Posts tagged with: trust

As we close out 2019, Tonia Gutting shares a prayer for giving the New Year to God. Giving the New Year to God by Tonia Gutting Lord God who makes all things new! We look forward to this new year...
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As we look forward to a season of celebration at Christmas, Michelle Heib prays for us to flourish in our faith in every season for this week’s Sunday Prayer. Flourish in Faith in Every Season by Michelle Hieb   Heavenly...
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In this week’s Monday Minute, Muriel shares with us 5 keys to parenting teenagers as God showed her the importance of shifting from disiplining to discipling. How to Shift from Disciplining to Discipling by Muriel Gregory   “so shall my...
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In this week’s Sunday Prayer, Hillary prays for us to find stillness before God as we commit to trusting in the Lord during transitions. Stillness and Trusting in the Lord During Transitions by Hillary Baggett Lord, being still is HARD....
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In this week’s Sunday Prayer, Tonia shares the power of praying God’s Word back to him by praying Revelation 5 for our military. Praying from Revelation 5 by Tonia Gutting “Worthy are you to take the scroll and to open...
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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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Giants and Hallelujahs   Giants can represent many things. Fear. Doubt. Anxiety. Sickness. Cancer. Loss. Giants can fill up the sacred spaces in your heart and they don’t like to share. And though sometimes these “giants” are very, very real,...
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Living Beyond the Noise   Life is just loud. With three kids, two dogs, a bunny rabbit, and a host of OPK’s (other people’s kids – which inevitably end up at my house at some point each day) my life...
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From Failure to Flourish   If I seem like I am writing a great deal about parenting lately, it’s because…well…I am. I can’t help it. It is where I’m living right now. In a season of teenagers, my life these...
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Lord, God! This land– grasslands dotted with cattle prairies bursting with grain waters teeming with fish trees drooping with fruit fields full of lettuce and strawberries and carrots and cabbage and on and on it goesHow You have blessed us!Shelves...
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