Lots of my workdays are because things need to get done. But today I worked on subduing some of the chaos that's going on right now. I had brought up an old work bench/table thingy from the basement last week to turn into my potting bench/outdoor workspace. But before I could really do anything with … Continue reading Beautification Day
Christians know and cherish the story of Elijah hiding in the mountains, waiting for God to speak to him. The Almighty's voice was not in the wind, the earthquake, or the fire. He was in a still small voice. This is sometimes used to promote disciplines of silence and solitude, meditation on Scripture, or cultivate … Continue reading God Speaks
Sometimes our feelings tell us that God is silent. But when we complain that God is silent, when we're straining to hear the voice of God, what we're really saying is that we have exhausted this final decisive Word He has spoken to us in the person of Jesus and in the pages of Scripture. … Continue reading Just a Thought
Guys, I could cry. And I hate crying, it's gross... Snot everywhere, ugly cry face... Eew. But really. I don't know how it happened that we had such a huge oversight, but we had hammered down resolve to pay off debt and get out from under car payments and "emergency use only credit cards." And … Continue reading No Goats…again…
I did some more prep work in the garden. Finished up the wattle trellises for the peas, so it's ready to go when I direct sow the peas in a few weeks. I like it; wattling is cathartic and the end result is quaint and rustic. I know I've already mentioned it, but it reminds … Continue reading Getting Ready for Spring!
It has been a MONTH! I tell you! Not only have my husband and I been striving to lean into Christ more than usual, we've faced opposition at almost every turn! We traded vehicles to significantly reduce our car loan debt. And it's like all the spiritual forces od wickedness decided to lay into us … Continue reading Spiritual Warfare
24 Jacob was left alone, and a man wrestled with him until daybreak. 25 When the man saw that he could not defeat him, he struck Jacob’s hip socket as they wrestled and dislocated his hip. Genesis 32:24-25 Jacob is one of the most personally relatable people in the Bible for me. Not the whole … Continue reading My “Jacob” Life
There are some posts I write because I feel led to share things. There are others I write because I need them as a means to preach the Gospel to myself. And there are still others I write because, well someone has to. Whether anyone reads them or not. This is one of the 3rd … Continue reading Life on Mars, But Not in the Womb.
It seems like a lifetime has passed since I first dreamed the potager garden. In reality, it's been about a year and a half. But it is surreal that the time to plan and plant is quickly approaching! This has been my brain child for so long, it's actually hard to believe that I've gotten … Continue reading Potager Planning
Hate is a strong word... Let's use disdain instead. I hate disdain being labeled a millennial Christian. Why? Good grief, where do I start? The Millennial generation is the most self-victimized generation in decades. We've coined terms like "triggered" "safe-space" "selfie" "white privilege" "body shaming" and any number of endless "phobias" Millennials are chiefly responsible … Continue reading I Hate Being a Millennial Christian