Author Archives: Diane Hagni

21 Days of Prayer: January 19, 2018

Today, we will finish up discussing the prayers from the New Testament that we can pray for ourselves using a passage from the book of Hebrews (Hebrews 13:20-21 The Passion Translation).

There are many more prayers than the ones we …

Heaven’s Call: Voices, part 3

Heaven’s Call: Voices, part 2

Pastor Dave Hagni continues the series on hearing God’s voice.

21 Days of Prayer: Jan. 18, 2018

We all want our lives to matter, to be significant. Each follower of Christ has the highest calling and purpose known to man – to represent Him on this earth and bring Him glory with our lives. Today’s prayer from …

21 Days of Prayer: Jan. 17, 2018

Today we are going to pray from two passages containing Paul’s prayers for believers, Colossians 1:9-11 and Romans 15:13. Because these prayers are Spirit-breathed, we can know exactly what God wants for us — that we know His pleasure over

21 Days of Prayer: Jan. 16, 2018

This is one of my favorite prayers in the Bible because it talks about the love God has for us and how we can know more of it. Isn’t it wonderful that the love of God is inexhaustible? It will …

21 Days of Prayer: Jan. 15, 2018

There are a number of prayers penned in the New Testament, specifically for the Church. Aside from the Lord’s Prayer, which Jesus taught His disciples to pray, there are prayers that were prayed by the great apostles of the faith …

21 Days of Prayer: Jan. 12, 2018

Even a brief look at the psalms that David wrote show a consistent theme: David was a lover of justice who recognized God as the source of all justice.

Don’t you love justice? It’s immensely satisfying to see wrong punished …

21 Days of Prayer: Jan. 11, 2018

Being real with God is one of the first ways we connect with Him, and we see the Old Testament prophet and king David modeling that over and over in the psalms. No matter what situation David finds himself in, …

21 Days of Prayer: Jan. 10, 2018

A popular airline coined a new word not too long ago: “Transfarency.” The airline wanted to convey that there are no hidden fees or costs, no surprises with them when it comes to the bottom line.

The play on words …