Give Thanks

Friends, get ready. God is faithful to fulfill His promises and He promises us an abundant life. When we live a life grateful, even for the small things, our lives start to become full, just like God intended.

November 13th, 2017|0 Comments

What Are You Celebrating?

Sometimes we get so caught up in what we're hoping for that we forget about the things right in front of us. When we approach life with an attitude of thankfulness and fill our minds with thoughts of gratitude, we find that even the small, every day victories are worth celebrating.

October 30th, 2017|0 Comments

Remember Who Entrusted You

The only real way we will be mothers who are devoted to God with deep abiding love and fear of the Lord is to understand His love for us. When we cry out to Him, His ears perk up and He turns His face towards us. (Psalm 40) When you're having a day like you’ve woke up in the pit before you even had a chance to fall into one, He is able to place your feet on the Rock of your salvation. He doesn't leave us wandering in life, and He certainly doesn't leave us flailing in motherhood.

May 12th, 2017|0 Comments

Learning to Finish a Season Well

I tend to keep my eyes ever fixed ahead. This tendency limits me from fully embracing and enjoying being right where I am. I wonder how many sweet moments I have missed because I was unable to look around me instead of ahead of me. As I am leaving one sweet season for the risky and unknown, I am trying my best to slow down, to savor, to commit, and to celebrate. It is these four things that I believe allow us to finish well so that we can begin strong.

March 15th, 2017|0 Comments

Finding Joy with 100 Days of Happy

"Find joy in the ordinary.” This quote knocked me off my feet my senior year of high school. I remember being stressed out, spread thin, and bogged down by new waves of responsibility. I was so close to the finish line, all I could think about was graduating and moving on to the next chapter of life. I was antsy and irritated, always trying to get on to the next thing.

February 24th, 2017|0 Comments