Monthly archive for ‘ September, 2016 ’

Prayer Thoughts (part 2)

27th September 2016 | 0 Comments

So here it is…some more thoughts on prayer. 1. Praying opens my eyes to opportunities: Sometimes, instead of praying I try to figure out a solution to a given issue or problem myself. This usually makes the issue even messier, and often results in a high level of stress for me and anyone else involved. […]

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 […]

Timeless Moments

13th September 2016 | 0 Comments

I stand outside the church, a simple mud and block building with a tin roof, overlooking the Himalayan foothills. And I feel strangely out of place. This tiny village, so overlooked by time, lacks most modern conveniences. Meals are cooked over a gas cook stove like we might use for camping, the bathroom is plumbed, […]

Pray Big, Believe Big, Live Big

3rd September 2016 | 0 Comments

You might notice it’s Saturday–not Tuesday. So why am I posting? If you follow my blog you know Tuesday is my “post” day. But I can’t wait til Tuesday. I can’t wait to tell you why I won’t be able to post on Tuesday. You see I’m off to celebrate our Big God and his […]