Category Archives: Safe Shelter

Shelter of Biblical Proportion

As I drove to work, I listened to the top-of-the-hour news: Hurricanes Harvey, Irma and Jose, wildfires in the west, the earthquake . . . and the North Korean nuclear threat. “Disasters of Biblical proportions, ” the radio voice announced. … Continue reading

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From Houston to Bidibidi

In the classrooms of my childhood, the United States was in the center of the world map. Let us remember that the center of God’s map is anywhere and everywhere there is need. Our American hearts, prayers and deeds are … Continue reading

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Safe Shelter – Texas Style

Matthew 7:27 (ERV)  It rained hard, the floods came, and the winds blew and beat against that house. And it fell with a loud crash.   Hurricane Harvey blew in, wet and wild. Houses are flooded, houses are damaged, some … Continue reading

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A Reliable Roof

I ran across this post a few weeks back, and the phrase “reliable roof” grabbed my attention. Safe Shelter. Reliable Roof. Often one in the same.   The story here is about Haiti, a place crying for safe shelter. It’s about … Continue reading

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Safe Shelter

God’s put a phrase on my heart: Safe Shelter. It’s a prayer assignment. A changing prayer assignment that I’ll share with you. Every week, I’ll post a prayer for safe shelter–for different people, suffering different circumstances, needing our prayers.   … Continue reading

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