As we enter this weekend, I offer another prayer:
“Heavenly Father, in you I live and move and have my being: I humbly pray you so to guide and govern me by your Holy Spirit, that in all the cares and occupations of my life I may not forget you, but may remember that I am ever walking in your sight; through Jesus Christ my Lord. Amen.”
[The Divine Hours by Phyllis Tickle, excerpt from The Book of Common Prayer]
This Week On the Blog
This Week in Articles
From my friend, Mariel, “Are you desperate enough to know Him better, to know him first hand?“
“We have peace with the Father. He doesn’t look at us with disdain. He doesn’t shake his finger and scold. Instead, he embraces us and leads us to wholeness.”
Reflecting on mission organizations, I am so grateful for ours and how they valued-and led us to value-our sending churches and our national churches. Here’s some reasons why.
If you’ve been a ministry leaders wife and have experienced hurt, here’s some words of truth.
“It’s easiest to get into a conversation when someone speaks to us first. God speaks to us in His Word; and if we pray with an open Bible, we don’t need to think of words to pray to Him. We can simply respond to what He has said.”