Wilderness Guide

Wilderness Guide

In prayer and fasting, we can all follow the example of Jesus through listening to God, following God’s guidance, and a lifestyle of wholehearted devotion.

Truth from the Lord’s Prayer

Truth from the Lord’s Prayer

When we’re going through a difficult season is recalling truths that we have already learned. One activity that is helpful to us, in our season of restoration and rebuilding, is to write down truth and reflect on it.

Restoration and Rebuilding

Restoration and Rebuilding

We can all start this new year receiving God’s gracious restoration from the past and rebuilding resilience for the future, by creating margin in our schedules over the next three weeks (of prayer and fasting) for focused uninterrupted time with God.

Following Joseph

Following Joseph

We can follow Mary and Joseph on their thoughtful journey to wonder and devotion.

Following Mary

Following Mary

We can follow Mary and Joseph on their thoughtful journey to wonder and devotion.

Story of Miracles

Story of Miracles

We know that: God never changes The names of God describe who He is bringing faith and hope The Bible shows that God regularly interacts with people and does miracles to show people who He is. The Holy Spirit has given us hope and faith for miracles! We’ve experienced...

Trust and Obey

Trust and Obey

Pastor Rebecca Malmin brings a helpful and encouraging message.

4 Requests

4 Requests

Everyone can become more focused in prayer by making 4 requests.

The Prayer of 4K Faith

The Prayer of 4K Faith

God-focused-faith prompts prayer for others.
…even when we have not yet seen our own God-promise fulfilled.

Love Talks about Jesus

Love Talks about Jesus

Part Nine – “We will speak the truth in love.” – Ephesians 4:14-15

Love Tells Stories

Love Tells Stories

Part Eight – We will speak the truth in love. Ephesians 4:14-15

Love Restores

Love Restores

Part Seven – We will speak the truth in love. Ephesians 4:14-15

Love Reconciles

Love Reconciles

“With humility and gentleness, be patient with each other in love, in the sense of enduring possible difficulty (not harshness or irritation).” – Ephesians 4:2

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