Retraining Post Covid Kids (and Adults)

I was making a bee-line for the end of the aisle in Walmart when I heard my name. I stopped to refocus on the face looking down at me. “Sorry,” I apologized, nodding to the kids behind my cart, “we’re almost finished and I am just focused on the goal.” Our Minnesota governor just recently […]

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The Biggest Take-Away: Awakening Pure Worship

I have been reading Jeff Deyo’s book, Awakening Pure Worship, and just turned the last page… it is a sort of end of one chapter in my life and the beginning of something new. Done with one thing, and holding out waiting hands to see what God wants to do next. Worship. Jeff Deyo was […]

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Choosing Music for Corporate Worship

If there is any part of our worship service that holds the power to bring people together or tear them apart, it’s music. Sometimes it seems like people care less about the type of message they hear than the genre of the songs that are sung. It shouldn’t be that way, by the way. There […]

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You Are Ezer; Praying God’s Will, Ephesians 5:15-33

Does God ever have you camp out in a particular area of the Bible for a long time? That’s me with Ephesians. There are so many good things to learn, and every time I go through it God unpacks a little more. In chapter 5, verses 15-21, Paul admonishes the Ephesians to live under the […]

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Living in Faith and Dangerous Prayers

What does it mean to ask the Holy Spirit to lead you where your trust is without borders? Have you listened to the song Oceans (Where Feet May Fail) by Hillsong? In an evening worship gathering, in a small group, we sang this song. It always moves me, but this one time was different… Spirit […]

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