Posts about Prayer

We are in the middle of something bigger than ourselves The Power of Widsom, Discernment and Revelation

Posted by Kay Harms on August 17, 2017 in Faith, Prayer, Wisdom

This week we have been focusing on wisdom. When we look at Proverbs 1:5-6 we know as believers that someone has gone before us. And James 1:5 reminds us that it’s okay – encouraged even – to ask for guidance when we need it! Today, our guest blogger and good friend, Kay Harms, reminds us of […]

Growth is not magical, it's gradual Growth is Not Magical, it’s Gradual

Posted by Carrie Postma on July 27, 2017 in Faith, Prayer

When we say YES to Jesus, our hearts become new and fully alive. We can move forward in confidence that our eternity is set, yet there is still work to do this side of heaven. A lot of us can get stuck in the tangles of our past which can cause us to throw our […]

How Strong Are You? How Strong Are YOU?

Posted by Laurie Sheffield on January 19, 2017 in Faith, Happiness, Prayer

Conversations in the Shower… I’m going to let you in on a little secret of mine…I rarely shower alone! Often when my kids were young it seemed as soon as I’d get in, one by one someone needed something. Instead of trying to stave them off for another five or 10 minutes, we’d just finish […]

Dangers of Distraction Dangers of Distraction

Posted by Elisha Joyce on January 12, 2017 in Faith, Prayer

Today we kick off a new series called “happiness quest.” We’ll be looking at Matt 5 which is a prescription for reaching biblical happiness. To start us off, our guest blogger, Elisha Joyce, discusses something that often plays against our happiness: a distracted heart. But, as she shares with us today, when we offer up our distraction […]

A Different Kind of Christmas A Different Kind of Christmas

Posted by Guest Blogger on December 23, 2016 in Faith, Family, Prayer

Written by Guest Blogger, Kari Patterson What one word would describe your usual Christmas season? Busy? Hectic? Fun? Stressful? Sad? Debt-accruing? I love Christmas.   And, to be fair, we don’t usually have an overly full schedule, so I don’t feel super busy or hectic. I don’t stress a lot about things being perfect, and […]