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Time To Talk?

By Joe Buchanan

Tara and I love our morning routine of sharing a cup of coffee together before I leave for work. We spend about 20 minutes going over any family business, talking about what our day holds, or sharing what is on our hearts. Some mornings we really connect and wish we had an hour longer. Some mornings we don’t say much at all. Other mornings we just don’t connect, and we can get irritated with each other over a misunderstood comment. Either way, we have always committed to that morning time together regardless of how we’re feeling.

We know our marriage needs that daily communication to stay connected. It lays a foundation of trust, understanding, and teamwork.

The same holds true with our communication with God.

Regular, everyday conversation with God is even more important. Some days our prayers might feel awkward and powerless. Maybe it feels like we’re just going through the motions. But it’s not always about what we say or what we experience. Prayer is about showing up, sharing our heart, and choosing to listen.  As we commit to that daily practice, we will find ourselves closer to the Lord and hearing His voice more clearly.

Rejoice in hope, be patient in tribulation, be constant in prayer. Romans 12:12

WCIC wants to encourage those regular conversations with God.

If it’s been a while since you’ve talked with God, it’s never too late to reconnect.

We hope the songs and messages you hear on WCIC draw your eyes to our Savior, Jesus! He is always listening, and He is always there. And He wants to hear from you! Maybe start the conversation with these lyrics from “Lord, I Need You” by Matt Maher:

Lord, I need You, oh I need You

Every hour, I need You

My one defense, my righteousness

Oh God, how I need You


Click Here to learn how to make prayer a part of your daily life.

And if we can be praying for you, please visit our Prayer Center!

 If you have not yet met Jesus, find out more about Him here, Who is Jesus


Joe Buchanan

Joe Buchanan, Station Manager