Looking Back: Pray For All People

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If I had to rate all of the series that I wrote this year, it would be a close call, but I think Pray for All People is my favorite. It was so incredible to join together with people all around the globe in prayer every day for 30+ days.

So many of us have been tucked away in our homes for months, isolated away from community of all shapes and sizes. So this communal moment of intercession and faith was incredibly powerful… at least for me.

I’m just overwhelmed with gratitude for this particular platform and opportunity that we have to connect and encourage one another in this digital space. And the fact that technology can be used to honor God and love others is truly amazing!

How have you found opportunities for community during this isolating time?

How have you seen God glorified through the use of technology this year?

To go Deeper: Read Technology: Thermostat or Thermometer?,
The Community Component of the Unbinding Process

Work in Progress

I’ve been thinking and praying a lot over the past couple of months. I’ve been praying about the tragedies that we’re seeing every day, the immense loss of life, and the pain that I see everywhere I look. I’ve been asking God why my nation looks the way that it does. How did we get here?

And the thing that I keep coming back to is that many people of God don’t know God’s word and don’t do what it says. That I don’t know God’s word. I don’t do what it says. That’s a really tough pill to swallow.

I have been humbled and blown away by God’s word lately and sorrowed by my flippant attitude toward it in the past. There are so many verses about God’s word being our light, our lamp, our bread—yet I haven’t treated his words with that reverence or dependence. And I’ve only…

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