“You are responsible for the way you’ll look back on your life when you’re eighty years old. You’re in control of the way you’ll feel that day in your rocking chair…” – Emily Ley, Grace not Perfection. I love this quote! And I’m loving this book! I don’t remember when, but when I heard the phrase… Continue reading In your rocking chair someday…
I just finished reading Tricia Goyer’s ‘Blue Like Play Dough.’ This is the first book I’ve read of hers, I loved the relatable way she writes and how encouraging she is. It felt like we were sitting across the table enjoying a cup of coffee while talking over the joys and trials of womanhood and… Continue reading Intimidating Friends
So much is said on Mary and Martha. I am always drawn to such discussions because I didn’t understand this passage and so often felt a bend towards Martha. I am a doer and I like being busy. I also get frustrated with those who choose not to help or seem lazy about accomplishing tasks.… Continue reading Mary and Martha
Oo, big subject. Sometimes difficult subject. But hopefully not a scary subject. God is taking care of us, fighting for us and protecting us. He wins. The end has already been decided. God wins. Spiritual warfare can look like many different things. Today I’m not talking about the horror movie type stuff. I’m talking about… Continue reading Spiritual Warfare
I love to read. I just read “Free to be Me” by Stasi Eldredge. I have read some of her and her husband’s other books and thought this would be a good one. It was! Although it is directed towards younger girls it had a lot of good insights that I needed to hear. One… Continue reading What do you really want?