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The Power of the Pocket Prayer

Do you struggle with prayer? You aren’t the first to struggle. The sign-up sheet for Prayer 101 contains some familiar names: the apostles John, James, Andrew, and Peter. When one of Jesus’ disciples requested, “Lord, teach us to pray” (Luke 11:1), none of the others objected. No one walked away saying, “Hey, I have prayer figured out.” The first followers of Jesus needed prayer

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    Grace: Resist the Funk

    Let your conversation be always full of grace, seasoned with salt, so that you may know how to answer everyone. — Colossians 4:6 Thought for the Day: The reason I can give grace is because I so desperately need it. I like this verse. I really do. As a matter of fact, I’ve challenged my Proverbs



      $5 Beth Moore Special!

      What happens when we invite God’s power into our pain and discontent?  Beth Moore offers some of her signature straight talk about God’s deliverance in Get Out Of That Pit…now just $5.00 (70% off) through May 31st!   From her first breath of fresh air beyond the pit, it has never been enough for Beth



        Love and War in Marriage

        Marriage is hard. But, it is also meant to be beautiful. Building and maintaining a successful marriage requires more work, grace, patience, forgiveness, and sacrifice than any bride or groom who walks down the aisle can begin to comprehend. But, for those who make that life-long commitment and see it through, the rewards are powerful and



          Healing Through Helping

          Do not be afraid; God has heard the boy crying as he lies there. Lift the boy up and take him by the hand, for I will make him into a great nation. — Genesis 21:17-18 To be truthful, there are some wounds I have nursed. Sometimes it feels good to hurt bad. I can take a wicked pleasure in



            Allowance and Kids: When, How Much, Where, and How

            So when do we start giving kids an allowance? By first grade at the latest, though there is no harm in starting an allowance sooner. If a child can count and is asking questions about where money comes from and what things cost, then it’s time to begin. Kids who have gotten wise to the power of pestering parents



              Love: No More Sloppy Agape

              Romans 12:9–21 The love that Paul wishes to see in the Romans is one that works in holiness and right living. Thomas Watson, a Puritan, spoke to that point, “Faith deals with invisibles, but God hates that love which is invisible.” The rest of chapter 12 contains a number of injunctions to “deep, unaffected and

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                Our Top 5 Men’s Bible Studies

                  God has given men a great deal of responsibility: we are husbands, fathers, friends, workers, and many other things.  In each of the roles we have, we are often times looked to to be the leader.  In the very least, we have a responsibility and obligation to lead our families.  But we need to



                  LIVE Author Chat on April 21

                  Register for the LIVE chat with Melanie Dale, author of Women Are Scary, on April 21 Register today Enjoy this exclusive book excerpt… Trolling for Moms If you could pick your ideal friends, whom would you choose? Would they be exactly like you or really different? I have a diverse group of friends, and I love