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Prayers for passers-by

UPDATED: Pictures from #Prayers2Pass at The Daily Chronicle Building on the Ashes to Go model, St. Paul’s Episcopal Church in DeKalb, IL goes out of

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I have called you by name

AM Psalm 148, 149, 150; PM Psalm 114, 115 Isa. 43:14-44:5 Heb. 6:17-7:10 Kirkepiscatoid. Dr. Evans recently returned from a mission trip from the Diocese

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Election Day

Almighty God, to whom we must account for all our powers and privileges: Guide the people of the United States in the election of officials

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Praying with snakes

by Maria L. Evans In my mind, Mack’s situation was different from that of a starving child or a civilian wounded in war. He was

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Intercessory Prayer and
the Butterfly Effect

The idea that every single thing going on around me, matters, was a new concept. I’ve always felt so much of what I did in my life didn’t matter much at all. Who cares what I ate for breakfast? What does it matter to you if I get five hours of sleep or seven?

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Love is Listening::Listening is Love

Just as the storm passed over us, in the final downpour with the wind still raging, he’d driven out to the beach. At first he just sat in the car, staring as the raindrops pounding on his windshield blurred the huge waves crashing against the beach. He wondered why he was doing this, or even whether he really would. Then he got out of the car, walked down close enough that he could feel waves shaking the land and he started to pace back and forth, shouting the psalm.

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Praying them home

All of us have times in our lives where despite our best efforts, our good intentions, and our fears for those we love, they will make their choices and we are left with no other tasks but to let them go, and “pray them home.”

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