Monthly Archives: May 2012

It’s Better to Say You Don’t Know Than Give a Bad Answer

by Jill Briscoe Even when I’m old and grey do not forsake me oh Lord until I have declared your word to the next generation, your might to all that are to come. Psalm 71:16-18 I remember writing in my … Continue reading

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A Prayer for a Difficult Time

by Josh Wheeler Father, I pray for my friends during this transition. Lord, I pray that you would give them wisdom. I pray that you show them the truth of their situation. I don’t know the reality of their needs, … Continue reading

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What Crisis Reveals

I thought I understood crisis. I have taught the basics of crisis response for years. I have met with people in crisis and have been told that I have been helpful. But this crisis has torn through my mask of competence … Continue reading

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My Son Came Home!!!

Her radiant face spoke more loudly than the words that flowed. “It was 8:30 in the morning when the door bell rang. I couldn’t imagine who would be at our house at that time. I opened the door and there … Continue reading

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Set Him Free!

by Shirlee Vandegrift God speaks to us in many ways. If we are close enough to Him we can hear Him in the wind, in the baby’s cry, in the noise of a busy street, in the doctor’s office and … Continue reading

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An Unexpected Answer to Prayer

On Saturday I went out to our camper to spend a day with God. Reading Psalm 13 from the Amplified Bible I was stopped at this phrase “lighten the eyes of my faith to behold Your face in the pitch-like … Continue reading

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