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Where the Light Lands

“When I needed a book from the shelf behind me I looked up for the first time seeing a brilliant orange sunset, almost as if the sky was on fire. I quickly walked out my door where my eyes were drawn to the light of a double rainbow.” 

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A Prayer for Summer

“With every sunrise and sunset

may my body be a prayer

my life given in love

for the sake of my neighbor

for the sake of the world”

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A Prayer for Graduates

“This prayer is for you – if you find it, know it’s been offered in love
By the God who has claimed you before you were born and marked you as beloved.”

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Wait for the Lord

“We wait trusting that God waits with us in our longings, questions, doubts, and fears. We wait holding close to God’s truth that we are not alone. We wait offering our prayers for what is to come delighting in God’s provision right now.”

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Remember, We Love You

“So much is different right now and so much uncertainty exists, but underneath it all, the most important fact remains: we are all loved.”

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Familiar Journeys

“During this time I’m clinging to God’s word and immersing myself in God’s stories over and over again. I pray every day. I walk every day. I keep looking towards the rising sun.”

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Prayer of Gratitude

“It’s been awhile since I marveled at small, blue eggs, and watched a robin search for worms and return to three pecking beaks open wide for food. 
Thank you, God, for the gift of new life.”

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New Normal for Now

“We have a beautiful story to tell, a powerful one that is meant for the world. And this year so many people heard that good news from their homes on computers, radios, and TVs. I wish I could tell all the pastors I know that the work they do and are doing matters. Thanks seems too small a word, but it’s what we have.”

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