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Faith Like A Child

This is not a typical blog post for me, but I hope you don’t mind:)Over the last 6 weeks our church has been going through the Reset Journey that Crossroads Community Church developed. The basic premise of the journey is to reset our assumptions about God and church, and I have really enjoyed this series. One of the coolest parts about the series was going to the prayer walk at Crossroads. There were 13 stations set up that you walked through and each station had a different theme (worship, surrender, sacrifice, etc.) that you meditated and prayed about. I think the station that resonated the most with me was the one where we were challenged to receive Jesus like a child.

How can I learn to be more dependent on Jesus?

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Jesus, teach me to play and to be joyful.

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Show me where I am worrying about things I can’t control.

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I want to lose myself in your wonder.

“They say that I can move the mountains
And send them crashing to the sea
They say that I can walk on water
If I would follow and believe
With faith like a Child

They say that love can heal the broken
They say that hope can make you see
They say that faith can find a Savior
If you would follow and believe
With faith like a Child”

By the way, I photographed these beautiful babies during an editorial assignment for the Down Syndrome Association of Greater Cincinnati. I could have stayed there all day playing with them! They were so incredibly precious!!

April 10, 2009 - 2:44 pm

gina@kiwistreetstudios - hi kelly;) your ‘subjects’ in this post are ESPECIALLY beautiful…and… i just went through the rest program as well, but did not get to go through the 13 station set up, I was out of town.
love your work;) just wanted to stop and say hello;)
gina

April 6, 2009 - 11:36 am

Jenny - Kelly…there are no words! I love getting to see more of your inner beauty :)

April 6, 2009 - 11:07 am

Ryan - More of this awesomeness please!

Beautiful!

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