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Tips On How to Keep a Bible Study Journal

Ok, you guys, here is a page from one of my personal Quiet Time Journals. Ignore the spelling and grammar errors, please. 🙂 Keeping a Bible study journal is my favorite way to engage with Scripture in my quiet time. It helps me process…

Goal Setting Part 4: Revamping our Spiritual Life

Watch the Facebook Live video for this post, here Goal setting in your spiritual life? It’s a strange concept, isn’t it? Maybe not. If anything, we’re wise to be mindful of our relationship with God and seek ways to improve it. Because let’s face…

Goal Setting Part 3: New Pathways and New Habits

    When I was a little girl one of my favorite things was the first “Big Snow!” (4-6”) Okay, Minnesota Girl here, stick with me. I would call my friends, and we would gather at our favorite sledding hill. Once there, we would…

Journey to Bethlehem: O Come All Ye Faithful

And so it begins. Do you feel like Christmas has snuck up on us? I sure do. I’m having a hard time believing we start December in just a few days. Thanksgiving was just last week as it seems like it was yesterday. Even…

Goal Setting Part 2: Declaring Your End Point and Needed Resources

Determining what you’re going to need to conquer your goals is a critical and often missed step in goal setting. Okay, so it’s a critical step I missed. Often. But I discovered something amazing

Goal Setting: Determining Home Base

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Waiting Well–When the Answer Comes

It was Halloween. I was at my chiropractor’s office and my phone vibrated, signaling an email delivery to my author account. It was an email from

Waiting Well–Be Still

Being still is not my strong suit. Waiting and patience… …even less so. As I write this, I’m walking on my treadmill instead of sitting at my desk. I’ve learned the hard way, when I sit too long I get fidgety and bored and

Waiting Well–Commit Thy Works Unto the Lord

I’m curious. As you strive to wait well, do you commit everything you do to God? Do you fully give Him your dreams and plans? Do you hand them over? Or are you like me and want to keep a hand, a finger on…

Waiting Well–It’s Kind of Like Making Bread

  I was getting ready to make bread today and started to laugh. I know, a strange thing to do when getting ready to bake. I laughed because I realized making bread is a metaphor for my current season. Have you heard this statement?…

So How DO You Support a Writer, Anyway?

This post was originally a Facebook Live video, but I had several people ask me to post it so they could share it with their readers or print it off. I left it in outline format to make it easier to find subheadings. How…

Ephesians 3:20–Scars That Shine

I apologize this didn’t get out on Saturday as planned. I was blessed to be present with family and friends. To encourage others in need and to be blessed in return. And now back to regular programming 🙂 Have you heard of the Japanese…

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