Author: David Beauchamp

Prayer: Governor Laura Kelly

Heavenly Father, I ask that you would watch over and protect Governor Kelly as she leads as the chief executive officer of Kansas. Give her your wisdom to administrate and lead the executive branch. As she faces challenges during this continuing pandemic crisis, may her decisions benefit the people of[Read More…]

Approaching God

Exodus 20:21 (NIV):  “So the people stood at a distance, while Moses approached the thick cloud where God was.” During my last years in the Army I worked for General Officers. They all wore stars. Some had two stars, some three, and one even had four stars. Most were really[Read More…]

Prayer: Loss

Heavenly Father, yesterday Rush Limbaugh died. He was only one of close to 800 deaths (on average) yesterday. Each one of those deaths can impact others. I wonder how many knew Jesus and will be with Him through eternity. I ask that You would be each person that suffers from[Read More…]

Floods

Genesis 7:20 (NIV):  “The waters rose and covered the mountains to a depth of more than fifteen cubits.” Lots of the United States is covered in snow and ice right now. Here in Kansas we haven’t been above 20 degrees for almost two weeks. Yesterday morning it was -15 degrees[Read More…]

Prayer: It’s Cold in Kansas

Heavenly Father, we are experiencing bitter cold in Kansas and the forecast is for even colder temperatures this weekend. I ask that you would protect Kansans. Keep them warm, especially those who are vulnerable. Provide warm places for the homeless. Keep heaters working for the elderly and sick. May Kansans[Read More…]

The Book of Life

Revelation 20:15 (NIV):  “All whose names were not found written in the book of life were thrown into the lake of fire.” Recently I watched a television series that shared about Alfred the Great in England. Although only loosely tied to history, the show shared that Alfred was committed to[Read More…]

Prayer: Embrace God’s Word

Heavenly Father, many who claim to follow You really don’t. They seem to only try to make You a savior without making You Lord. Please forgive us as a Church for allowing those in this situation to believe that they are okay, when they are not. May they, and all[Read More…]