- Pre-teen angst
- Potty training
- Busy work schedules
- Swim lessons
- Cub Scouts
- ROCK Group
- Sunday morning church
- Family time
- Family movies nights
- Family game nights
- Adventures with older kids and toddler with grandma
- Reading books
- Working out
Friday, December 08, 2017
Thursday, November 30, 2017
This book was a very good read. It was a story of love, of war, of sickness and death, of poverty and rations, of family and friends. It was compassion for people.
I cried through the book, but look back at some great beauty and courage in all the sadness.
It is rich with deep characters and stories and hard to describe.
I read the bulk of this book on vacation. Mostly while riding in the car. It was a great read and gave me several things to think about.
It was a reminder to me that most of your life is lived in the small weekday moments; the every day lists, chores, activities, etc. We don't live most of our lives on weekends, vacations etc. It's the simple things that make up our story. We may not have this grand major project that that defines our life and work in Christ, and that is okay. Every moment of our small lives should be filled with Christ and the work of his kingdom. We ask for "our daily bread," not our life plans.
I was reminded that I may not always have clear direction, but faith and trust that I am still loved and important.
I am reminded that I am small, in a good way, and that is a beautiful thing to be a small part of God's wonderful kingdom.
Wednesday, November 08, 2017
Monday, November 06, 2017
Thursday, October 26, 2017
God goes with us just as he went with the Israelites. We have the Holy Spirit as our guide.
Jesus is our sun; he is our light we should reflect in the world.
Sermon notes. Based on scripture from Exodus 33:12-23.
Thursday, October 12, 2017
I'm praying it with my girls so they will learn it too.