Monthly Archives: August 2017

Psalms of Summer Wrap-up & Our Next series || Marissa Dodgen

We have enjoyed being in the Psalms this summer & blogging without clear direction. Sometimes the beauty of blogging without clear direction is that it can be an opening to let the Spirit lead. By taking a look at David’s life, prayers, and praises to God, we were all able to open up about those […]

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Psalms of Summer- Apple Of Your Eye || Marissa Dodgen

Two weeks ago, I blogged from Psalms 17: 6-7, about what it meant to have God’s ear inclined to us. This week, before we close out Psalms of Summer next week, lets look the another portion of questions that rose up from Psalms 17. Verses 8-9 say: Keep me as the apple of your eye; hide me […]

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Psalms of Summer- Time to Grow Up || Keisha Hill

“I’m a big kid now…” I know, I know – it’s a commercial jingle, but it’s been stuck in my head the whole time I’ve been thinking about this psalm. It’s my gift to you. You’re welcome. (That Moana reference? It’s just a little bonus 😉 ) Okay. Stop singing already and check this out. That’s […]

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Psalms of Summer – Incline Your Ear To Me || Marissa Dodgen

“I call upon you, for you will answer me, O God;  incline your ear to me; hear my words.  Wondrously show your steadfast love,  O Savior of those who seek refuge  from their adversaries at your right hand.  Keep me as the apple of your eye;  hide me in the shadow of your wings,  from […]

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Psalms of Summer – Our New Song || Jessica Bolyard

For as long as I can remember, I have struggled deeply with comparing myself to other people. My hair, my clothes, my house, my car, my friendships….all are subject to scrutiny and the impossible task of measuring up. (If you struggle with this, too, can I suggest a book? Love Idol, by Jennifer Dukes Lee, […]

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