Posts tagged with: remember

For this week’s Monday Minute, Liz shares what to do when you don’t feel like celebrating. Flourishing when Festivities Don’t Feel Fun by Liz Giertz I don’t know about you, but holidays stress me out.  I know I’m supposed to...
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For this week’s Monday Minute, Jennifer shares with us four Creative Ways to Celebrate God’s faithfulness! If you have more, we’d love to hear them! 4 Creative Ways to Celebrate God’s Faithfulness by Jennifer Wake I am an admin person....
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This week, Kori kicks off our month of Flourishing in Celebration by sharing four ways we can master the art of simple celebration. Flourishing in Simple Celebration by Kori Yates Giving gifts is not one of my strengths, and remembering...
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I’m honored to share for this week’s Worship Wednesday what God has been teaching me about how worthless work becomes worship. When Worthless Work Becomes Worship by Liz Giertz When I wore the uniform making sure the commander knew my...
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God who knows my name and my address– my future addresses and my past ones God who knows me beyond my titles beyond my false fronts beyond my accomplishments and failures and many, many hats God who knows my heart...
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How We’re Learning By Kori Yates Celebrate Rejoice in the Lord always; again I will say, rejoice! (Philippians 4:4) I am an optimist. In “spiritual talk,” one of my spiritual gifts is exhortation. I have thought for years that I...
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How We’re Learning By Kori Yates How to Become a Tree I feel stuck. I want to be strong and mighty, a faithful, mature child of the King. Yet, I seem to struggle with the same things over and over....
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Holy Courage Well…now I know. In my life, what I give permission to can be the very thing that holds me captive. Recently, a person I trusted and cared for said and did some things that deeply wounded my heart....
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Restoring Wonder   I know. I’m bordering on broken-record-ness. God is good. Repeat. Repeat again. What more can I say, really? Well…I don’t know about you, but I am a forgetful, color-blind woman. I need the reminding. I need to...
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I climbed thirty feet up to the top of a telephone pole, now all I had to do was stand. Strapped into a harness that was attached to a rope held by someone on the ground, I had climbed up...
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