Posts tagged with: worship

Grace Upon Grace

This through back Worship Wednesday by Sarah McKinney reminds us that, “Grace upon grace” is ours. Grace Upon Grace… Strength 2 Thrive Conference November 7th, 2015 – Centreville, Virginia   Looking out over a crowd of military women, my heart...

5 Steps to Help You Grow Healthy

This week, Kori shares 5 steps grow healthy so we can serve God more fully in this week’s Monday Minute.   5 Steps to Help You to Grow Healthy by Kori Yates The first time I couldn’t keep up changed...

When Worthless Work Becomes Worship

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...

Worship When Mercy Fills Your Cup

In this week’s Worship Wednesday, Claudia challenges us all to worship God when his mercy fills your cup. Worship When Mercy Fills Your Cup by Claudia Duff mercy noun mer·cy | \ ˈmər-sē a blessing that is an act of...

When Life Struggles Make It Hard to Worship

The Bible tells us God is worthy of our praise. But what do we do when our life struggles make it hard to worship? When Life Struggles Make it Hard to Worship by April Dingle “This is the day that...

You Are Not Alone

You Are Not Alone   I couldn’t wrap my brain around it. It was too big…and it was desperately not enough. I remember it like it was yesterday. I didn’t even recognize the face that stared back at me in...

Are We There Yet? (and other repetitive questions from a military homeschool mom)

“Are We There Yet?” (and other repetitive questions from a military homeschool mom)   Surely I am not the only one who’s heard the impatience echo around their mini-van… “Mom, are we there yet!?!” Yup. As a military family, we...

Already Enough…Peace in the Midst of the Waiting

Already Enough…Peace in the Midst of the Waiting I don’t know about you, but the list housing my prayer requests is pretty long these days. Life, in general, just seems to be full of longing and hoping, asking and waiting....

Giants and Hallelujahs

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,...

Free to Worship

How We’re Learning by Liz Giertz Worship. Our founding fathers established this country ensuring people would be free to worship as they saw fit. As a soldier, I swore an oath to defend the document guaranteeing that right. While on...