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Intercession

Intercessory prayer.  Oswald Chambers says it is “putting yourself in God’s place; it is having His mind and His perspective” on the matter. The value of our praying in this way is what I call Partnership in the Divine. God is working in the earth, and you and I are His vessels. “John Wesley so […]

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God Spoke Last Sunday

I love corporate worship, don’t you? God is revealing Himself as our hearts are fixed on Him in humble adoration. It is always such a special time in which we discover the unity we have in the Spirit. Sunday, April 2, 2017 was no exception. I began interceding for our church- that the gifts expressed […]

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Brokenness Births Purpose

Brokenness. Not a fun word. If you’ve been through a time of the soul’s grieving, you know the pain can be intense. It’s something we all share in common in the human experience. Life can be hard. I find that God wants to teach us in each season we encounter- whether we find ourselves on […]

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Thoughts on Death and Sorrow in the Aftermath of the Paris Attacks

What if you had been in the midst of the chaos that reigned throughout Paris Friday night? Do you think about that? What would you have done? What would have been your thoughts? In the unpredictable world that we live in, I believe we are wise to consider the core of our beliefs. We need […]

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It’s Here!

So many voices… so many outlets and opinions. We live in a culture full of messages. Yet, there is one voice that I’m certain is not as loud as it could be… the Body of Christ united in prayer! I’ve written much recently about our desperate need for prayer for America. You can read a […]

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A Mind Consumed by Thoughts of What Could Go Wrong

You’re a Christian and you worry. That seems pretty normal, doesn’t it? When you tell your friends you can’t turn your mind off at night and fall asleep, they concur that it’s a difficult thing. A mind consumed by thoughts of what could go wrong is a sweet dreams killer. Everyone worries, right? The wicked […]

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The Most Holy Day in America’s Recent History

Christians gathered all over America on the first of May in honor of the National Day of Prayer. According to the organization’s website, leaders throughout the centuries have called for days of prayer, but this particular annual event began in 1952 after it was signed into law by President Harry S. Truman. In the Hampton […]

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