9.17.18 Praise & Prayer Prompt: Praying For Others

PRAISE & PRAYER PROMPT ••• In James 5:16, it says, “Therefore, confess your sins to one another and pray for one another, that you may be healed. The prayer of a righteous person has great power as it is working.” We know we should pray for others, but it’s easy to forget. We hear of a tragic story, or get a phone call, and say, … Continue reading 9.17.18 Praise & Prayer Prompt: Praying For Others

7.22.18 Praise & Prayer Prompt: Waking Up to the Truth of Jesus

PRAISE & PRAYER PROMPT ••• As my husband and my mother can both attest, I can sleep through an alarm clock like no one else. When I was a teenager, the alarm would be set at the highest volume, and because I am a child of the 80s, the music set to the best of the 80s hair bands. I slept through it every morning. … Continue reading 7.22.18 Praise & Prayer Prompt: Waking Up to the Truth of Jesus

7.21.18 Praise & Prayer Prompt: Temptations

PRAISE & PRAYER PROMPT ••• I have a major sweet tooth, but there’s one dessert I’ll never order in a restaurant… Anything chocolate. Don’t get me wrong, I like chocolate just fine… I’m just not the chocolate fanatic like some people I know (you know who you are!). But if I’m going to eat chocolate, I’m kind of particular about it. I don’t care for … Continue reading 7.21.18 Praise & Prayer Prompt: Temptations

7.20.18 Praise & Prayer Prompt: When Anger Runs Amok

PRAISE & PRAYER PROMPT ••• In Proverbs 29:11, it says, “Fools vent their anger, but the wise quietly hold it back.” Y’all, I wish I could say I was wise all the time. So many times I’ve wished I could learn to just shut up and take the time to process emotions before I react to them. Can any of you relate? How do you … Continue reading 7.20.18 Praise & Prayer Prompt: When Anger Runs Amok

7.6.18 Praise & Prayer Prompt: When It’s Convenient

PRAISE & PRAYER PROMPT ••• The Apostle Paul was arrested several times during his ministry and in Acts 24, we find him standing trial, accused of inciting riots among the Jews. A lawyer named Tertullus gave the accusation in verses 2-8. Then, Governor Felix heard Paul’s side of things. In verses 22-23, Felix basically put the trial on continuance and ordered Paul back to jail. … Continue reading 7.6.18 Praise & Prayer Prompt: When It’s Convenient