From the Breastplate of St. Patrick

I gave this to my husband Mike on his 40th birthday.  It was hand scribed by my friend Pam Riddell.  Soak in the beauty and meaning of St. Patrick’s prayer and legacy.



thank you…at 72 your article on E Elliot who i met in the 80’s when studying at Gordon Conwell ….is inspiring…
I am also the mother of an adopted child …from Romania…she is far away…and wont communicate…after choosing her father and his committment to exclude me…I trust God each day…and am daily living in hope because I pray for my grndchildren….and see that tho Anna had noone…her prayers ushered in the Lord Jesus…set on a course of intercession till 84…Anna …my new role model…thankyou ….I took a photo of your family and they are now on my war room wall too…love Lois


    Thank you for your kind words. I too have experienced adult children who will not communicate. It is heartbreaking, but we recognize it as spiritual warfare and trust God’s plan. Thank you for praying for us and I will add you to my prayers!


Real things from a real person who lived for Christ ,,,,no leprechauns and pots of gold and hallmark-ey junk 🙂


We read this in church yesterday. Great prayer!


We read this in church yesterday. A great prayer!


elizabeth sullivan March 17, 2014 at 1:49 pm

Thank-you for sharing this! I had never read this before and it is now my prayer as I navigate a very difficult time in my life! I pray for your beautiful family, Sharon! I really am enjoying the blog!


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