Y’all, I am so overwhelmed at the moment—thankful for a God who is so patient with me. So patient that He will continue to provide reminders of His love for me, that He will continue to show me His truths over and over again until I finally begin to grasp them, that he never stops … Continue reading Overwhelmed with Thankfulness
Y’all, I love how God works. Have you ever felt like God has put together your own personal Bible study for you? You know those times when everywhere you look, you hear the same message from different sources? I’m in the middle of one of those times and it is incredible. I’ve been reading in … Continue reading Bloom Where You Are Planted
Choosing a word for the new year each year has kind of become a thing, at least in many of the internet circles I run in. I noticed it for the first time a few years ago, as some different bloggers and friends I follow started talking about doing so. I’m going to be honest … Continue reading Word of the Year
Recently, I was praying while driving. I was praying about this blog and about the new direction God has called me in, praying about what I needed to share next. As I prayed on the way to where I was going, a song came on the radio and caught my attention. A few hours later, … Continue reading Hope Dweller Stories
Hey, y’all! It’s been a while! 🙂 Our summer has been busy with finishing up our school stuff (we homeschool and got a late start last year) as well as with summer fun and trips so I haven’t been able to blog as often as I have wanted. (Not to mention the 18 month old … Continue reading A New Direction
“If we could all start thinking of mistakes, failures and 'doors closing' as the orchestration of God’s hand in our life, they wouldn’t seem like tragedies but opportunities.” -Deanne Sewell A friend of mine recently shared this on Facebook and it really hit home. She was sharing about the next steps one of her sons … Continue reading Tragedies . . . Or Opportunities?
Several years ago, my husband and I did Dave Ramsey’s Financial Peace University. (I highly recommend it, by the way, though that’s not the point of my post.) Bear with me a minute while I explain where I’m headed with this. If you’ve done Financial Peace University, then you know how helpful it is for … Continue reading Reclaiming Time