about since austinThe blog of Rev. Heather Baker Utley: a mama in pajamas, procrastinating and innovating. Currently a pastor at Seattle's First Free Methodist Church, working on an M.Div at Seattle Pacific Seminary. Alum of Taylor University (Upland, IN). Mom of two little boys and wife to one music-loving youth pastor.
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“A single moment of absorption in God is more valuable than a longer period of prayer during which we are constantly in and out of interior silence. It onakes a moment for God to enrich us.”
Thomas Ryan, C.S.P. Prayer of Heart and Body. 74.
“A single moment of absorption in God is more valuable than a longer period of prayer during which we are constantly in and out of interior silence. It only takes a moment for God to enrich us.”
Thomas Ryan, C.S.P. Prayer of Heart and Body.