I choose my word for the year by looking back over the previous year and recalling the ways God was at work in my life. I think about the blessings and the trials of the year, and I review the passages of Scripture that were most precious to me during those times. As I mentioned… Continue reading My Word For 2020
This is the third year in a row that I've chosen to read through the Bible in one year, and it has been the greatest blessing of my 30's! As I've thought about it, there are three specific ways that this practice has impacted my life. I'm sharing them with you today, not to applaud… Continue reading The Greatest Blessing of the Decade + A Challenge For You!
Christmas can be a wonderful time - and it can also be a miserable time. No family is perfect or free from difficulty, whether it's a strained relationship, a family member who always causes issues, a recent loss, financial strain or separation from loved ones who aren't able to be with you for Christmas. It's… Continue reading 3 Things To Pray Before Christmas
This year I chose the word communicate to be my theme for 2019. My original intent was for this word to be applied two ways: With my husband: I want to be very careful to communicate love, faithfulness, appreciation, respect, friendship and closeness with Paul. This might require specific words, specific actions or a specific… Continue reading My Word of the Year for 2019: Final Check-In
I've spoken about the daily practice that has changed my life - reading/listening to one chapter of Proverbs every day. It gives me practical help each day as I fill the roles of wife, sister, daughter, friend, employee, and as I mentioned Monday - homemaker. I'm inviting you to join me as we read through… Continue reading Let’s Read Proverbs Together!
Being such a lover of planning and list making, I'm also a lover of being in control. As the weeks and days got closer to our Disney vacation, I kept feeling this weird emotion/panic that didn't make sense. I was so excited for the upcoming vacation and had enjoyed planning and preparing for our week… Continue reading Confessions of a Worrier
I like to write homemaking posts where I acknowledge how dirty and and cluttered our homes can be - and then inspire you by showing how I've cleaned and organized my home. I want to do the same with this post. Marriage is hard and definitely not as easy as organizing a closet, but there… Continue reading Thoughts On Marriage, Divorce and Hope