Tag: inspiration

Follow Friday: Gail Sattler

Gail Sattler lives in Vancouver BC Canada, where you don’t have to shovel rain. When she’s not madly writing (Gail Sattler has over 40 published novels and novellas, plus a few works of non-fiction) she plays bass for an Elton John tribute band as…

My 15 Minutes: Let There Be Light (Genesis 1:1-2)

My 15 Minutes are my thoughts as I study God’s Word. This year one of my goals is to read through the entire Bible. As I move forward, I will share some of what God is teaching me in this experience Have you ever…

Follow Friday!! Michelle Bengtson

Michelle and I met through Facebook and have become prayer partners. She is an amazing woman of integrity and joy who practices what she preaches, even as she battles cancer. She knows what it is for Satan to steal your joy and to get…

DILIGENT. My 2019 WORD

Up until this past year, I haven’t jumped on the bandwagon of praying for a WORD for the year. Partly because I didn’t want to be sucked into a new fad but mostly because I didn’t see the point. I mean, what good can…

Follow Friday! Julie Holmquist

I was new to blogging. I had absolutely no idea what I was doing. I was terrified. Unsure. Insecure. Would anyone read what I’m writing? Is what I’m writing make sense? Is it worth reading? If you’re a writer, you’re intimate with these questions,…

Goal Setting Part 6: Time Management–Fast. Fluid. Flexible.

Time management is complicated. There are so many distractions, things, people, events, opportunities, and responsibilities vying for our time. Wanting, needing, demanding your attention. There are your own goals and ambitions to consider. Not to mention hobbies and the need to rest. Add in…

Musings on 2018. “TRUST Me.” & Top 5 Blog Posts.

2018 is gone. With all it’s highs and lows. Blessings and challenges. Victories and disappointments. When you look back over the year, what do you see? What thoughts are running through your mind? Emotions coursing through your heart? What is your attitude about saying…

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

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