Virtual Bible Study Questions–Week 1

Virtual Bible Study Discussion Questions and Homework   Whether or not you were part of the Virtual Bible on April 1, 2020, welcome to my website! I am excited to be a part of this online community! Below are the questions we discussed plus homework for next week. The homework […]

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My Pep Talk to Myself about Social Distancing and the Coronavirus

I have been silent during the past few days because, honestly, I haven’t known what to think nor what could I add to an already loud conversation. As my family and I find our new rhythm, I am now ready to jump back into my ongoing conversation with you through […]

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Why I’m Starting a New Volume in My Life

I always want to stay positive but real with you. Today I’m sharing part of my recent journey. It starts as a bit of a downer. My prayer is that you will read on to see God’s goodness and that maybe you can find a point of connection and encouragement […]

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If I Could Give You One Gift for 2020. . .

If I could give you one gift for the upcoming new year, I would give us all supernatural blinders. These blinders would give us the superpower to keep our focus on Jesus and the abundant life He came to give us (John 10:10). We could see and be involved in […]

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One Little Question That Is Growing My Faith

I’m always on the lookout for ways to be more self-aware, especially when it helps me grow spiritually, I can’t explain why. That’s just me. About three weeks I had an idea for a new section to my bullet journal to help me grow in my relationship with God. I call […]

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Be a Little Braver

Lately I feel I’ve been spending a lot of time thinking about what God wants me to do next and strategizing how to do it, but not doing it. Sounds like the definition of procrastinating, doesn’t it? Then God showed me this vision. An obscure object was laying in the […]

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What I’m Learning This Week

My bullet journal* is a constant work-in-progress. And being such is the benefit of a bullet journal—each person making their journal work for their own needs. In the weekly part of my bullet journal I have a section where I list what I’m learning this week. Writing it down during the […]

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I’m Not Whining, But. . .

To be honest, I’m having a hard time writing this blog because no matter how I reword it, I sound like I’m whining. I’m not. Really. I’m sharing what’s in my heart at the moment. I’m wondering if anyone ever feels this way except me. Right now, weeks past vacation, […]

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When Your Kids Keep Making Decisions You Don’t Agree With

Yep, it happened again. One of my kids made a decision that I didn’t agree with. In fact, I was absolutely against it. When she shared her plan with me I gave her my reasons why her plan was not a good idea. My wisdom did nothing to change her […]

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How I Found Happiness Amidst Struggle

If there’s one thing I learned in the difficult season my family recently went through, it’s that the key to happiness is not found in carefree, perfect days all strung together as far as the eye can see. That’s not reality. If we wait for the perfect string of days […]

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