Tag: prayer

Prayer Can Be Confusing

This afternoon Redemption will celebrate the life of William Kinley. In the past twelve months Redemption has grieved and celebrated the lifes of four of our family members, all to the terrible “C” word. Georgia Roach, Stacey Cobb, Mike Edwards, and now William, all… Continue Reading “Prayer Can Be Confusing”

Bitterness Builds A Wall

This is my third draft of this post. I have written it general, and vague, but that is not what this blog is about. It is suppose to be about being real and being more transparent. So, here goes. Last Sunday as I was… Continue Reading “Bitterness Builds A Wall”

Are You Tied To Anything?

James 4:7 & 8 “humble yourselves before God. Resist the devil and he will flee from you. Come close to God , and God will come close to you. In chapter four, James is talking about we can not be friends with the world,… Continue Reading “Are You Tied To Anything?”

Do Our Prayers Matter?

Last night after work, I joined a group of about 30 people from our church who went to pray for one of our members. William Kinley was diagnoised with cancer about six months ago. If anyone has the faith to believe God can heal… Continue Reading “Do Our Prayers Matter?”