A Young Woman’s Prayers

Do you pray for the lost? Isn’t it amazing that God, in his sovereignty, chooses to work through our prayers to accomplish his purposes?
As children of God, we can enter his presence 24/7 on behalf of those who need  him and we can share our hearts as honestly and genuinely as a child speaks to a  loving, [...]

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Keep Singing

The prophet Habakkuk wrote his three-chapter book in a time of national calamity. Everything that wasn’t nailed down was coming loose, and the devil was pulling nails. We live in just such a day — anarchy in the nations, apostasy in the churches, apathy in the streets. Habakkuk wanted to inspire God’s people not to [...]

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Nothing New Under the Sun

The writer of Ecclesiastes said it well: “What has been is what will be, and what has been done is what will be done, and there is nothing new under the sun.” I guess we could rephrase that to say, “Same old, same old.” Wouldn’t you agree? 
In our earthly journey, life has its patterns and [...]

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Missionaries Need Chocolate

 
All right, so they don’t really need chocolate. Nevertheless, a bag of M&M’s can bring tears of joy to a chocoholic missionary’s face. 
My friend Marilyn lived with me for nine months while she raised her prayer and financial support needs to serve as a career missionary with TWR. One of her favorite snacks was the [...]

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When I Pray

Women in Asia are confronted with challenges daily, sometimes amid horrible circumstances. 
TWR’s ministry to women, Project Hannah, mobilizes individuals, churches and women’s groups in 120 countries to participate in its Global Prayer Movement. Using a monthly prayer calendar distributed in 70 languages, prayer partners intercede daily for the plight of women and for Women of [...]

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