Go Tell It: 25 Days of Sharing Jesus with Your World

Day 5 of the Go Tell It: 25 Days of Sharing Jesus with Your World series.

May the Lord magnify His name through your life this Christmas season and always...

Go Tell It: 25 Days of Sharing Jesus with Your World

Day 4 of the Go Tell It: 25 Days of Sharing Jesus with Your World series.

May the Lord magnify His name through your life this Christmas season and always...

Go Tell It: 25 Days of Sharing Jesus with Your World

Day 3 of the Go Tell It: 25 Days of Sharing Jesus with Your World series.

May the Lord magnify His name through your life this Christmas season and always...

Go Tell it: 25 Days of Sharing Jesus with Your World

Day 2 of the Go Tell It: 25 Days of Sharing Jesus with Your World series.

May the Lord magnify His name through your life this Christmas season and always...

Go Tell It: 25 Ways to Share Jesus with Your World

This is the first day in our Go Tell It: 25 Days of Sharing Jesus with Your World series!

I hope you enjoy it as much as I enjoyed preparing to share it with you! May the Lord magnify His name through you and your precious life, dear sister (or brother)!


Praying Scripture


When we pray Scripture over a person or circumstance we are doing a few very powerful things! 

First, God is the One who spoke Scripture into existence. He also spoke our world into existence – meaning, there is great power behind God’s Word! 

Secondly, God wants to affirmatively answer our prayers and when we use His own words to guide our requests we are drawing near to His heart and will. 

In Need of a Friend?

From the Motls & Crosswalk.com
“Will you be my best friend?”


The question - a precious question - came from the sweet lips of a dear little one on her first day of kindergarten. One of my friends’ daughters just wrestled through her first week of school. After having recently moved across country twice, this sweet-as-pie little girl was on the hunt for new friends. With each petition, came the same answer, “I already have a best friend.” Twenty of the thirty kids in the class had all been through preschool together and also, already selected their best friends. As my friend related her daughter’s tearful experience, I couldn’t help but relate. Her mom did too.