Tag: prayer

Mother Teresa – Anyway Poem

Mother Teresa is one of my favorite leaders. She was a remarkable woman in many ways. Her way of quiet, strong, persevering leadership for the sake of the least resourced people in India (and around the world) reminds me of Jesus’ manifesto in Luke 4:18-19. Here is a prayer of Mother Teresa. I think it […]

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A Final Word on Disruptive Prayer

July has come and gone. The month started out hot and dry. It ended being the rainiest month on record for our area! As I look out my patio door, everything is now lush and green and the sun is shining (a bit). The grass glistens with moisture. Fresh, vibrant, alive. That is what prayer […]

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The Mystery of Prayer

It’s Above My Pay Grade, and Probably Yours As Well There are a number of core beliefs I have about prayer that, originally, I was planning to share during this Sunday’s message. By the time I was done a first draft for the message, I realized it was way too long in content. So I […]

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The Serenity Prayer

The Serenity Prayer, written by Reinhold Niebuhr, is one of the most well-known and loved prayers. Most people are only familiar with the first four lines of the prayer, but the rest of the prayer is equally important. In fact, the rest of the prayer may be the way you find serenity, courage, and wisdom. […]

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