Pestering God

By Barbara Rainey | August 9, 2021 | 4 Comments

Too often I’m in a hurry and end up using my driving time to talk to God.  Conversing with my Heavenly Father throughout the day, in or out of the car, is always good.  But my fast-paced life often leaves too little time to talk face to face.  It’s like my relationship with some of […]

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Isn’t Christianity Against Diversity?

By Rebecca McLaughlin | August 5, 2021 | 0 Comments

Note from Barbara: One of the best things about summer is the more relaxed schedule that allows for more of my favorite activity: reading great books!  And I love sharing titles with my friends, so this summer you will find lots of guest posts coming your way by authors of books I eagerly recommend reading […]

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How Does the Holy Spirit Help Me in My Everyday Life?

By Barbara Rainey | August 2, 2021 | 24 Comments

What should I make for dinner? I don’t know if I can solve another conflict between my kids. It’s so endless … How I wish I could stop their sibling rivalry for good! It’s so frustrating … Oh shoot … I forgot to throw the sheets in the dryer before I left to go to […]

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How Does the Holy Spirit Speak Personally to Me?

By Barbara Rainey | July 26, 2021 | 19 Comments

Keeping my two grandsons recently, ages 4 and 2 1/2, has reminded me of the perpetual dilemma I faced with my own children: Who started the fight and how can I possibly know the whole truth? You’ve been there too, haven’t you? Was it an accident that the younger one hit the older one? Is […]

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Forgiveness to Cover All Wounds

By Katie Butler, MD | July 22, 2021 | 4 Comments

Note from Barbara: Today’s post is from an author new to me but perhaps not to you as she writes regularly for The Gospel Coalition and desiringGod.org. I read her new book, Glimmers of Grace, in one weekend. Her stories of patients and those who wait and pray with them spoke to me on many […]

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