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Table Of Contents

Where it all began
The Draw Bridge
What’s The Question?
Share and Share Alike
Telling Your Story
Smile – It’s Contagious
One Day at a Time
Practically Smiling
Open Door Policy
Knock knock knock
Don’t Worry About It!
Bless You!
For Sure For Sure
Imagine That
These Shoes Are For Walking
Transformation by Truth
Our Daily Bread
Transformed By Trouble
I Choose God
Do Your Part
Thank You Very Much
Fill Me Up
Everybody Needs Encouragement
Overwhelmed or With God?
Test It
Prayer Meetings Are Powerful
A – C – T - S
Listen Up!
Prayer and Thanksgiving
Live With Power!
2-4-6-8 Who Do We Appreciate?
Sing a New Song
Giving Thanks
Sin and Grace
Hopeless To Healed
What are you committed to?
Who Is Your Neighbor?
Can You Trust God?
Are You Hungry?
I Choose Peace
Prodigal Son – Is That You?
Best Christmas Ever!
Best Christmas Ever…..Part 2
Best Christmas Ever…..Part 3
Best Christmas Ever… Part 4……The BEST Part
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Building a Bridge One Prayer at a Time

Building a Bridge One Prayer at a Time

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Building a Bridge, One Prayer at a Time is an extension of a Bible study group that started on a bridge outside author Tini Sider’s office. She and her coworkers began bridging the gap for others through prayer, forming the Bridge Prayer Group. This spiritual guide shares weekly devotions that will enhance your relationship with Christ as a result of spending time with Him each week, helping you to become a bridge builder, as well. Because these devotions are the result of the author’s stream of consciousness as she ponders what God has shown her during the week, they may appear to be somewhat random in nature. Presented in a casual, relaxed format, they can be read as if you are having a conversation with a friend; make yourself comfortable in sharing your thoughts with God through prayer. You can also write your thoughts and prayers as you meditate on His Word, and, most importantly, try to put into action the things the Holy Spirit brings to your mind as you study Build bridges and allow God to change your life—you will never regret it.
Building a Bridge, One Prayer at a Time is an extension of a Bible study group that started on a bridge outside author Tini Sider’s office. She and her coworkers began bridging the gap for others through prayer, forming the Bridge Prayer Group. This spiritual guide shares weekly devotions that will enhance your relationship with Christ as a result of spending time with Him each week, helping you to become a bridge builder, as well. Because these devotions are the result of the author’s stream of consciousness as she ponders what God has shown her during the week, they may appear to be somewhat random in nature. Presented in a casual, relaxed format, they can be read as if you are having a conversation with a friend; make yourself comfortable in sharing your thoughts with God through prayer. You can also write your thoughts and prayers as you meditate on His Word, and, most importantly, try to put into action the things the Holy Spirit brings to your mind as you study Build bridges and allow God to change your life—you will never regret it.

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Publish date: Dec 1, 2011
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