Posts about Prayer

His Faithfulness in the Silence

Posted by Guest Blogger on March 12, 2020 in Faith, Guest Blogger, Hope, Prayer

I switched my not-quite-two year old into a “big boy bed” because we were ready for him to be a big brother and the baby would need his crib. It’d happen quickly, I figured, just like pregnancy happened with him. But then he grew out of the toddler bed and into a bunk bed, and […]

See Your Way to Hope

Posted by Guest Blogger on January 2, 2020 in Guest Blogger, Hope, Prayer, Wisdom

I sit on the back porch watching my two oldest sons play soccer and giggle boisterously in the backyard below. Like many recent evenings, I am once again not feeling well. I like to fancy myself as a kind of Wonder Woman. (I mean, obviously I’m her doppelgänger and often get confused for her. Happens. […]

Necessary Conversations

Posted by Guest Blogger on November 7, 2019 in Guest Blogger, Prayer, Wisdom

Google the word prayer and you will get about 830,000,000 results. Prayer is obviously something that people are curious about and often is something that we complicate more than necessary. Because of its importance, we feel that a simple approach is not effective. But prayer is just a personal conversation, “a spiritual transaction with the […]

She Calls Him She Calls Him

Posted by Guest Blogger on August 8, 2019 in Faith, Guest Blogger, Prayer, Unite, Build, Live

She calls Him Creator He speaks life Small or large His words breathe Peace She calls Him Way-maker Clearing paths Through mountains Calling pure Hearts To carry His plans Of freedom She calls Him She calls Him She calls Him Promise Keeper Speaking into Dreams Healing past Hurt She calls Him Giver Sacrifices His son […]

Listen Listen

Posted by Guest Blogger on May 23, 2019 in Faith, Guest Blogger, Prayer

The small chapel in the center of Multnomah Bible College was freezing most mornings. I would grab a hot coffee from the cafe and the linen cloth used to cover the organ to cocoon myself in warmth before sitting on the cold wooden pews. Back in those days, my morning mind was filled with negative […]