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Morning Gratitude

"I would maintain that thanks are the highest form of thought; and that gratitude is happiness doubled by wonder." - GK Chesterton Father God we thank you this morning in the midst of worry, and troubles, and burdens that no one else is witness to. I pray that we, all of us, open our heart to you in gratitude, filled with a sense of wonder in the reality that you are working in and through all things for our good - for what could be greater than being drawn nearer to you? Father, we pray for those who have relapsed and feel distant from you, who feel distant from the truth of the image they bear and your gracious love. We also pray for our community in the midst of health problems - it seems

Hope Street Member Prayer

Dear Heavenly Father, I come to you with a humbled heart. Father God, thank you for your faithful love that endures forever. Ps. 118 Father God, I lift Hope Street Ministry up to you and ask that you continue to prosper this ministry for your glory not ours. Father you know the plans you have for us and your plans are good and not harmful. You are the Alpha and Omega, the Beginning and the End, the Author and Finisher. Father God, you are the Deliverer, our Provider of all things. You are our God who has known us before we were formed in our mother’s womb. Thank you for nailing every iniquity in us to the cross. I thank you for your mercy because you understand that we will do what we don’t

kids BEING kids

Yesterday, we took a road trip out to Oconomowoc for a day at the lake. We piled nine of our kids in cars and made our way from 26th and Capitol out to hwy 67. There was laughter, singing (songs I’ve heard and others I had not), silly remarks and lots of anticipation. As we made our way I pointed in the direction that Ms. Rachael lives, other volunteers and myself. The kids got silent and one of our teenage girls remarked, “wow y’all must really love your job to make this trip” followed by another that said, “you like us that much?” I smiled and said, “We love you and we want to be with you” As the day went on, I realized how much our kiddos love one another and want to be together. I was so