Category Archives: healing

Day 3 in Romania – Boiu and AMEC

Thursday, March 2nd marked our 3rd day in Romania. As mentioned in my Day 2 post I was VERY sick. Like sicker than I had been in years, so much so that I posted my first ever please-pray-for-me-I-think-I’m-dying-middle-of-the-night-post (ha! Well…it’s funny … Continue reading

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Romania – sickness and faith 

Anyone else need healing tonight? I’m the sickest I can remember being in a long time with what must be some sort of intense bronchitis and my lungs feel as though they are on fire and exploding from within with … Continue reading

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I’m not fine

Recently a blogging friend wrote about hollow responses to the “how are you” question that we love to ask, but rarely slow to hear the response. I can think of numerous times that I have said “I’m fine” when everything … Continue reading

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Worship Series – Pieces (Steffany Gretzinger)

Worship Series – Pieces (Steffany Gretzinger) This is a continuation of a series where we are taking a deeper look at worship songs so we can contemplate what they are saying to our own spirits. Sometimes there are songs that … Continue reading

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Does God Still Heal?

The Bible is full of miracles. I’ve seen miracles myself. God has healed me of some things, yet not of others. I’ve heard reports in my own family of someone being healed of a disease with such certainty that the … Continue reading

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One of the hard things for me about losing someone is fear that they will be forgotten. Not by me, but by others. Fear that people won’t remember significant days that I do. Fear that people will forget what today … Continue reading

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We were under attack

One of the craziest parts of our trip was how it seemed EVERY TIME someone was supposed to be used in some sort of main ministry they would be under physical attack: headaches, stomach bug, respiratory infections, etc. I recall … Continue reading

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