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Wednesday, March 26 2014

James P. Moore, Jr. provides a stirring chronicle of the spiritual life of our nation and its rich history of prayer in his book, “One Nation Under God”. In an engaging read, he takes us from the devoutly religious Christopher Columbus to George Washington to Abraham Lincoln, all the way through the 2004 presidential election. He documents why Benjamin Franklin moved to open each session of the Continental Congress in prayer and how General Patton called on his chief Third Army chaplain, Brigadier General James O’Neill for a special prayer to implore God for good weather and final victory during World War II. Mr. Moore shows that without prayer, the political, cultural, social, and even economic and military history of the United States would be vastly different from what it is today.

As a warm up for the National Day of Prayer, May 1st, I encourage you to be a prayer warrior for this one nation under God every day leading up to NDP and every day following. Here is an example on

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Wednesday, March 19 2014

Pray early and often for your children, individually by name. I guarantee the reason I am here sharing these insights with you is that my mother prayed for me every day from when I was in her arms to when she went into the Lord’s arms September 6, 2010. If you know my story, you are familiar with the power of prayer in my life. If you don’t, I welcome the opportunity to meet you for a cup of coffee or speak to your group sometime.

For now, hear Paul, “Do not be anxious about anything, but in everything, by prayer and petition, with thanksgiving, present your requests to God.” (Philippians 4:6)

Prayer guide:
Praise and thanks be to You Lord for my child …
Lord, I ask that You protect and guide my child … read on

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Wednesday, March 12 2014

"Dear friends, I urge you, as aliens and strangers in the world to abstain from sinful desires, which war against your soul. Live such good lives among the pagans that though they accuse you of doing wrong, they may see your good deeds and glorify God on the day He visits us." (1Peter 2:11-12)

It is normal to get caught up in a heated discussion or meeting, maybe even lose your temper and say something you regret. The challenge is to be different by keeping your cool and appraising the whole situation before making a comment. Through a level-headed approach a practical solution will become clear and in obedience you will honor the Father.

It is the new normal to be sexually promiscuous in these times of seemingly constant titillation through popular clothing fashions and all forms of media. The standard is on

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Wednesday, March 05 2014

What’s a cyber? If that is your first question, I hear you! And that is at the core of the issue – kids today are typically well ahead of us dads and moms in the use of technology. To the extent that when we attempt to control their use of technology or exposure to social media, we are met with pushback, frustration and even anger.

As parents, it is critical to establish a personal comfort factor with the technology kids are exposed to today. read on ...

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