Krista Lynn Campbell

prayer

pray like it matters

While in Tanzania, my itinerary included a visit to the country office on Friday morning.  As we drove toward the office, my guide informed me that Friday was prayer day. He said it with an enthusiastic anticipation that I usually reserve for a planned shopping trip with dinner and ice cream afterwards. He knew what …

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strangers

Included in my quiet-talk-to-God-time this week are  the prayer concerns of two women whom I have never met. They are strangers to me. I selected two prayer cards out of several large baskets containing approximately 7,000 prayer cards at a Priscilla Shirer’s conference.  Coincidence? Random luck? No, I think not. My God is too big …

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Pink Sisters

The headline warranted a second look, “Pink Sisters mark 100 years of nonstop prayer, seek 100 more.” All my  brain could muster was “Wow”. Gotta read more. 100 years of nonstop prayer.  Did I read that right? 100 years?  Wow, again. I am humbled and in awe of these amazing ladies, the Pink Sisters. Nonstop praying… Not for 100 …

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The Chalkboard

November 3, 2015 Dear Fellow Travelers, Today is the wedding anniversary of a very special couple. They are young and in love and it warms my heart.  I still consider them “newlyweds”, celebrating just 2 years of wedded happiness today. According to Hallmark’s list of traditional anniversary gifts, they should be very excited about Cotton. ( When …

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November 1: Day of Prayer for the Persecuted Church

In the States, we awaken this Sunday morning rested from our extra hour of sleep (thank you daylight savings time). We are blessed to have the freedom to attend a church of our choice, within close proximity to our homes, with Bibles in hand. Some of us sing hymns and some praise songs, some may wear their Sunday best and some come …

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