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A Gift for You – A Free Prayer Planner

By Missy Eversole / February 18, 2020 /
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Silence and Solitude. Quiet time. Prayer time. It doesn’t matter what you call your alone time with the Lord, as long as you have quiet time with the Lord. The amount of alone time you have with the Lord is between you and Him. If you have only 15 minutes to spare during the day,…

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“Speak LORD, for Your Servant Hears!”

By Missy Eversole / February 11, 2020 /
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In 2015, the movie War Room was released nationwide in theaters. Created by the Kendrick Brothers Production company, the movie focused on the power of prayer. It became the #1 movie in America, a feat rarely if ever attainted by a Christian film. Personally, it changed how I viewed and spent my prayer time. If you…

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Five Bible Verses to Pray to Remind You to Have an Attitude of Gratitude

By Missy Eversole / November 14, 2019 /
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Two weeks from today, we will be sitting down for a feast of turkey, mashed potatoes, pumpkin pie, and all the other fixings that go along with the traditional Thanksgiving meal. Family, food, and football. That is what makes up our Thanksgiving, and I wouldn’t trade it for the world! Last week, I blogged about…

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Start 2019 by Being in the Word – My Top 5 Impactful Bible Studies

By Missy Eversole / December 18, 2018 /

As we usher in 2019 in just two short weeks, I am not only reflecting back on 2018 but also looking forward to the new year. As I ponder my goals for 2019, I can’t help but thank God for the goals that I have achieved in 2018; professionally,  this blog is the top of…

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A Month of Thankfulness – Thanksgiving Memories Then and Now

By Missy Eversole / November 20, 2018 /

Thanksgiving Then I sat cross-crossed on the floor in front of our wooden console television in eager anticipation of what was to come. I had been waiting all month for this one day. Growing up, Thanksgiving was a day where we were gathered together as a family to gorge ourselves on turkey, mashed potatoes and gravy, macaroni…

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Weekend Inspiration – “Breathe” by Priscilla Shirer

By Missy Eversole / October 26, 2018 /

Happy Friday friends! My family and I are currently enjoying a few days off from work and school. Aside from parent/teacher conferences and getting some writing assignments completed for submission, I am using some of my time just to breathe and relax. And by relaxing, I mean watching Christmas movies on both Hallmark channels! Like…

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Seven Verses to Pray When Waiting on the Lord is Hard

By Missy Eversole / September 25, 2018 /

Waiting. Waiting in line at the grocery store. Waiting in construction. Waiting for your food at a restaurant. Waiting for your children to get ready in the morning. Waiting on the insurance company to approve a medical treatment. Waiting for test results to come back from the doctor’s office. Waiting to be healed. Every day we…

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Five Verses to Pray When You Need to Forgive

By Missy Eversole / September 18, 2018 /

I’m going to be completely honest with you: I dread writing about the topic of forgiveness. So much so, that I was going to skip the usual Tuesday post and only do a Friday post this week. When I decided to pursue the shove that the Lord gave me to begin writing, I knew that I…

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Five Verses to Pray When Your Heart is Broken

By Missy Eversole / September 11, 2018 /

I rolled over in bed and answered the phone, unaware of the time or even what day of the week it was. I was three months pregnant with Grant and the first trimester was a trying and exhausting time for me. “Did you see that two airplanes just flew into the World Trade Center?” Craig…

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Weekend Inspiration – John 14:27

By Missy Eversole / September 7, 2018 /

A Verse to Pray for Your Child Happy Friday! During September, the “Weekend Inspiration” will focus on a verse to pray for our children. This weeks focus is on peace. The excitement of going back to school has now passed, and the reality of daily homework is upon us. The words “stressed” and “tired” are…

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