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Full Bodied Grace

Full Bodied Grace

“Do you understand what I have done for you?” He asked them… “Now that I, your Lord and Teacher, have washed your feet, you also should wash one another’s feet.” — John 13:12, John 13:14 Jesus is about to let flesh be broken with nail, heart be broken with rejection, chains be broken with bleeding

Hope In Light of the Unexpected

This life you didn’t necessarily plan for is becoming quite beautiful on you. In the Light of the Unexpected It might be that day of the week, or that particular season, or that darkest hour when you’ve come to the end of your rope; when your dreams seem impossibly far away, when nothing seems to

Walking in the Spirit

When we pray for the Spirit’s help… we will simply fall down at the Lord’s feet in our weakness. There we will find the victory and power that comes from His love. — Andrew Murray, Experiencing the Holy Spirit The holy spirit is a person, not an atmosphere. He creates an atmosphere, and He fills an

When to Walk Away: Follow Jesus’ Example

Jesus walked away from toxic people and let them walk away from Him. We can learn to follow His example. INTRODUCTION For the first fifteen years of their marriage they served the church in two dramatically different ways. Both David and Ginny had gifts for ministry, loved people, and felt honored to serve the same

Anxiety is battling the enemy

Overcoming Anxiety with Peace

When Houston energy worker Shawn Baker was laid off in 2015, she opened a new business that quickly became a “smash hit.” It’s a place for angry, stressed – out, or anxiety – filled people to take out their frustrations on inanimate objects. Inside the building are four rooms lined with thick plywood, all stocked

The Simple Faith Of Mister Rogers | Amy Hollingsworth

Mister Rogers: A Presence Transformed by Prayer

Mister Rogers: A Presence Transformed by Prayer When I asked for your prayers, I didn’t mean to be vague about the need. ~ Fred Rogers, in a letter sent in spring 1995 The ritualistic tenor of Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood — the familiar wardrobe change in and out of comfortable clothes; the same opening and closing

Every Man Questions “Do I Have The Strength It Takes?”

Why don’t men play the man? Why don’t they offer their strength to a world desperately in need of it? For two simple reasons: we doubt very much that we have any real strength to offer, and we’re pretty certain that if we did offer what we have it wouldn’t be enough. Something has gone wrong and we know

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