On Memorial Day, remembering with gratitude those who have served our country and made such a big sacrifice for our freedom.
Wishing you a beautiful day as we celebrate, honor, and remember our mothers.
“There is nothing in the world of art like the songs mother used to sing.” —Billy Sunday
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I received a review copy of A Standard of Grace; all opinions expressed are mine.
First of all, don’t you just love the cover design of this journal? Even before I opened it up, I had a feeling A Standard of Grace would be something I would enjoy sitting down with (with a cup of coffee!), and taking time to reflect and write about things in my journey toward a simpler, more peaceful, grace-filled life.
If you’re wanting more calm and less crazy in your life too, this guided journal is designed to inspire you and help you along that path. It’s divided into fifty-two weekly topics to help you discover what it means to live a life covered in grace. There are lots of Continue reading
There’s a movie that just came out called Breakthrough. It’s a true story about a mother, Joyce Smith, who would not give up hope and continued to pray after her teenage son John was clinically dead for almost an hour. He had fallen through ice on a lake in Missouri and had been underwater for 15 minutes. John was not expected to survive, but miraculously, his pulse came back. This movie is about the power of prayer, faith, hope, and an amazing miracle. Continue reading
For the last few years, I’ve been on a mission to simplify my life and declutter my home. I wrote a little about this in a past post of mine called Creating Quiet…about clearing out the unimportant, whether it’s activities or clutter, and focusing on what’s really important. I’ve made good progress, although I still have a ways to go! Continue reading