People who visit Arkansas House of Prayer for prayer and meditation come from all walks of life. There are clergy who come here to recharge their ministerial batteries (or to seek inspiration for sermons!), and there are lay people who are faithfully devoted to their own spiritual work. There are busy career women and men who cherish a half hour of quiet during a weekday lunch break, and there are retirees who show up every morning or afternoon for their daily practice. There are parents who bring their children to encourage them in their spiritual growth, and there are family members caring for sick relatives who come here for respite and healing for themselves. Whoever you are, wherever you are on your journey, our doors are open as a quiet resting place for all who seek it.