Monthly Archives: August 2013

The Body of Christ Expresses God’s Love to Us

In our facing a new crisis this week in Elaine’s declining health, I sent out multiple petitions for prayer today. Many people responded with heartfelt concern and support. I so needed the Body of Christ to turn to on our … Continue reading

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Doing Battle Through Prayer

In visiting Elaine tonight, we participated in a call to prayer on my sister’s behalf. My wife Connie and I stood in agreement for Elaine to be freed from pain; not just the physical kind. Now that nearly three years … Continue reading

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Allowing God to Dynamite Walls of Hindrances

Last week I sensed the need for counsel and prayer as continuing hindrances blocked my path. I, under my wife’s suggestion along with her accompanying me, sought prayer and counsel with our church pastor and elder. I painfully shared with … Continue reading

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Sometimes All You Can Do Is Cry

Since Elaine’s accident, I can easily ‘tear up’ on many occasions. In seeing Elaine’s great pain, I can quickly identify with the suffering and grief of others. Today I called a friend, my previous work associate, who had lost her … Continue reading

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