More from Karen Dorsey

by Upper Room Editorial on Saturday, February 06, 2016

After the breach in my relationship with my co-worker I grieved the lost opportunity to share Jesus with him. However, I began to take my own advice. After seeking God’s forgivenesss, I began to ask God to bless him, and God began ...

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More from Carol Van Der Woude

by Upper Room Editorial on Tuesday, February 02, 2016

As a retired nurse I am grateful for the experiences that I have had as a childbirth nurse. In my profession as well as in the garden I have seen the wonder of God’s design for life. We are indeed fearfully and wonderfully made.

It has been my pleasure to ...

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Link2Life for February 2, 2016

by Upper Room Administrator on Monday, February 01, 2016

Carol's elderberry bush.

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Resurrected to Heal

by Upper Room Editorial on Friday, January 29, 2016

I am delighted to have the opportunity to post this entry for The Upper Room’s blog. I pondered what I should send for days. I thought this entry would be fitting since January is the time when many people reflect on the sanctity of human life. Because of my personal ...

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Start with a Prayer

by Upper Room Editorial on Thursday, January 28, 2016

I’ve been asked by men, women and children at book sales and book-signings where I got the inspiration for writing, especially my Christian YA book series. Often I don’t have the time to go into details, but let me tell you the secret.

The Thunder and Lightning Book Series, of ...

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More from Xavia Arndt Sheffield

by Upper Room Editorial on Sunday, January 24, 2016

There are times when I stop in my tracks and, overcome with thankfulness for a prayer answered or some other good thing God has done for me, ask Him, “Why are you so good to me?” 

There is really only one answer to that question: “for his steadfast love endures ...

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More from Mark Weinrich

by Upper Room Editorial on Saturday, January 23, 2016

God is so good. December 13th I celebrated three years remission from cancer. But our celebration was quite subdued. We were preparing for my wife Lucy to return to her teaching job since undergoing major foot reconstruction surgery June 25th. We had been mostly housebound except for doctor visits and ...

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