Monk Preston Pages:

"Cha bu leis a laidhe no ‘ιirigh."
      ("His lying down and rising up were not his own." -Old Gaelic Saying)


Image: The Prayer Foundation logo (with white Celtic cross on a green shield).

"The means are the end."

-S. G. Preston (June 5, 2009)


"To Promote Prayer among all Christians and Proclaim Christ to the World!"

Image: portion of illuminated manuscript page from "The Book of Kells."Photo: (Jan. 2008) - Monk Preston (S. G. Preston) with The Prayer Foundation Shield (Logo) on our Monastery grounds.  (Copyrighted) Photo by Leah Nash (  Used by permission. Monk Preston with The Prayer Foundation ™ Shield (Logo), on our Monastery grounds. (Jan. 2008 - Photo by Leah Nash for The Boston Globe)

  Index: ____________________________________________________________

Photo: of our actual Celtic Cross Shield (TM).  The Prayer Foundation Logo and Trademark.  Phot Copyright 2007 S.G.P.  All Rights Reserved.™


See Also:


  Copyright © 2013 S.G.P. All rights reserved.

Monk Preston (S.G. Preston) Co-founded The Prayer Foundation ™ with his wife, Monk Linda (in March of 1999), as an Interdenominational "Prayer Encouragement" ministry which  would also present a clear Gospel message worldwide in response to Christ's "Great Commission" calling given to all believers.

He serves as President of the organization, and of the Knights of Prayer ™ Monastic Order, a ministry of The Prayer Foundation ™. 

The Prayer Foundation ™ Knights of Prayer ™ Monastic Order was the very first Monastic Order composed of 100% born-again Christians; beginning what would within a very few years become an ever-growing movement .

(Note: There were over 100 Communities in North America alone that consider themselves both "Evangelical", and "monastic" according to the Boston Globe, Feb. 3rd, 2008).

A website of "Prayer Teaching and Resources" (this one, currently containing over 1,000 webpages) went online Nov. 8, 2000, and included the ministry of  a perpetual 24-Hr. Prayerchain

As of March 2010, The Prayer Foundation ™ had over 1,800 volunteers in all 50 U.S. States and 43 Countries, and had received Prayer Requests from 88 Countries.