Peter Lundell, a former missionary to Japan, is a pastor at Walnut Blessing Church in Walnut, California. He has an MDiv and DMiss from Fuller Theological Seminary and is the founder of the Walnut Valley Pastors’ Prayer Network. Lundell is the author of two books, and his articles have appeared in magazines such as Guideposts
I believe it is possible to have a personal, one-to-one relationship with God. Yes, the God Creator of the universe. A relationship that is personal has intimate conversations. Sarah Young shares her conversations with God in Jesus Calling, Enjoying Peace in His Presence. Inspired by the anonymous writings of God Calling, Ms. Young began recording
Through Him, therefore, let us constantly and at all times offer up to God a sacrifice of praise, which is the fruit of lips that thankfully acknowledge and confess and glorify His name (Hebrews 13:15 AMP). Do you know where your loved one is this Thanksgiving? If so, give a sacrifice of praise. Is your
“Blessed is a man who perseveres under trial;” (James 1:12 NAS) Walking is my second favorite exercise. I’m returning to walking daily because our local swimming pool is closed for the winter (my favorite form of exercise). My walking route is on the dirt road in front of our house and is certainly not level.
My prayers and hopes have deep roots in reality. (Phil. 1:7, MSG) As my son became symptomatic in his teens, his future looked grim through my human mother’s eyes. When he joined the Marine Corp, he excelled and his future looked bright again. It wasn’t long before the symptoms returned. He was discharged from the
“Seek first the kingdom of God ….” Mt. 6:33 Like many, I believed the main thought of this verse was to “seek” God – put Him first in my life. You know, “God first, other second, self last.” This morning I read, “Seek to see Him in all things, and in all things He will