve our site.
If you would like to be included in the Women of Quiet Spaces, send a comment or suggestion. We appreciate and value your input.