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Feb 11, 2014

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We are explorers on the wild rivers of prayer.
  (at Cypress Gardens, South Carolina)
Nov 5, 2013

We are explorers on the wild rivers of prayer.
(at Cypress Gardens, South Carolina)

How do you connect with or love on God? 

It doesn’t have to look one way. 

Today I pray we would be released to LOVE creatively, as differently as you designed each of us. 

(Quote from Gerard Kelly) (at Myrtle Beach)
Nov 5, 2013 / 2 notes

How do you connect with or love on God?

It doesn’t have to look one way.

Today I pray we would be released to LOVE creatively, as differently as you designed each of us.

(Quote from Gerard Kelly) (at Myrtle Beach)

He’s closer than a brother. He is more faithful than a best friend. He is stronger than any tower. He’s more trustworthy than a parent. He is more caring than a spouse. 

He’s our beginning and our end.  And He promises to always be with us. 

Today I pray you would feel his friendship, his care and his presence. Even in the darkest valley, He does not leave, forget, or reject.
Nov 1, 2013

He’s closer than a brother. He is more faithful than a best friend. He is stronger than any tower. He’s more trustworthy than a parent. He is more caring than a spouse.

He’s our beginning and our end. And He promises to always be with us.

Today I pray you would feel his friendship, his care and his presence. Even in the darkest valley, He does not leave, forget, or reject.

He’s closer than a brother. He is more faithful than a best friend. He is stronger than any tower. He’s more trustworthy than a parent. He is more caring than a spouse. 

He’s our beginning and our end.  And He promises to always be with us. 

Today I pray you would feel his grind shop, his care and his presence. Even in the darkest valley, He does not leave, forget, or reject.
Nov 1, 2013

He’s closer than a brother. He is more faithful than a best friend. He is stronger than any tower. He’s more trustworthy than a parent. He is more caring than a spouse.

He’s our beginning and our end. And He promises to always be with us.

Today I pray you would feel his grind shop, his care and his presence. Even in the darkest valley, He does not leave, forget, or reject.

I talked to a good friend today who is ready to give up on God. “I’m not even sure anymore if He exists,” she told me. 

When I was praying for her later, I felt God’s love and compassion, his deep longing to be close to this friend of mine, no matter how she feels about him at the moment.

We can’t always understand why things happen, but we can be assured that He will NEVER give up on us. 


God got you started in this spiritual adventure; He will never give up on you. (1 Corinthians 1 MES)

 (at Duke Gardens)
Oct 31, 2013 / 1 note

I talked to a good friend today who is ready to give up on God. “I’m not even sure anymore if He exists,” she told me.

When I was praying for her later, I felt God’s love and compassion, his deep longing to be close to this friend of mine, no matter how she feels about him at the moment.

We can’t always understand why things happen, but we can be assured that He will NEVER give up on us.


God got you started in this spiritual adventure; He will never give up on you. (1 Corinthians 1 MES)

(at Duke Gardens)

It’s funny; in this time of my life I have less money, fewer possessions, and very little clarity on my “life goals,” but I have never been more thankful, whole, and content in God. 

I took this photo last night at a North Carolina beach. God was talking to me from 1 Corinthians 1. It says: “Just think—you don’t need a thing, you’ve got it all! All God’s gifts are right in front of you as you wait expectantly for our Master Jesus to arrive on the scene for the Finale.”

We have EVERYTHING we need in Him. So often we are robbed of our joy through comparison or simply not remembering all God has provided. Today I pray contentment for you; I pray you find rest in what He has done for us and all of the gifts he has lavished upon us. Amen.  (at Fort Fisher Beach)
Oct 31, 2013

It’s funny; in this time of my life I have less money, fewer possessions, and very little clarity on my “life goals,” but I have never been more thankful, whole, and content in God.

I took this photo last night at a North Carolina beach. God was talking to me from 1 Corinthians 1. It says: “Just think—you don’t need a thing, you’ve got it all! All God’s gifts are right in front of you as you wait expectantly for our Master Jesus to arrive on the scene for the Finale.”

We have EVERYTHING we need in Him. So often we are robbed of our joy through comparison or simply not remembering all God has provided. Today I pray contentment for you; I pray you find rest in what He has done for us and all of the gifts he has lavished upon us. Amen. (at Fort Fisher Beach)

Slow down, take a minute, and enjoy God. He’s a very present help in this very moment.  (at City of Durham)
Oct 29, 2013 / 3 notes

Slow down, take a minute, and enjoy God. He’s a very present help in this very moment. (at City of Durham)

“Come to me, all you who are weary and burdened, and I will give you rest…. For my yoke is easy and my burden is light.” (Matthew 11:28, 30 NIV)

Been mediating on this one for a week! So thankful for God, who desires relationship instead of the rules and legalism of religion. The cry of my heart today is, “Jesus, teach us how to live, not by our own cultures and standards but in step your life-giving rhythms of grace and true rest. Let us truly KNOW You” Amen.  (at Raleigh, NC)
Oct 28, 2013

“Come to me, all you who are weary and burdened, and I will give you rest…. For my yoke is easy and my burden is light.” (Matthew 11:28, 30 NIV)

Been mediating on this one for a week! So thankful for God, who desires relationship instead of the rules and legalism of religion. The cry of my heart today is, “Jesus, teach us how to live, not by our own cultures and standards but in step your life-giving rhythms of grace and true rest. Let us truly KNOW You” Amen. (at Raleigh, NC)

What city are you praying for? Write its name in the comments below.  (at Raleigh, NC)
Oct 26, 2013 / 1 note

What city are you praying for? Write its name in the comments below. (at Raleigh, NC)