Posts Tagged ‘ prayer ’

Facing the Mountains (part 2)

21st February 2017 | 0 Comments

A couple weeks ago I shared two important disciplines for facing the mountains in our lives. This week I want to share three more. Remember: When the Israelites crossed over the Jordan on dry ground—finally entering the Promised Land, God told Joshua to have one member form each of the twelve tribes, pick up a […]


The Mountains in our Lives

7th February 2017 | 0 Comments

Recently I posted a question on Facebook: “If you had to name the number one ‘mountain’ you know you are facing in 2017, what would it be?”  The answers ranged from “developing better health habits” to “healing from terminal disease” to “Satan’s attacks on our children.” It was a pretty thorough list of the kinds […]


Big Prayers, Big Promises

4th October 2016 | 0 Comments

Hannah, wife of Elkanah, barren, distraught, desperate woman, harassed in her grief, but tenacious in her request. Hannah, mother of Samuel, the prophet and priest who fought for Israel’s heart to be turned back to God. Hannah, a God seeker, who wasn’t deterred from praying big. Her story is found in 1 Samuel 1 and […]


What Happens when I Pray?

20th September 2016 | 0 Comments

I am still contemplating the significance of prayer in our journey with God—both personally and on the grand scale of His plan for building His kingdom in the world. Some of what I’ve been learning and am experiencing in my own life, may be obvious. I guess it should be obvious, but it’s certainly been […]


What Do You Want Me to Do for You?–Bart’s tale

30th August 2016 | 0 Comments

This is an imaginative re-write of the story found in Mark 10:46-52: It was hot and dusty; I felt my way along the rocky edge of the road, until I found an outcropping of rocks big enough to sit on, out of the way of the road, but close enough I could get a traveler’s […]