In my spiritual journey as a child of God, I see there are two particular perceptions against the biblical principle of holiness should be considered as the unhealthy, even dangerous
One of the delightful roles in my life these days is Pre-K Sunday School Teacher. Every Sunday I have the privilege of teaching a gaggle of full-of-life kiddos between the ages
Belle Haven Marina, The Potomac River Alexandria, Virginia April 8, 2019 The first paddle of the season. No hurry. Time alone with Jesus. Breathing in His grace. Breathing out distractions.
For the last several months, the SLD Department has posted blogs on the topic of fasting. We’ve heard from various people around the territory (officers and soldiers and a cadet).
Recently, I had the opportunity to participate in an absolute fast. This is the kind of fast in which you don’t eat anything and just drink water for a given
I don’t fast. I know I am missing out on what many consider a vital part of their relationship with the Lord and a critical component of their prayer life.
Today fasting in Christianity is seen as a process to pursue personal spirituality. But is that the whole picture? The biblical way to God is not just about God Himself
“Some have exalted religious fasting beyond all Scripture and reason; and others have utterly ignored it.”[i] John Wesley hits the head on the nail, pointing out the imbalance in which
I was offered the opportunity to join a 21-day fast from YouVersion, Bible app. This plan was sold to me as setting apart these three weeks to seek God on
In my study of fasting I came across this thought-provoking article by Catherine Marshall (journalist and author – 1914-1983) concerning a form of fasting that we all should consider. I
What if God called you to practice an uncommon and uncomfortable abandon to the world’s illusions, and instead embrace the Kingdom’s realities by journeying through a 40- day fasting experience? “40
In the autumn of 2006, I was invited to a fasting retreat at Camp Ladore. Fasting always intrigued me, and I had researched it a bit, but I never tried