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OneWalk: Love the Lord your God with all your heart 

January 26, 2017

PRAYER:Gracious God, you are love, indeed. You are self-giving, faithful, abiding, never-ending love. All praise be to you!

You have loved us in so many ways, dear Lord, our God, but most of all by giving us your Son, who showed us your love, and who, by love, gave his life on the cross. Your love became human in Jesus, for our sake. All praise be to you!

Forgive us, Lord, when we think we can make you love us more by our actions. Yes, we can please and honor you, but your love for us comes first and foremost. We love because you first loved us. All praise be to you!

Help us, Lord, to respond to your love by loving you. May we give our love to you through all that we are, even in our daily work. May our work this day be an expression of our love, our response to how much you love us. All praise be to you! Amen.




OneWalk: Love and Work, do they go together?

January 23, 2017


Gracious God, thank you for the “greatest commandment.” Thank you for inviting us to love you with all that we are. Thank you also for urging us to love our neighbors as ourselves.

Teach us, Lord, how love can be part of our work. Most of all, teach us how we can love you in our work. Open our minds and hearts to new discoveries, new convictions, new passions, and new practices.

Even today, dear Lord, may I love you completely, in all that I do, including my work. Amen.

See full devotion at Life for Leaders


Renewing of the mind and spirit

January 9, 2017

Gracious God, indeed, you are the one who will one day make everything new. You alone have the power to do this. You alone have the desire to do this.

Thank you, Lord, for not abandoning us and our world. Thank you for making your renewing presence known, even now, however incompletely.

Thank you also for choosing to use us as agents of renewal. May we be available to you for this crucial task. May you use us to bring your wholeness to the broken places of our lives: our work and our family, our community and our church, our nation and our world.

All praise be to you, O God, because you are making all things new! Amen.



All Things New!


Ravi Zacharias – Columbia University Q&A, Part 3 of 3 | RZIM

August 8, 2014

Different Than It Appeared

April 19, 2014


What To Do When Your Burden Is Overwhelming | My Utmost For His Highest

April 15, 2014


Cast your burdens on the Lord… Psalm 55:22

The Story of Nicodemus

April 6, 2014


The Story of Nicodemus: separating what we’ve always believed from what Jesus says. John 3:1-21