worship

I bounced up to the podium in the conference room at last week’s Toastmasters meeting. “Get lost!” I announced. “I hope you get lost.” I launched into a story about getting lost in a corn maze at a pumpkin patch in October. I delivered the speech, leaning into lyric poetry, sure I was on a roll. “The […]

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Shout for joy to the Lord, all the earth. Worship the Lord with gladness; come before him with joyful songs (Psalm 100:1,2). Ever have an Alexander-terrible-horrible-no-good-very-bad-day and wonder how to “flip” your day or week mid-chaos? Last week I did. Here’s how I refused the enemy’s stomp-around. I was weak with an infection for two weeks. I set up a […]

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Susan Ward, of Littleton Colorado, won third place in The 45th with this picture she took in San Diego. Susan says the Scriptures  best speak of the golden sunrise which proclaims God’s glories.   Susan writes, “All the words I can think of to add to draw a parallel are insignificant to His:” “And as far […]

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“What’s a worship ebb?” I scratched my head and asked. I opened an email that said The Warrior Class, a group of prayer warriors for Graham Cooke’s ministry with whom I have the privilege of serving, is taking a worship ebb. The idea is that in the ebb and flow of battle, you can’t always […]

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Radiant Church Women’s Retreat  May 18-19, 2013 Macleay Retreat Center, Salem, Oregon Refreshing Words  Interactive Writing Workshop She who refreshes others will herself be refreshed. (Prov. 11:25)  Do you like to use words to have fun, inspire, paint a picture, or uplift others on their journey with Jesus?  Karla Farr and I will lead this […]

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      To console those who mourn in Zion,       To give them beauty for ashes,       The oil of joy for mourning,       The garment of praise for the spirit of heaviness” (Isaiah 61:3) When my father-in-law Howard passed away a few days ago, an oppression weighed on me for several days. I was easily moved to tears. […]

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