Esther is one of my favorite books of the Bible. It’s in my top 3 Old Testament books if I’m going to be completely honest. This compact and concise bible study has almost everything you need.
I love short stories, maybe it’s because of my short attention span but I love how people are able to tell a well developed story, truth or made up in a concise way. I also love traveling. And I love a good adventure with some deep perspective.
In some ways the title of this blog post is a bit misleading, since this is a prayer journal there isn’t actually that much to read but I did read, pray and color through a weeks worth of the prompts.
We all have that one person in our lives, maybe it’s our mom, grandma, or even a devoted friend that you can always count on being in the kitchen, who thrives in sharing her gifts of cooking and hosting with her family and friends. When we lived in Colorado I was always baking bread, there … More Finished Reading: Devotions from the Kitchen Table
I admit I totally have a type; memoir, self help is totally my thing. A peek at my book shelf would confirm this. I also admit to being a bit reluctant to grab this one off the shelf.
My morning has changed a lot since the last time, I blogged about it HERE & HERE. I’m trying to be more intentional with how I spend my hours earlier in the day. No, I don’t get up at 5 am for a brisk run that aligns my heart and mind for the day but kudos to … More My 2017 Morning Routine + the Beautiful Word Devotional
As Kingfishers Catch Fire by Eugene Peterson is a collection of 49 sermons given by Peterson from his time as a pastor to a small congregation in Harford County Maryland between 1962-1991. There are seven parts to this book, each part is devoted to a distinctive approach that needs to be included in the whole counsel … More Finished Reading: As Kingfishers Catch Fire by Eugene Peterson
A collection of stories given on stage in front of a live audience about bravery, fear and life. Each story is put into a specific section of the book with a general theme, and each story leaves something with you.
Marriage books are hard. Marriage is hard. No one should ever step into it thinking it’s a cake walk. After nearly 10 years, my husband and I are still learning.
Ever feel like you just can’t get it together? And that everyone has it all together? Where did you go wrong? How are they getting it right? The problem first lies in believing that everything you are seeing is 100% real life. Second, is assuming they actually have it all together. *SPOILER ALERT: no one … More Finished Reading: Nothing to Prove