Can You Find Calm In Today’s “Storms”?

October 14, 2020 As I quieted myself to listen for what I might share in this devotion (unfortunately since the world has been turned upside down, that quiet time seems to happen about 4:00 a.m. when I wake up and have been unable to sleep), my mind wandered to stormy seas.  That is a littleContinue reading “Can You Find Calm In Today’s “Storms”?”

Choosing to Reach Out To God

October 7, 2020by Wendy Grasz (Wendy passed away suddenly September 27, 2020. This devotion was one she wrote for Luther Memorial/Omaha last April. She was part of the task force creating this devotional series for Seeking the Spirit Within and offered this devotion to our efforts. Reading it again, we know now she no longerContinue reading “Choosing to Reach Out To God”

We Did Not Ask For This Room . . . But Let Us Dance

September 30, 2020 We did not ask for this room or this music; we were invited in. Therefore, because the dark surrounds us, let us turn our faces toward the light. Let us endure hardship to be grateful for plenty…. We did not ask for this room or this music. But because we are here, letContinue reading “We Did Not Ask For This Room . . . But Let Us Dance”

What Is Your Life-Giving Choice Today?

September 23, 2020 Where do you see God at work in this pandemic?  I’ll answer that question with another question.  “What is the life-giving choice?”  I was in my early thirties and facing some of the toughest, most life-altering decisions of my life. The kinds of decisions that uproot years of planning, relationships, finances, complacency,Continue reading “What Is Your Life-Giving Choice Today?”

God Sings For Joy Because Of You. Yes, You!

September 9, 2020Diane Harpster, Certified Spiritual Director God sings for joy because of you Honestly, it was only a few years ago that I first heard this Scripture verse read in a worship service-really heard it: “The Lord your God is with you.  He is mighty enough to save you. He will take great delightContinue reading “God Sings For Joy Because Of You. Yes, You!”