Waiting on Manna: Needing God Every Single Day

September 27th 2013 No comments yet  

lightstock_3693_xsmall_user_799053I’m going to be perfectly honest with you: there is nothing I want to be doing less than writing a blog today. For the past couple of weeks, I’ve been dealing with a communicatory and financial mess up with an apartment, and I have been sleeping a lot less because of the stress. My schedule is completely off, my exercise routine is shot, and worry and doubt are seeping in. I am completely physically and emotionally drained today. And I have at least 400 …

Road Map for Prayer

A Photo May 9th 2012 No comments yet  

I learned the Lord’s Prayer in the locker room. From age 7 until I was in college, in whatever sport I was playing, my coaches all did the same thing before a game. They would tell us to “bring it in, grab a knee,” and to “pray as the Lord Jesus Christ taught us”¦.Our Father, who art in Heaven“ As my teammates and I recited the prayer in unison, we would invariably crescendo into a pre-game frenzied chorus of “the kingdom, and

An Urgent Call to Prayer

September 9th 2008 No comments yet  

Hindu extremists have incited widespread violence against Christians in the Indian state of Orissa. Reports from Orissa tell of dozens of churches destroyed, Christians driven from their homes, pastors beaten, and over twenty martyrs. Thousands of Christians are hiding in forests, afraid to return to their homes and villages. The violence erupted after a Hindu swami was assassinated by a radical Marxist group and the blame was cast on Christians. Police and other state authorities have frequently refused to intervene and offer any protection for Christians or for churches. The persecution is some of the …

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