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Your Soul Kit – good to include Psalm 23

By Dave Henning / June 28, 2021

It’s good to put Psalm 23 in your Soul Kit. . . .  For decades we’ve used it in our teaching and small groups as a resource for God’s peace and guidance.”- Kristi Gaultiere In the “Soul Care Practice” that follows Chapter 1 of Journey of the Soul, Kristi Gaultiere takes time to saturate our […]


Flowing out from deep inside you

By Dave Henning / June 26, 2021

“Your soul [is] . . . actually your whole person.  Flowing out from deep inside you, it encompasses your body and expands out into your social world.  In other words, your soul is so large that your body is actually inside your soul.”- Bill Gaultiere In the Introduction to Journey of the Soul: A Practical […]


Our desire to have a nice little life

By Dave Henning / May 24, 2017

“The collision of our desire to live a nice little life and our need to remain in Jesus can bring about a sanctification of our will, where all things truly are subjected to Christ.”- John Eldredge “Remain in me, and I will remain in you.”- John 15:4 Today in the Fall section of Walking with […]


The bedrock for everything else

By Dave Henning / May 18, 2017

“We have the Scriptures given to us by God, and they are the bedrock for everything else.”- John Eldredge As John Eldredge continues the Summer section of Walking with God, he addresses the importance of the Bible in our walk with God.  Mr. Eldredge underscores: “God speaks to us through the Bible.  And what is […]


You watch over me

By Dave Henning / February 6, 2017

“You watch over me in the darkest valleys/ You watch over me when the night seems long/ You help me to see the way before me/ You watch over me”- Aaron Shust “The LORD watches over you — the LORD is your shade at your right hand; the LORD will watch over your coming and […]


A brake to save us

By Dave Henning / December 25, 2016

“Sometimes what we think may break us is but a brake to save us.”- Ann Voskamp In Chapter 17 (“How to Find Heroes in a Suffering World”) of The Broken Way, Ann Voskamp observes that wounds that never heal = wounds mourned alone.  Furthermore, you tell yourself you’re ready for God to heal your wound […]

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