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Cassandra Gay Banner
"Daughter Of The Most High God!" - Meet Cassandra!!!

Equipping women to welcome the fullness of the Almighty to the inmost parts
of our every day lives through studying His Word
and entering into authentic, biblical community.

Our Latest Journey Studies

Kneel Day 14 Surprising Answers: Digging Deeper

Effective prayer requires faith. When we pray we shouldn’t simply throw out our wants expecting God to answer in the way we desire. Instead, we are to pray about all situations in all circumstances, yes even the ones that seem like big, difficult requests or mundanely common. The key is to pray expecting God to answer; this is faith, believing God at His Word that He will answer even though we cannot see Him with our physical eyes.

Kneel Day 13 Surprising Answers

Have you ever been surprised by an answer to prayer?

The people praying for Peter in this account from Acts certainly were!
Peter has been imprisoned for following Jesus, and as he waits for his public trial after the Passover celebration, the church is “praying fervently to God for him.” (Acts 12:5)
They are under no illusions about how the situation is likely to end for Peter.

Kneel Day 12 In The Gap: Digging Deeper

Abraham and Rahab’s faith gave them confidence to obey. Simply believing God exists and that Jesus can save isn’t really the point. Yes, God wants everyone to be saved (1 Timothy 2:3-4), but He also pre-determines specific good works for us to do as we daily live out our genuine salvation (Philippians 2:12-13). Saving faith is proven true by our willingness to live out the proof of our faith by doing God’s good works, which looks like obeying Christ.

Kneel Day 11 In The Gap

Will you really sweep away the righteous with the wicked?” (Genesis 18:23)
Abraham’s question to the Lord hung in the air. The Lord had proclaimed the destruction of Sodom and Gomorrah because of the cities’ unrelenting depravity. Abraham knew he had no right to ask, but love for his nephew Lot, a resident of Sodom, drove him to boldly seek mercy, to intercede for him and his family. 

Current and Upcoming Journey Themes

In 2021 we explored knowing God’s will, meandered pathways of prayer, asked hard questions, unpacked true worship, hiked with Jesus, and came alive with truth! Dec 27, 2021 – Jan 1, 2022

We start well by knowing our end goal. If we begin 2021 on our knees, we will surely experience rich rewards by practicing prayer all year long! Sisters, let’s Kneel! Jan 3 – Jan 21, 2022

We train our bodies and curb our appetites, but what about training our souls for eternity? Let’s stretch our hearts and practice the discipline of following Jesus!
Jan 24 – Feb 11, 2022

What are the building plans for your life? Study the tactics of an ancient builder who restored a city and repurposed a people to worship with their whole lives. Let’s Build! Feb 14 – Mar 4, 2022

And the Word became flesh and dwelt among us, and we have seen his glory,
glory as of the only Son from the Father, full of grace and truth.
~John 1:14