Monthly Archives: January 2014

Asking…for What?

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This weekend at our church we’re concluding a month looking at The Lord’s Prayer. Jesus offers us “prayer template” so we can begin to approach the Father the way he did. The Lord’s Prayer can seem to start out a bit slow. There’s the part about how we should address God (our “Daddy”, as Abba […]

Wanting Differently

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Author: Ron Vanderwell I ask for a lot of things when I pray. In fact, sometimes it can seem like that’s all I do when I pray: ask for help with things, or maybe grunt in despair when I start to feel weary or discouraged. I find that that sort of prayer can feel pretty […]

What’s your tone of voice when you pray?

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Author:  Ron Vanderwell You can tell a lot from someone’s tone of voice. Most people naturally switch from one tone of voice to another depending on the conversation. Imagine this: picture yourself approaching someone and saying the words “I need to ask a favor of you…”. Perhaps you’re ordering at a fast-food drive-thru and you […]