Our Daily Bread


 in 2018 our webinars focused on our connection with God.  Much of our study was highlighted by key phrases in The Lord’s Prayer.  

In this Webinar its about finding, accepting, and appreciating Our Daily Bread.

Are you ready to be really nourished?

Four Text Lessons, Four Audio Recordings,

This is the permanent and durable instillation of that webinar

It is now available for you to download to your computer, or just to activate live links for listening in your own time at your convenience.

Subscribers will be sent links and a password to open directly, as well as instructions for how to download these files to your computer or other listening device.


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Our Daily Bread 

Sometimes Love is a noun.  Sometimes its a verb.  When we think about the true nature of our being and the will of God, Love is a noun.  When we think about the bread of life it is a verb.  The bread of life is what we do for ourselves, for others, and what they do for us; and, generally speaking how we cultivate life.  Most of all it refers to the abundant supply of life that God has provided for our every need.
We are provided for unconditionally.  However, we put conditions on life, and on our self.  In turn, others place conditions on us.
Of course, the hardest part is to accept and utilize all we have been given.  There are so many reasons we hold back, the main one being we are simply blind to all that is really here.  We must reach and discover in order to accept and feel worthy.  As Jeshua said, “Seek and you will find.”  Can it really be that simple?  This webinar will transform your life because it will put it on the main track to where everything you seek is less resisted by life.
This webinar has been conducted through conference calls and online lesson study.  All calls will be recorded for playback and permanent download to your computer.



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