May 10-16, 2021

There is nothing quite like the smell of honeysuckle in Mississippi. Lovely!

5/10: to abide in holy unfailing love;
5/11: to focus on following Christ’s way;
5/12: for those who need good mentors;
5/13: for safety of travelers;
5/14: to be open to the wonders of creation;
5/15: to rejoice in the good;
5/16: to share your God moments (and for those of us still doing our taxes)

May 3, 2021 – May 9, 2021

5/3: To notice how you perceive others; 5/4: For those who work with technology; 5/5: To celebrate the joy of living; 5/6: To show respect to each other – National Day of Prayer, USA; 5/7: For those who long to be with family; 5/8: For those who experience pain at the hands of family; 5/9: To honor mothers for who they actually are.

April 26 – May 2, 2021

4/26: to begin each day with loving thoughts; 4/27: for those who do not feel lovable; 4/28: to thank yourself for the work you have accomplished; 4/29: for those who are heavily burdened; 4/30: to abide in the vine of Holy Love; 5/1: to be open to possibility; 5/2: to welcome all in Christ.

April 19-25, 2021

4/19: for a sense of direction/purpose 4/20: for situations which feel impossible 4/21: for administrators, paid or not 4/22: for time to be outside 4/23: to heal past wounds 4/24: for a renewed vitality 4/25: to accept the Shepherd’s tender loving care.

April 12-18, 2021

4/12: To celebrate blessings! 4/13: For those whose faith is different than yours 4/14: For young mothers – and older ones 4/15 To end drug abuse 4/16: For those who work with children and youth 4/17: To rejoice in the gift of beauty 4/18: For the healing of the earth

April 5 – April 11, 2021

4/5: for the hungry

4/6: for cities and towns

4/7: for mercy

4/8: for the needs of children

4/9: for those seeking to start over

4/10: for the tired and weary

4/11: to rejoice in God

Daily Prayer Starters:

March 29-April 4, Holy Week
3/29 to let go of what hinders you
3/30 to be able to forgive
3/31 to see the best in everyone
4/1 to love God and neighbor (also invite to join the prayer vigil)
4/2 to not be afraid
4/3 for those who are grieving
4/4 to believe in the power of the resurrection- Happy Easter!

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