Tag Archives: Prayer

Praying for our leaders means praying for freedom

Okay, the election is over. What should be our heart’s posture be as followers of Christ after what has transpired? What do we do when it appears our new President was elected by fraudulent means? We certainly can expose what … Continue reading

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“Let Us Worship” event in Washington DC

Never before has our nation needed God’s grace and mercy and healing. 2020 has seen so much unrest and division with so many fearful about the future. But, beloved, God is at work! He’s moving in our midst, if we … Continue reading

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We are the ones needing bending

A while back, I watched a five-year old boy drag his aunt back into our church building after the service because he felt he was supposed to pray for a lady with a cast on her leg. He went over … Continue reading

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Cultivating a Communion Lifestyle

“For some reason, religious people tend to confuse the means with the actual goal. In the beginning, you tend to think that God really cares about your exact posture, the exact day of the week for public prayer, the authorship … Continue reading

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Raise a Hallelujah

We’ve started singing “Raise a Hallelujah” by Jonathan and Melissa Helser. I love the message it brings, and I also love the story behind it. Jonathan talks about a small boy named Jaxon. He received a text from Jaxon’s parents … Continue reading

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Breakthrough

“Patient died. Mother prayed. Patient came back to life.” (Pastor Jason Noble). That quote pretty much sums up the movie, Breakthrough, which opened over Easter weekend and is based on a true story. To be honest, I hadn’t even heard … Continue reading

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This is How I Fight My Battles

This is a very simple chorus but very powerful in meaning. The song, “Surrounded,” is performed by Michael W. Smith from his latest album by the same title, but it’s written by Ellysa Smith from Upper Room, a worship and … Continue reading

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Jesus’ Subversive Kingdom – Part Thirteen

God is, first and foremost, about relationship. There has never been a time when God was alone, nor has He ever done anything alone. “In the beginning was the Word, and the Word was with God, and the Word was … Continue reading

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Awake My Soul

Father of the mountains, shepherd of the sea. Author of the questions that are hidden in me. A voice out on the water. A whisper in the trees. A longing to believe. Awake my soul, awake my soul. Like a … Continue reading

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He’s in the waiting

I want to share an intimate time of worship, healing, and hope at our church a couple weeks ago. This is one of the things I love about corporate gatherings. You’re in this space together with your brothers and sisters and the anticipation is electric. The … Continue reading

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