Prayfit Daily:

Growing In Grace

Spent my Saturday morning at Balboa park. Loretta was getting her long run in for the week, so I decided to join her. Along with an amazing running trail, Balboa Park has a neat little station equipped with pull-up bars, dip bars and more. The best part is that all of the bars are low […]

A Courageous Reaction

What a week, right? So blessed by C.S. Lewis and his children’s tale “Chronicles of Narnia.” I could likely write a month’s worth of devotions about them, because the films are so full of gold, but nonetheless, for those that were here each day to be encouraged, I hope that came true. You know, a […]

Lost Tails and All

Jesus takes our fears seriously. In fact, He takes our fears more seriously than we do. Let that thought marinade in your mind for a second. Before He left earth, He left no doubt about it. More than any other command, Jesus urged us to not fear. Of everything we know the Lord said to us […]

Roaring Times

–Continuing with our Chronicles of Narnia marathon, here’s Lucy talking to Aslan. Because she was the only one among her friends at the time who could see him, she was afraid to follow him. Here Aslan is asking her why that held her back….– So, yesterday I sat in a boardroom. Probably the biggest meeting […]

Facing Courage

“And then that word grew louder and louder until it was a battle cry.” – lyrics of “The Call” from The Chronicles of Narnia. Here we find Edmund before heading off to war – a stubborn, power-hungry, disobedient boy who wandered away from what was right to seek his own glory – seen here talking […]

The Lion in Us

Last week Loretta and I decided to do a “Chronicles of Narnia Marathon.”  Anyone seen all three films? Considered a classic in children’s literature, the teaching principles throughout these C.S. Lewis stories are innumerable. And to think there are seven Narnia books, and rumors are swirling of a fourth movie. If you haven’t seen or […]

No Wonder

“Know that the Lord is our God. It is he who made us and we are his; we are his people, the sheep of his pasture.” –Psalm 100:3 Read: Psalm 100 She should have been a carpenter. If it had been a priceless work of art, she wouldn’t have put any more effort into it. […]

Forgive Us, The Body

Lord, forgive us for spending so much time trying to honor the body that we actually fail to honor you with it. Forgive us for not taking care of our body to the point that we fail to physically accomplish what you designed for us to do; serve others, live exceptionally, and much, much more. […]

Hidden Valleys

On our drive home down Highway 1 this weekend, we happened upon a neat scene. As we came around a bend, we noticed a few dozen cars stopped on the side of the road. Doors open, people standing and taking pictures. They weren’t looking toward the water, but rather toward a beautiful, hidden valley. Something […]

Deep Calling

“You are the salt of the earth…Let your light shine before others, that they may see your good deeds and glorify your Father in Heaven.” – Matthew 5:13-16 This weekend Loretta and I took a short drive up the coast to visit some friends in Carmel, Ca. If the phrase “God’s Country” ever applied, it’s […]