Tag: Prayer

Never a Disappointment

Gayle blogs on how we feel six months on. We were warned when we discovered Zachary’s condition that people would put their foot in it sometimes. People don’t know what to say, they don’t say anything at all, they say

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Beginning to Pray

In the midst of an interesting post by Father Steven on prayer is this fascinating little snippet that is worth pondering. A second simple act is of equal importance: meaning what you say. There is no necessary superiority to praying

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The Problem with Reparative Therapy

Now there’s a controversial title to a post if I ever saw one. I don’t expect what I write to be popular with everybody who reads this blog, but a number of pieces by others over the past few weeks

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Sure Sign of the Nail

Fresh from the States (and via my friend Aaron) is last night’s portrayal of parts of the Mormon Endowment ceremony from HBO’s “Big Love“. Watch for the True Order of Prayer around the altar, the Sure Sign of the Nail

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A subtle shift?

Randy Thomas, VP at Exodus and blogger about all kinds of things has written an interesting post in response to a comment on his site. Here is a link to John Piper’s website.  It’s only to his larger website because

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This is how to do an Inaugaration Prayer

Absolutely blinding job by Rick Warren.

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