Prayer for graduates is so important, but especially during this challenging season. Last year, creativity offered alternate opportunities for seniors through drive-by parades, personally delivered diplomas, and virtual commencements. Although many will celebrate normal graduation ceremonies this year, the pandemic has still altered graduation celebrations for others.
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How do you thank your mom? In this Mother’s Day Tribute and poem by Rebecca Barlow Jordan, “How Can I Thank You, Mom? Let Me Count the Ways,” she shares some of the memories of a mother’s love.
Here is a prayer especially for mothers and grandmothers because you are so deserving of blessing and honor for who you are and for all you do. No matter what your age, single or married, this prayer for blessing is for every good work, every good word, and for every act of love you have ever offered on behalf of the ones you love.
Go ahead. Admit it. We’ve all got unwanted baggage. We’ve had our share. One year our garage sale was so huge, a neighbor left a message on our phone saying, “You’re not moving, are you?” Where does this “stuff” come from, anyway? How does life get so messy? But more importantly, what do you do with unwanted baggage? Whether it concerns our relationships, our homes, our possessions, or our emotions, our excess “baggage” can interfere with God and His peaceful presence in our lives. And getting rid of it usually involves a process, sometimes a painful one. But there’s something …
Have you ever wished for the privilege of starting over? Has a relationship gone sour? Have you abandoned a difficult project? Ever spoken a word in haste and wished you could take it back? Or maybe you’re just trying to find a new start in your relationship with God.