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We have two special guests for this week’s Monday Minute who are sharing about how God’s Word is Living and Active, just like PT. God’s Word: Living and Active By Margaret Franklin and Rose McConnell   Honesty is always the...
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Join Tonia for this week’s Thursday Prayer in praying with Deuteronomy. Praying Scripture is a powerful discipline. Praying with Deuteronomy 6:4-7 (NIV) Hear, O Israel: The Lord our God, the Lord is one.   Thank you Lord for being our...
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In this week’s Monday Minute, Muriel shares with us how the discipline of meditation is for Christians, too. As military women we understand the power of discipline, so why do we bristle at the mention of meditation?   The Sound...
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In this week’s Monday Minute, Andrea shares with us five practical approaches to the basics of Bible Study. May our curiosity about the things of God never grow dim. Basics of Bible Study…Be Curious! by Andrea Plotner   Bible “Study”...
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Jennifer Wake shares about her experiences with saying no to God in this week’s Worship Wednesday. Can you relate? Saying No To God   Here I am having another tantrum. , stomping my feet. Saying “no” to God. Surely I...
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For this week’s Monday Minute, Claudia shares with us how God has been cultivating a heart for prayer moment by moment. For those of us who long to pray without ceasing, this is wonderful encouragement. Growing in Prayer Moment by...
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For this week’s Monday Minute, Jennifer talks about how true love bears burdens. God created us to do life together and has given us some specific instructions for what that looks like. Our love for our friends should be influenced...
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  I am a much better blabber than blogger, but when I was asked if I was interested in writing a guest blog for Planting Roots I absolutely had to say yes! You see, I had just asked the Lord,...
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Born in a Navy hospital, I lived twenty-one years as a Navy brat. Each time my Navy family settled into a new house, my mom would say, “Home is where your stuff is.” She meant that once you arranged familiar...
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