Living Intentional. I was having a conversation with a fellow mom and minister the other night and we were discussing the importance of living intentionally. With the crazy distractions of this culture, notifications and alerts screaming at us with our pocket sized computers that we carry with us everywhere, we could truly miss so much
Author: Francine Ivey
Wow!! I just heard this on a podcast! It really made me think. What am I taking for granted? It’s so easy to take the most important things in our life for granted. Why is that? We choose to put our jobs over family Yet at the end of our life we would be calling
This pic may not look like much but it actually says a whole lot. It says we are healing but it also shouts our loss. It makes us smile but also makes us sad. Grief is still messy even after 2 years have passed. You see these steaks were seared and then cooked in the
Stop and smell the roses. Bloom where your planted. Savor the moments. Every place and in every moment that God has you in … has a purpose.
On the day that Jesus died, when He took his last breath, the veil in the holy of holy‘s was split right in half! Can you imagine that moment? I am sure there was a whole range of emotions from fear to excitement to unbelief! What did the veil represent? What limitations did it represent?