Daily Devotions from Brunswick

“I am the Church! You are the Church! We are the Church Together

Opening Prayer: Thank you, Lord, for the coming rain. It is a sign that even though our lives may feel stuck in one place because of the pandemic, the world is actually going on. Help me to find ways to participate in the movement of the world and of your spirit. Amen. Scripture: “Now youContinue reading ““I am the Church! You are the Church! We are the Church Together”

Balance

Opening Prayer: Thank you, Lord, for another sunny day. The light and the warmth of the sun remind me of your presence. Help me to find ways to shine a little light and warmth on others today. Amen. Verse: Ecclesiastes 3:1, 3 “There is a time for everything, and a season for every activity under the heavens:Continue reading “Balance”

Fan the Flame

Opening Prayer: Good morning, Lord. We begin with a thank you. Being forced to slow down offers many opportunities to reflect, to have conversations that we don’t typically have time for, and to ponder your word. Help us to use this time in ways that will bring life and health to our bodies, minds, souls,Continue reading “Fan the Flame”

Peace

In an effort to mitigate the effects of enforced social distancing, Brunswick UMC is providing daily devotionals for use individually or with your family. Please feel free to share. Opening Prayer: Lord, we come to you in the midst of our fears and in some cases in the midst of enforced isolation. We take joyContinue reading “Peace”

Selah

Daily Devotional: Selah 3/18/2020 Opening Prayer: Dear Lord, we thank you for the many ways you are with us. We see the cloudy day, and we are mindful of you as Creator. The cold air we feel reminds us of the One who set seasons in place. As our bodies take in air, we thinkContinue reading “Selah”

Selah

Daily Devotional 3/18/2020 Please join me in prayer… Opening Prayer: Dear Lord, we thank you for the many ways you are with us. We see the cloudy day, and we are mindful of you as Creator. The cold air we feel reminds us of the One who set seasons in place. As our bodies take inContinue reading “Selah”


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