Tag: prayer

One seed….

Growing up we had Nana, she was not related to us by blood but she was Nana to well most of the street. I don’t even think we knew her actual first name until we were teenagers. Nana took us all to Wednesday night church growing up, she took care of us, she loved us,

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Faith…

Last night, I had the pleasure of hearing Mark Batterson speak at my church. He is an amazing author.  He said some things that made me think and even to this morning are still making me think and process. I know, that means it was a good sermon right? So todays blog is going to feature

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What defines you?

Have you ever been listening to a speaker, a pastor, a bible study on DVD or Podcast or an audiobook and been following right along and them bam! The speaker drops a bomb that just hits you from out of no where? You know when you walk away and try and process all that you

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“Ask and I’ll give the nations to you”

Songs have a way of speaking to me, they bypass my brain and can go straight to my heart. Song words will sit on repeat in my mind whether or not I want them to. I have this uncanny way of remembering song words and melodies and sometimes even figuring out where the melody is

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I Can Ask God For The Small Things Too?

Recently, I was listening to a book about prayer, and about how we need to be specific in our prayers and not leave out even the little things. I know that I struggled through this, and it took me a couple of days to make the decision to pray specific and include even the things

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Peace

Peace, that word can sometimes seem like something unheard of, unknown, an impossibility. For those with anxiety, with their mind racing constantly, thinking of every possible worse thing that can happen, the idea that peace can calm their mind down for even just one minute seems unreal. For those living in a time of trial

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Where is Your Heart?

“I have crossed the horizon to find you I know your name  They have stolen the heart from inside you, but this does not define you This is not who you are You know who you are.”- Know Who You Are, Moana I don’t know about your thoughts on this very short song, but it has

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