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Pray & Revive Jan 11, 2023

By Nancy Lindgren 

On January 2nd, a chilling scene played out on our televisions as millions were watching in shock and dismay. A football player by the name of Damar Hamlin was hit in the chest and went into cardiac arrest. The players and fans were stunned and many began to pray. They...

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NEW in 2022! Jan 17, 2022

by Nancy Lindgren

New in 2022! 

Doesn’t that have a nice ring to it? And isn’t it a relief to have 2021 behind us?

Several months ago as I started asking the Lord what His word might be for our ministry this year, He began revealing and then continued confirming, NEW

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Walk and Point and Pray Jul 14, 2020

By Joy Ostrom originally written April 3rd, 2019

Recently, I have been pondering the words "walk and point and pray" as they apply to mentoring and my own personal walk with the Lord.

As I walk with Him, He points to places in me that I need to release to Him. The question is: Am I willing to...

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Freedom Through Looking Within Apr 15, 2020

By Andrea Catlett

This year my feelings surprised me when I pulled into my youngest kid's school parking lot. I hadn't driven on that same pavement for about two years, and the last time I drove in I was pulling my oldest son, Will, out of the school because of severe bullying and a threat to his...

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Mobilizing Virtual Prayer Mentors Mar 25, 2020

 

Unprecedented times calls for unprecedented action. There is a great need and we have a great answer. Global Media Outreach recently stated "Covid-19 causes people around the globe to seek spiritual assurance at unprecedented levels." People of God, it's go time!

Pastors and other...

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Our Steering Wheel  Mar 11, 2020

By Angelica Roszhart

Grief turns life upside down. Some days it’s hard just to breath. C.S. Lewis, in his book, A Grief Observed, put it quite brilliantly when he said, “For in grief nothing ‘stays put.’ One keeps on emerging from a phase, but it always recurs. Round...

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Practical Prayer Pointers for Difficult People Nov 06, 2019

 By Haley Osborn

 

As people of God, why are we surprised when we encounter people who oppose us? Jesus promised His disciples, “And you will be hated for my name’s sake. But the one who endures to the end will be saved” (Matthew 10:22, ESV).

 

Throughout history,...

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Prayer That's Caught and Taught Sep 18, 2019

It's such an honor to have Carol Madison as our guest blogger this week. I love her heart for mentoring in prayer - it really aligns with what we're all about here at MORE Mentoring. She is the author of a new book titled "Prayer That's Caught and Taught - Mentoring the Next Generation."...

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Remain at Rest Aug 21, 2019

by Nancy Lindgren

 

The Lord will fight for you, and you shall hold your peace and remain at rest. – Exodus 14:14 (AMP)

Do you ever feel like you’re standing at the edge of the Red Sea knowing that the Promised Land is coming through a mighty miracle but you can also see the...

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Walk and Point and Pray Apr 03, 2019

By Joy Ostrom

Recently, I have been pondering the words "walk and point and pray" as they apply to mentoring and my own personal walk with the Lord.

As I walk with Him, He points to places in me that I need to release to Him. The question is: Am I willing to hear, willing to look, willing to...

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The Art of Being Loved Well Feb 20, 2019

by Kristen Hallinan

As I sat there bawling my eyes out, Shelly, my mentor of seven years squeezed my hands and nodded with compassion. I had spent the past year working after years of staying at home and the balancing act wasn’t going well. I was blaming every little nuance on my absence...

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Mentor By Telling A Story Feb 13, 2019

Today's blog post is by guest blogger, Kathy Schwanke, a speaker, author, teacher, and mentor who desires to encourage women to live in the LIGHT of God's love & truth. 

 

by Kathy Schwanke

Is anything more powerful than a woman’s willingness to be...

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