Daily Prayable: Important Message About Your Home - Saturday, January 15, 2011
My house still shelters us, but not for long. Soon my family and I will be swept away in the brutal tsunami that is foreclosure. My house is no longer my house.
How do I get through this? I need You to remind me, my house is merely walls and nails. My family's love always has a solid foundation. That foundation can never be taken away.
- Karen Laven
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The program was scheduled to start at 8:15 a.m. With no explanation or apology, the opening remarks took place a half hour late. A move like that puts my critics cap on from the get go. I was downtown for NAWBO Day. The National Association of Women Business Owners and Crain's Chicago Business sponsored a small business owner's conference. I was an attendee at the breakfast and panel discussion.
As long as I'm bitching... the breakfast was sweet rolls, donuts, and mini bagels. Not a carton of yogurt or a slice of fresh fruit in sight. Panel moderator and local news celebrity Mary Ann Childers was at the other side of the buffet table. We exchanged guilty comments...
- Prayables Chief of Pray, Susan Diamond
Imagine a book club built around your prayer life -- with no reading required! Pray Maker Lori Strawn and her friend Alice Shelton discuss spiritual themes and questions from literature and poetry, then top it off with a prayer from the Prayables collection.
Listen our journey to find God between the pages of our favorite books. This week, Lori and Alice will discuss a quote from the novel...
Saturday 15th january 2011
"An optimist sees an opportunity in every problem; a pessimist sees a problem in every opportunity."
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