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It's Not A Routine

“O God, early in the morning I cry to you. Help me to pray And to concentrate my thoughts on you: I cannot do this alone.” 1,633 more words


Child of Peter

Just days after the Easter Vigil experience, a new prayer slipped into my heart:  May THY grief be mine. Not my words. Not my prayer, for it is the prayer of a Victim Soul. 391 more words


Praying in the Harvest

We’ve got some great news to share with you this month, and an invitation! Please join us in prayer every day through May 15th as we ask God to move in power at SMU and draw people into a relationship with Him. 24 more words


My Colorful Greek Garbanzo Bean Salad

I love to make up my own recipes. I was in the mood for a Greek salad with “substance.” That called for my famous Greek garbanzo bean concoction: a colorful celebration of nature’s most delicious flavors beautifully combined in a visual pallet that is sure to please the other pallet.   318 more words

Unity Consciousness

Come as you are, He will meet you there

We’ve heard it said so many times. But it wasn’t until recently, that I truly understood the phrase, “Come as you are.”

From my little understanding, I thought it meant just that I didn’t have to change before God would accept me. 422 more words


Passages for Prayer

Praying with the Bible can make both Scripture reading and times of prayer more fruitful. Inspired by our upcoming Sunday Mass readings, below is a schedule of suggested passages you can use in your daily prayer. 68 more words


prayer 4.13.15

without Mercy Everlasting, i feel we may truly be hopeless. witnessing my own vacillation, perturbed by small things, perhaps some disfavor, careless statement, gesture read the wrong way. 324 more words