October 24

Turn Around

I was running just a little late for church when I saw Nancy from the Caribou coffee shop walking along Main Street. I suspected she was walking to work, although she was several blocks from her destination. I've had a few spiritual conversations with Nancy, but she's not too impressed with "the Church." Thinks we're a bunch of hypocrites.…
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Behind Closed Doors

Elisha was a man of unusual “God moments.” I’m still pondering the floating axhead story—and have absolutely nothing to write about that!

But I am especially struck by the details of two miracles involving Elisha: the widow with the replenishing oil and the Shunammite woman’s son who was raised from the dead. Both of these stories from 2 Kings 4 have a common thread…

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The Next Spiritual Awakening

If you don’t believe we are in need of a spiritual awakening in our nation, you are not obsessed the news networks like I am! Seriously, you cannot live in this nation without some awareness that a movement of God is desperately needed.

Historically, this nation has experienced some powerful spiritual awakenings that have dramatically changed the spiritual climate of…

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Praying by J. I. Packer

Praying, by J. I. Packer and Carolyn Nystrom  Published by InterVarsity Press Reviewed by Carol Madison   This book acknowledges that “most Christians pray differently during different life stages.” With an emphasis on the ongoing need to pray in humility, with repentant hearts, and in view of the holiness of God, the authors describe well the different expressions of prayer. The insight gained through each chapter is clarifying as one seeks to explore different means of approaching God.  …

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  • Hi, Carol:

    I gladly give you permission to use that blog entry in Pray Connection. I had not heard of the magazine. I looked it up and am impressed.

    My e-mail address is bdavidyoung@gmail.com

    If you want or need more information, let me know.


  • Hi Carol, So good to see your invitation and to call you friend. May God continue to bless your writing for His glory.
  • Glad to hear you're doing well. Am doing freelance editing and prayer ministry as well so sounds like we're living parallel lives in some ways. Blessings to you and all you've set your hand to!
  • Hi Carol! Hope all is well on your end! Would love to connect and catch up. Joy and blessings to you!
  • I found you! t.
  • You sound great! Glad to hear it. Hope we see each other face to face one of these days again.
  • Fun to find you here, Carol! How's it going?
  • Dear Carol, Can we manage another social networking wonder? I'm not sure, but here I am! It tells me to welcome you. Be welcomed! :-)
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