Here is a link to a Facebook Live I did today about my newsletter coming on April 1. https://fb.watch/4zmzwwnAhg/ More details will be here on the blog tomorrow!
This is the beginning of Holy Week. Without this week, there would be no hope.None. Each day, you and I would walk around weighed down by guilt and shame of sin. This week, the steps Jesus Christ took to the cross, to the tomb, and to his resurrection changed the world and ejected Satan fromContinue reading “And so it begins…”
As a mom of four, I often feel like a broken record. I need a recording of myself saying, “please put your plate in the dishwasher, pick up your room, put away your clothes.” Is that even a thing anymore? Broken CD? DVD? I am old enough to remember my little blue record player. IContinue reading “A Broken Record”
How is your read-through going? To be honest I am a bit behind, but I’ll get caught up this week. If you are behind, no worries! Thankfully this isn’t a race. The important thing is that you are spending time in God’s word each day. My daughter asked a great question this week. She saidContinue reading “March Plan & Tips”
Here we go again… I remember trying to read through the Bible multiple times over the past several years. I do well with Genesis and Exodus. The story is somewhat easy to follow and keeps my attention. Then comes…Leviticus. If you are reading the Bible through this year, reading through chronologically with me, or withContinue reading “Lost in Leviticus”
I don’t typically join in with the latest craze. The bigger the bandwagon the more likely I run in the other direction. I am not being self-righteous here, I am just stubborn. Don’t tell me what to do, who to follow, or what to watch. Ha! Most shows I watch are because I have foundContinue reading “Hope”
2020 did not give us many great things to take with us into 2021. There are plenty of things I would like to leave at the threshold as I step through the doorway into the New Year. You have your list and I have mine, but I think we can all agree that COVID isContinue reading “Choose Different”
Throughout my life, I remember when specific holidays looked different for me. I remember the first time I divided Thanksgiving between my family’s home and my fiancé’s (at the time). I cried, not because I didn’t love my fiancé or his family, but because change is hard especially when it makes you feel things youContinue reading “Make New Memories Thanksgiving 2020”