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
I recently started the She Reads Truth: Mourning & Dancing study. My friend, Stacie, ordered a copy of this a few months ago and was blessed enough to receive two and shared with me. I’ve been holding on to it and decided last week to start this study as a way of lamenting the loss … More Lament on Anxiety
I’ve been a long time fan of the journaling bible. I got my first journaling bible (pink) in 2009, from my in-laws as a Christmas present. When you have a husband in seminary taking notes in your bible becomes second nature, and if any one who has tried this knows there is almost no room … More Journaling Bibles
If you’re like me you enjoy worship in a multitude of ways, in the past that has been through journaling and most recent in calming coloring while listening to music or a sermon. It means experimental music, journaling styles and lectino divina.
As one who has had her share of trials (read 7 moves in 7 years, 5 different jobs + getting a husband through a masters program & additional training program), do this girl a favor and stop telling people, good hardworking people, that God will not give them more than they can handle. Because all … More When Life is More than you can Handle
I jumped on the journaling bible bandwagon in 2010, when it was more of a Radio Flyer Wagon for one or two. Since then bible journaling has become an insanely popular phenomenon.
Kayla and I are focusing on something a little different today our ‘Bible Bags’. I don’t have a tote specifically for my bible and study books, the way Kayla does. Instead my bag is a pencil bag that holds all my art journaling tools together. Let me show you what I mean…
I am not Catholic. I have attended mass and respect the Catholic Church.
Admittedly, I have not volunteered or done any VBS (vacation Bible school) teaching or planning since I was in college.
I am an avid routine keeper, somedays are harder than others especially as a work from home individual! But my day always includes one hour with God, either before I ‘go’ to work or after work and lunch of course.