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Conversations,Eucharistic Living,Faith,Family,Farming,The Broken Way
July 19, 2017
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Prayer is about a deep and vital relationship with the God who made and loves us.
Woman. She is so treasured and essential that God couldn’t pull His pen through even one chapter of His epic tale without her flowing from His heart and onto the page.
Our safest place is at the table of grace—a place we’ve not earned but that Christ has earned for us.
What is our faith if it’s not about living so that people from many streams of life are carried by the current of His love — toward Him and Home.
The world weeps, needing to hear a lot more good news — and maybe that starts with each of us beggars who’ve found bread sharing more of the sustenance of Good News.
Our bravery wins a thousand battles we can’t see because our bravery strengthens a thousand others to win their battles too.
God invites our questions and pleadings rather than our despair and silence.
I’ve got no idea who went ahead and pulled out a Sharpie marker and circled a bunch of dates on the calendar, but there it is, dates with Sharpie ink…
Great people don’t do great things; God does great things through surrendered people.
You’ll never be a perfect parent, but you can be a praying parent.
On those blustery days, the kindness, prayers, and simple-but-profound ministry of the presence of dear friends will be the anchor to our unraveling, the rescue to our storm.
Yeah, they can go ahead about this time of year and have their 2 for 1 winter specials right to take a cruise to some island — But go witness…
Six times my mama lies in ER this past week, waiting news. Good doctors can have degrees and no answers. My sister gives up long days and advocates on knees…
Ssometimes you just need someone to storm heaven for you Sometimes you just need someone to hoarse whisper it for you — Father of the Tired & Broken-Hearted… oh, hear…
Let’s talk — I’d love for us to get to know each other…
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