I shared this infograph on my Facebook wall a few weeks back. There was no attribution, no link back, no nothin’. One of my friends said, “That’s from Jen Hatmaker’s book ‘Interrupted’.” I’m so thankful she shared that info. I’ve … Continue reading
I am so happy! Lovely Wesa has written a post about her and hubby Steve’s quickly approaching (two days!) trip to Africa. If you recall I wrote a previous post about the amazing things God is doing there. If your … Continue reading
In my last post, I explained that our church is supporting a missionary family in Africa. Part of that work includes a school–the AIC Lare Oibor Child Development Center to be exact. Our church was lucky enough to connect with … Continue reading
I promised you another God moment and here it is. Our church supports a missionary family in Sambura Maa, Africa which is close to Meru, Africa. Wondering where that’s at? Take a look below. There’s been some AMAZING stuff happening … Continue reading
I love seeing God at work. Some times you don’t have to look very hard. I’m finding the more I let go of “me” the more I see God at work.
Posted in Religion, Thankful, Volunteering
Tagged CASA, community, Cycle CASA, friends, fun, God, nature, people, Sunflower CASA, thankful
Warning: this video is powerful. You might be amazed. You might be freaked out. Your heart might break. Your heart might jump out of your chest. Whatever happens, I’m betting your wheels will start turning… Seconds – I Am Second.
I have a confession. I have been very grumpy lately. Just ask my family. I’m sure they would wholeheartedly agree! If I give myself permission to be grumpy, I think I could follow suit all darn day. The key for … Continue reading
Posted in Gardening, Religion, Thankful
Tagged faith, gardening, God, nature, peonies, plants, religion, spirituality, spring, thankful
Growing up I attended a Catholic school until middle school. We attended church and God was in our life. You would think that meant there was a strong chance I would grow up being a Christian. But I wasn’t. As … Continue reading
Posted in Religion, Thankful
Tagged church, Easter, God, Jesus, love, praise, relationships, religion, sept 11 attacks, spirituality, thanksgiving
Today our local CASA (Court Appointed Special Advocate) program, Sunflower CASA Project honored the 160 abused and neglected children served by their CASA volunteers in 2011. One hundred sixty children were in the Riley, Clay or Pottawatomie County court system … Continue reading
While driving to work this morning I heard this song by Gungor and thought how fitting for our new garden, spring time and Easter. It reminded me of this verse as well–Psalm 139: 13-16 For you created my inmost being; … Continue reading