knee-mail
(NEE.mayl) n. A prayer, especially one said while kneeling. Also: kneemail, knee mail.
v. knee-mail.

Example Citation:
Sign spotted outside the Church of Christ in Mountlake Terrace: "God Answers Knee-mail."
—Jean Godden, "Ballard loyalists unite," The Seattle Times, May 29, 2002

Earliest Citation:
There was a sign by a church. It said, "God Answers Knee Mail." That's because some people kneel when they pray.
—"Show me, thank you, I know," The Christian Science Monitor, October 3, 2000

Notes:
As the citation above and the earliest citation testify, this play on "e-mail" appears most often on signs outside of churches:

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