[She laughs without fear of the future] I'm thrilled to get back to blogging! This marks my third consecutive New Year's Post! I'll be doing this in two steps. As you can see, I'm set on continuing the theme of moving forward. How about you? Are you ready to leave the past behind? Spring Cleaning? … Continue reading Step One: Shred the Past
Part 1 can be found right here. [Change your hearts] As I was going over every possible place that mold could be hidden from sight, I thought of Laura Story's song "Blessings." Though I initially reacted with panic at the sight of mold, it turned out to be a huge blessing. August, September and October were … Continue reading Remedy for the Heart: Part 2
Okay, so my OPTIONAL Tuesday posting came sooner than I thought. I can't resist sharing these two amazing songs. If the devil has been on your back, it's time to tell him where he can go. Zach William's "Under My Feet" is a fight song. Who better to address, than the one who's stirring the … Continue reading Freedom
This sermon series is SO good. I may continue to share it. This particular sermon is about honoring the name of God, which is the third of 10 commandments. All of the commandments can be found here in the Book of Exodus. Here's an excerpt from the sermon: Examples of breaking the third Commandment: Using God's name … Continue reading Above All Names
--that is, before and after going gluten-free. (I may expand on the health reasons behind why I went gluten-free in a future post.) All of these pics are a little over a decade old now. I almost typed "century." Haha. Before Going Gluten-Free ...more raisin bread there is, yes. After Going Gluten-Free Andrew says … Continue reading Before and After
[Get behind me, Satan!] We all know that words are powerful. We've been built up by them, and we've been cut down by them. One thing I know for certain is that the devil wants me to overthink and fret about what I write and share. I know that I'm not the only one he'd … Continue reading I Won’t Be Afraid To Be Me
[He purified their hearts by faith] Sometimes it's a challenge to soar. Many times this season I've lost sight of the joy of the Lord's salvation. Soar To soar means more than just to fly; it means to rise swiftly, to feel the wind slipping below you as you ride it higher, higher, higher. Flying is just … Continue reading Renew a Flight Spirit Within Me!