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Hils

Thanks for that - its a brilliant idea, makes praying feel tangible, i've been struggling with praying for a while, this helped, Hils

Mark

Aargh, my eyes!

Only kidding. :-)
It's well programmed, and useful to hook people.

moya

hi i think it is good but i think it is good if you can see other people's prayers so you can pray them too and they can pray yours. you could always have a button so you don't have to display your prayer if you don't want to??? but I guess you all thought of this already. was it too technically difficult or troublesome to have that facility?

Liz

Love it.

Just a small question - are you supposed to be able to see your prayer in the bubble as it rejoins the lamp? If so it's not working for me

jonny

the bubble reappears and glows a bit more until it floats to the top... we decided we didn't want prayers to appear for everyone to see.

michelle

looooove the lava prayer lamp, as did my six year old son

Anderson

Thanks for sharing this, it's a wonderful idea, I'm hoping to use it as a part of evening worship one week.

chris

Nice :) i found it really helpfull nice one.

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