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The Importance of Quiet Time With God

This article was originally written in November of 2015 for Project Inspired, a website that encourages Christian teenage girls all over the world. Thank you for reading!

Come near to God and He will come near to you. (James 4:8)

What does quiet time look like? It’s different for every person, but in general it’s a time in your day that you commit to spending with God. This can include prayer, worship, reading, praising, journaling or all of the above. The main point is to make a habit of keeping Jesus at the forefront of your mind, ensuring that you are living according to the Holy Spirit’s will. Continue reading “The Importance of Quiet Time With God”

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Praise and Worship Only?

But the time is coming—indeed it’s here now—when true worshipers will worship the Father in spirit and in truth. The Father is looking for those who will worship him that way. (John 4:23)

I remember when there wasn’t a Spotify, an iTunes, or a Pandora app. Heck, I remember when smartphones weren’t even a thing. Do I sound old yet? Listening to praise and worship music used to consist of the same 10-15 songs on repeat on the Christian radio station in my local area or the few songs I sang each week at church. This started to get old, and I remember riding in the car and telling my mom that I was so tired of Christian music. I soon found out that I didn’t have an issue with Christian music, but the ones I heard over and over just weren’t my thing. Continue reading “Praise and Worship Only?”

Funny Friday: Praise and Worship

God has a sense of humor and so do we. Let’s start the weekend off with a good laugh!

One of our favorite parts of church service is praise and worship. Can you identify with any of these hilarious moments?

1.) You sing this song every week, but somehow you can’t remember the lyrics.

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Continue reading “Funny Friday: Praise and Worship”

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