“We wake up one morning, restless about where we are in life, dissatisfied with ourselves. . .” Author Phil Needham in his book, When God Becomes Small, captures the reader’s
Would you like an idea for all the old Salvation Army Songbooks now cluttering up your shelves? Try Songbook Journaling. This takes regular, everyday journaling to a whole new level.
Over the course of my four years at Olivet Nazarene University, Brennan Manning visited twice and had a profound spiritual impact on me. He taught us the practice of “Breath
The idea of fasting as a Spiritual Discipline intimidated me. First of all, I didn’t know what spiritual fasting really meant and I didn’t know what I was expecting from
When we hear the word “habit” our minds suddenly turn to the negative (smoking, overeating, nail biting, etc.), but there are certainly positive habits that, if we are diligent, can
January 1st is a time when I, like a multitude of other people, set goals or make resolutions for the year. I have done this for more years than I
The Spiritual Disciplines can seem intimidating. If I’ve never fasted before, should I jump straight to the 40 days wilderness thing like Jesus? Do I need to go out to
Major JoAnn Streeter Shade has done it again; she has produced a book that makes you think…dig deeper…and reflect. JoAnn masterfully taken beautiful stained-glass photos, and written prayer from a
There’s a lot going on in the world today. It’s always been that way, but my eyes are opened more to it now than they have been before. As a
Okay. I’m not holding anything back. Here’s the deal. All advice is not worth taking. Seriously. Trust me on this one. Don’t do it! What spurred this proclamation? The
Sunday fell the day after Halloween. Our Corps Officers were out of town for the week, and had arranged for a very competent officer couple to fill in and preach.
What’s included in the “Find Yourself in the Story” Resource Pack: Playbill – Print these for use in your congregation. The cover page is the only page with color, but