Monthly Archives: January 2017

When Everything Falls Apart

I wanted to share this encouraging song with you for those times when life hurts, when life is hard, and when life feels like it is falling apart. “When everything falls apart: your arms hold me together, your the only … Continue reading

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Pray As You Go

Prayer is an artistic way of connecting with God. There is no one right way that one has to pray. Prayer is God’s invitation to come as we fully and truly are and to share the wholeness and fullness of … Continue reading

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Using Spoken Word to Find God

Here is a powerful video from Osa, who uses spoken work to find God and speak for change. In his words, “Every time I rap, every time I spit a rhyme, every time I spit a verse, say a poem, that’s … Continue reading

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How Prayer Changes the World

  Not sure where to begin in praying for the world? Begin praying for different countries each week. Check out the Ecumenical Prayer Cycle to pray for all the nations that make up our collective humanity http://www.oikoumene.org/en/resources/prayer-cycle

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Prayer for Syria

Want to respond to what’s happening in Syria? Donate to the Aleppo Crisis Relief Fund Become a Refugee Responder  

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What Is Prayer?

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Why Pray?

Watch this video that stirs our hearts to the beautiful invitation we have been given to share the fullness of our hearts and lives with God.

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Alex’s Lemonade Stand

Here is a video sharing about Alex’s Lemonade Stand. This organization was picked by Sarah for us to take up offerings for this month at youth group. All money given will help families of children who have cancer.

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Black Violin – Stereotypes

Check out these amazing violin players and how they challenge our culture’s view of stereotypes.   Read this prayer from the National Council of Churches: Creator of All People Almighty God, source of our life, we acknowledge you as Creator … Continue reading

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