Tag: prayer

Witness Well

Do not be afraid – Do not fear

I am a person who likes to have all my ducks in a row – I pack early for a trip, I meal plan and make my grocery list accordingly, I like math because I can find an… Read More

Inspired by my parents to pray for the lost

Sometimes God allows circumstances in the lives of loved ones that causes us to reflect on those relationships.

What a conversation with God looks like when He does all the talking

Prayer is a vehicle God uses to transport us from weakness to strength, from timidity to boldness, from self-absorption to self-denial. It is through prayer that are eyes are opened to the lost, our ears are attune to… Read More

Three Suggestions on How to Cultivate a Meaningful Prayer Life

Our prayer life has a tendency to reflect a heart condition. When a consistent, meditative time of prayer is lacking in our lives, it can expose an untrusting or distracted soul. Perhaps it’s not necessarily a heart matter,… Read More

Communicating grace: Prayers for a dying man

A month or so ago, we were having unseasonable warm weather and I was loving it!

Two lessons gleaned from watching March Madness

It’s March Madness time! Being a sports-minded family, our family participates in our own bracket challenge for this college basketball tournament.  We would watch these games anyway, but having the bracket challenge competition makes each of us take… Read More

What Kind of Trail?

Driving west out of Idaho into Oregon, the interstate generally follows the old Oregon Trail route. Oregon does a great job of marking the old trail by placing white posts about every quarter mile. It is fun to… Read More

Life lessons I learned from Johnny Carson

At a time when television was the social media of the day, only a few kings emerged to rule and influence millions. Johnny Carson was one of those kings.