Praying with our friends is powerful. I think it bonds us together on a deeper level and I love that it provides accountability. Sometimes a friend will ask about something we prayed for together- and only then do I realize that God, indeed, answered that prayer. This week's featured post for the Grace and Truth link-up is called, How to Pray WITH Your Friend, Not Just for Your Friend, by Lisa, who writes at Lisa Notes. In it, Lisa provides some great tips on how to pray with our friends. I hope you'll go say hello and be encouraged by her words as I was.
Thank you for sharing your post with us last week at Grace and Truth, Lisa.
This week's featured post for the Grace and Truth link-up is titled, The Power of the Fourth Man, written by Tiffiney of Welcome Home Ministry. This is such a beautiful testimony of the power of God to transform families. I was encouraged by Tiffiney's story and I hope you will be too. Please, go say hello!
Thank you for sharing your post with us last week at Grace and Truth, Tiffiney.
Passing on the Hope of Easter to Our Children is the title of this week's featured post for the Grace and Truth link-up. It's written by Crystal Twaddell and in it, you'll find some creative and sweet ideas on how to celebrate Easter with children in a way that emphasizes the hope that Easter is all about. I hope you'll pop over, say hello, and enjoy Crystal's post!
Thank you for sharing your post with us last week at Grace and Truth, Crystal.
“Telephone” is childhood game that you’re probably familiar with. I remember sitting in a circle with other kids as we each took turns listening to a neighbor on one side of us whisper some silly message into our ear, then we passed along that information by whispering into the other neighbor’s ear. Around the circle went the message until it got back to the original person who started it. The bigger the circle, the more potential there was for the message to morph into something very different from what it was when it started. Sometimes, a kid would intentionally change the message, just to be silly. The game vividly illustrated how easily stories change over time as they’re passed along, particularly in verbal exchanges.
My newest printable journal, 31 Days: New Beginnings, is a packed full of beautiful quote graphics and scriptures that celebrate new beginnings. The arrival of spring and the celebration of Easter is a good time to ponder the gift of new life that Christians have been given, through grace, because of Jesus.
This week's featured post for the Grace and Truth link-up is part of the Testimony Tour and it's called, How I Found Freedom in Complete Surrender, by Alisa Nicaud at Flourishing Today. This is a beautiful testimony that I can definitely relate to. There's freedom in complete surrender to God. I hope you'll pop over and read Alisa's powerful testimony and be encouraged as I was.
Two women walking in the neighborhood who seemed so very different from each other.
I would walk in short, a t-shirt, and tennis shoes. Some of the days were extremely warm with temperatures soaring into the 90’s. The other woman, my neighbor, had much darker skin and was covered from head to toe. She even wore an hijab (scarf covering her head and neck) even on the hottest days.
This week's featured post for the Grace and Truth Link-Up is both practical and encouraging. It's called, The Power of Prayer in Your Finances, by Rosemarie, who writes at Faith Filled Debt Journey. God cares about all the little details of our lives, even our finances. I hope you'll pop over and say hello to Rosemarie and be blessed by her words as I was.