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Gina Duke’s Interview with Dr. Sue Edwards of Dallas Theological Seminary about Prayer

It is an honor to have Dr. Sue Edwards from the Dallas Theological Seminary and her students join me for a Q&A on the value of keeping a prayer log. Dr. Edwards is the Associate Professor of Educational Ministries and Leadership. She is currently teaching a study on the book of Ephesians, and has asked her students to consider keeping a prayer log… something I…

5 Considerations for Reconciliation

Surprisingly, my #1 blog post happens to be about reconciling friends. It is also the #1 Google search driving traffic to my blog, which means that there are a lot of people who have broken relationships. Blessed are the peacemakers, for they will be called children of God. Matthew 5:9 In Jesus’ Manifesto, the Beatitudes from Matthew chapter 5, it says that Jesus looked out…

Idea Starter – The God Box Gift: A New Spin on the God Box

Are you a women’s ministry leader who is looking for unique ways to engage your women in ministry? What about involving them in a project that has a new twist on the God Box? Consider ministering to those whom are in a season of illness, uncertainty or depression with a God Box Gift. Each member of your ministry group may purchase or make contents that…

Jesus’ Manifesto – Stop Praying that God has Mercy?

God recently drew my attention to a vain repetition I had been using in prayers lately. Matthew 6:7 discourages us from making vain (meaningless) repetitions in prayer, but here I was, doing just that. Saying this one phrase over and over no matter what the circumstance had become a bad habit for me until God drew my attention to it. How did He speak to…

Jesus’ Manifesto – for those who Mourn

As God’s people we should be heartbroken over sin, especially when it negatively impacts the helpless. As such, we should rush to comfort such people. For Your Moment of Clarity: Consider the obligation of “going to a house of mourning”. I’ve realized the number of times that I just drop in at the funeral home, sign my name, stand a moment over the casket and…