Received: 2024-02-24 21:37:17

Jesus please stop all attacks coming against me and my family and loved ones in Jesus Name Please heal Ashley of fatigue and headache, it is nothing, in Jesus Name Please heal Sarah's hive reactions, and strengthen her hips and knees, it is nothing, Please continue to heal Mitch with excellent results and healing of back, it is nothing, Please heal me of the cold I woke up with today, it is nothing, Thank You Jesus for healing us and protecting us, thank You Jesus for the healing miracles of Mitch and my dad, Hallelujah, Purge us of all sickness and disease, rebuke it out of us and block it from us, lift our feet over a stone (Psalm 91) deliver us from evil and lead us not into temptation, Lord restore nutrients, minerals and sustain and protect us, in Jesus Mighty Name, Amen and Hallelujah!!!


Slow & Steady

Today we want you to engage in a slow intentional day. Take some time right now to pray and express to God your worries or things you are anxious about in the day to come. 

Now as you go forward in your day, make the choice to stand in the longer lines, drive in the slow lane and focus on the present moments throughout the in between. When you are on your way to a destination or awaiting the meeting or event, be present and remember what anxieties you gave to God. Be in the present in the moment with God. 

What does it feel like to be aware of the in between instead of being focused on where you’re headed? How did you feel God today in the slow?


Patient Trust

Click Here to listen to the poem “Patient Trust” by Brooke Poindexter. The Transcript is below the video in the comments. 

What lines stood out to you? 

Now sit with the lines... “And yet it is the law of all progress that it is made by passing through some stages of instability—” 

Where do you feel unstable today? Think about the ways you have made progress recently and within your entire life. Take some time and pray for your progress. Let God into the instability you are feeling and practice patient trust by passing through.


Quiet Talk

Today we want to invite you to a practice that you are probably familiar with- silence. We encourage you to find a comfortable place somewhere in your home and set a timer for 10 minutes. This may feel like a long time but try to focus on the quiet and what God may want to say to you in this time. Close your eyes and try to quiet your mind. If you feel your mind begin to wander, try to bring yourself back to your breath and the quiet. 

What was that like? Was it challenging to keep your mind quiet?



This may be a practice that you do often as it is a common form of prayer and a great exercise for centering yourself. Today we invite you to grab a pen and paper and take some time to write out your prayer for today. Allow your prayer to wander and write like you’re having a conversation and not writing a todo list. 

What things came up that you didn't expect? How did the practice of writing it down change the interaction of prayer for you? Feel free to put your prayer somewhere that you may find it later.


Fill My Cup

Today we invite you into the practice of prayerful worship, with the song Fill My Cup by Andrew Ripp. Allow yourself to take in the lyrics and as you feel led make the chorus your prayer. As you sing or simply take in the song, what experiences of God come to mind? In what ways do you need your cup filled these days? Let that also be your prayer as you go through your day. 

Click Here to listen to Fill My Cup by Andrew Ripp

Week of December 5, 2022

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Breath Prayer
Christ Be All Around Me | Breath Prayer


Posture Prayer
The Weight of Grief


Bible Study
Understanding An Ancient Text

The Bible is a fascinating and invaluable resource for exploring and understanding the depths of who God is and how he loves. Understanding the unique way in which it was written and the different types of literature found within will go a long way towards helping you know how to accurately apply the truth in this beautiful and ancient book to your own 21st century life.