It All Comes Down to Love

Dear children, let us not love with words or speech but with actions and in truth. -1 John 3:18 As Jesus sat at the home of a well-known religious leader, a sobbing prostitute came in and began to anoint his feet with a soothing ointment. She used her hair to clean his unwashed feet, as […]

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Leading Your Kids into Prayer

A Note to Parents on Our Prayer Adventure Booklet There has been a slow and steady undercurrent within our church, building and rising to the surface of our lives. It ebbs and flows through our ministries, carrying our hearts, our minds, and our strength with it. We are refreshed and renewed by it. Our thirst […]

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The Risks of Not Praying: A Tremblay Family Story

By Andrew Tremblay Last year, when our youngest daughter broke her leg and we were accused of child abuse, it unleashed a storm of all sorts of wrongs. Our two babies, both still foster children at the time, were moved from us in what felt like one devastating, foggy, unjust moment. Then there was investigator […]

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Prayer is a Partnership

Prayer, its where our hearts first enter God’s stories of glory. We pray because we want to align ourselves with the stories God will tell with cooperative hearts. Prayer is about partnership, its about covering, its about listening and responding. This past year God has begun to teach me the difference between shrugging my shoulders […]

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More Than We Could Ask or Imagine?

Now to him who is able to do immeasurably more than all we ask or imagine, according to his power that is at work within us… (Ephesians 3:20) What a line. Immeasurably more than all I can ask or imagine? Really? If that is true, I need to reach higher, imagine deeper, ask for more […]

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