Maureen Berger: Prayer Updates

Living Word of God

By |2020-03-05T10:29:39-04:00March 5, 2020|Maureen Berger: Blog Posts, Maureen Berger: Prayer Updates, Staff Blogs|

In Sunday school a few weeks ago we read through Luke 1-2 together and then shared things that stood out or that we wondered about or that we struggled with. The Word of God is living and active and the Holy Spirit is working in believers and when these things come together it is a beautiful time of listening and learning together. How have you been encouraged by the Word?

“For the word of God is living and active, sharper than any two-edged sword…” [...]

Being

By |2020-02-14T11:58:33-04:00February 13, 2020|Maureen Berger: Blog Posts, Maureen Berger: Prayer Updates, Staff Blogs|

You have heard – God cares more about our being than our doing – that is why we are human beings and not human doings! But my guess is that you probably struggle as much as I often do with the practical living out of this. In the past weeks I have been encouraged to do so, largely out of necessity because I can’t run and do anything yet in this role. It is not always easy, yet it is so good to be still [...]

New Things

By |2020-02-14T11:56:43-04:00January 28, 2020|Maureen Berger: Blog Posts, Maureen Berger: Prayer Updates, Staff Blogs|

New – a new year, a new role, a ‘new office,’ new relationships. Maybe you have other new things that are happening for you. There is excitement in this newness and possibly some tentativeness. I know that I have both of these in varying degrees as I journey ahead one step at a time. But God is with me and He delights in things that are new – a [...]

No Shadow Due to Change

By |2020-02-14T11:53:55-04:00January 9, 2020|Maureen Berger: Blog Posts, Maureen Berger: Prayer Updates, Staff Blogs|

What would you do in a season of transition? How would you structure your time and thoughts? These are questions that I have asked and lived out in the past couple of weeks since my return to the States. I am not convinced there are ‘right’ answers to the questions because each person is individual in their temperament and preferences. But I know that I have desired to use [...]