God is in all of the details. Even the small ones.
During suffering, we cannot forget that we are not in heaven yet. God never promised life on earth would be perfect and pain free. We can't expect it to be.
With Easter right around the corner, it's time to start thinking Easter Baskets. The grocery and toy store isles are filled with vibrant color this time of year and I absolutely love it. As a former art teacher, I never shy away from bold colors. Spring is my happy place! When thinking about Easter … Continue reading Budget Friendly Easter Basket Ideas
Maybe your faith and trust is like dust in the wind. But he's got you.
... many times I am so focused on figuring out God's will for my life tomorrow, that I neglect God's will for my life today.
One of the most heart-wrenching moments of infertility comes when you lack the words to pray. You want to pray, but you literally can't.
We cannot just sit on our heels and love the ones immediately around us. We need to make a point to ask God to open our eyes to those who need love in our midst.
I've gathered my favorite Valentines cards, t-shirts, and goodies for Galentines, co-workers, family, nieces, or nephews!
"Our weaknesses and flaws can become portals for God's grace, windows to display his glory." (pg 21) I don't know about you, but I must look like a swiss cheese portal!
(New to the blog? This group devotional series is a place for women to fellowship via social media. All are welcome to participate, even if you haven't read. See my post, "Flourishing in Social Fellowship" for more info. Gather at my instagram page every Friday for discussion.) Today has been an emotional day and I'm … Continue reading Social Fellowship: Week 2