Tag: prayer

Just Keep Breathing

It’s Sunday morning. And I am at home. I would normally be at church right now with my family, but my (very fussy, teething who is obsessed with comfort-nursing) 7 month old is fighting a cold. Considering we just faced this last week with our 3 year old who is majorly sensitive to pain or […]

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A Prayer for Stress- iBelieve.com Post

I struggled with anxiety and panic attacks for many years in high school and college, even as a believer. Stress and worry were just a part of my life, and I allowed them to move into my mind and become my permanent mental roommates. From money problems to relationship issues, if it became too much, […]

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You Can’t Text God: How Social Media is Affecting My Prayer Life

I have debated on deactivating my Facebook account many times over the years, and sometimes I was brave enough to take the plunge, yet it always seems to suck me back into it’s time-wasting vortex. EVERY. SINGLE. TIME. I have started to ask myself why this is. With the invention of smart phones and these […]

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From Brokenness to Restoration

being confident of this very thing, that He who has begun a good work in you will complete it until the day of Jesus Christ (Philippians 1:6 NKJV). The work God has done in my heart can definitely be described as one big (de)construction project- from tearing down walls that were erected from what I […]

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Casting Down Lies

A few months ago, my eyes were opened to the stark reality that I was struggling with an area of my past. I found myself getting easily offended and constantly upset from discussions with my husband to people that I didn’t even know on Facebook. I would make great assumptions and I began to believe […]

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Grace That Transforms

I have felt stirred to document what the Lord has been doing in my heart lately, but I have had trouble finding the right words. He’s drawing me to Himself in a way that I haven’t experienced in quite awhile. In areas in my life where I have seen a lot of barrenness, I am starting […]

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Trusting God

I have been sleep deprived for well over a month. Yes, I have been existing as a “Mombie.” Mombie= sleep-deprived super-mom who is exists on coffee and a whole lotta grace (my definition) My son, who turns two years old in October, has been waking up almost every single night for five, going on six, […]

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God Can Use Empty Cups: Part 2

Click to read: “God can use empty cups: Part 1” I found out very quickly last Saturday that you can indeed pour yourself out even when you don’t feel like you have much to give. God took full advantage of the fact that I was asked to sing “Wishing You Were Somehow Here Again” from Phantom […]

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God Can Use Empty Cups: Part 1

This summer marks eight years that I came back to the Lord after being a prodigal daughter for many years, believing in God, but living as if He didn’t exist. In the course of those eight years, I have grown so much in my spiritual walk that it’s sometimes hard to remember myself before that […]

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The Blood Speaks

As we approach Good Friday and Resurrection Sunday, I wanted to focus on something God revealed to me about the Blood of Jesus out of the book of Hebrews, one of my favorite books of the Bible. “But you have come to Mount Zion and to the city of the living God, the heavenly Jerusalem, […]

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