Our world tells us that a quick 10-second “Praying for you!” post on social media or asking someone how they are as you pass them by is a thoughtful gesture of love. We have subtly come to believe that as long as we do something, we were ‘present’, and that is enough. But present doesn’t simply mean ‘in person.’
How many of us look back on our days, our weeks, and wonder where the time went? The urgency of our days seems to overtake our best-laid plans to intentionally live into each moment and each relationship.
by Ginger Goss I found a kitchen hand towel a few years back that said, “May you be as happy as a bird with a french fry.” And... I fell in love! Something about it just makes me smile every time I see it ... and even giggle... i just love it! Plus.... it also… Continue reading Happy as a bird with a french fry
Hey Beloved Ladies, I am excited to begin our Fall Beloved Bible Study in person on September 3rd and online on September 10th. We are going to be using John Eldridge’s new book, “Get Your Life Back: Everyday Practices for a World Gone Mad” as a guide for the eight week study. Our world has… Continue reading Beloved Fall Bible Study
I’m at the beach today, sitting in the shade of a little tree and listening the waves gently lap against the shore. The white sand beneath my feet is damp from rain and it is the perfect consistency to build a sand castle. It's so hot today that I’ve already gone into the water to… Continue reading You Have It In You