Ora et Labora Sandblasted Mug

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This limited edition mug is the first in our "Call to Prayer" mug collection. We hope each mug in the collection will call you to pray as you hold it in your hands, set it upon your desk or catch a glimpse from the cabinet.

Jenn's church congregation has adopted the phrase, "Our prayer is our work and our work is our prayer." It's their version of the Benedictine saying, "Ora et Labora." And, it's the prayer Jenn's had for Sacred Ordinary Days, specifically the planners, from the beginning - that we help you offer your prayer as your work and your work as your prayer.  

The prayer is sandblasted into the mug so it can be seen and felt. Sometimes prayers need a tactile element, don't they?

Right-handed and left-handed mugs are exactly the same, except for the placement of the prayer. Right-handed mugs can be read while held in the right hand. Left-handed mugs can be read while held in the left hand. Mug shown is right-handed.

The mug reads: LORD, I OFFER MY PRAYER AS MY WORK, MY WORK AS MY PRAYER.

Holds: 16 fluid oz 
Height: 4.25" 
Diameter: 3.75"
Width with handle: 5.5"
Weight: 16oz
Dishwasher safe. 

These were sandblasted by Hanna Braud of Hanna Braud Design, a fellow Waco, Texas business. 

 

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