Today is the first installment of a short background on four major stories of adoption in the Bible, and how we can relate to them through today's adoptions. We'll start with Moses, then Ruth, Esther, and finally Jesus. Let's jump right in!
Ever notice how quick people are to give their opinion? Sometimes it's helpful, sometimes it's wanted. Other times it's useless, unwanted, and possibly harmful. Putting your personal opinion aside, how do you know if their advice is personal or Godly?
Now that I've got you attention. Let's talk about what this season is.
"Sticks and stones may break my bones, but words will never hurt me." Remember that from childhood? It was what you'd say when someone called you a "meanie," "stinky," or said they didn't want to play with you. But didn't their words still hurt?
Today is the first day of February! Today we are starting a new scripture challenge! Check it out!
I've never been one with a huge group of friends. Probably because I have what some would refer to as "RBF," or to put it nicely "an unapproachable appearance."
National Read A Book Day was September 6th! So, in honor of that. I decided to put together a little list of my favorite Bible study books.
A new month brings on a new challenge! I hope you enjoyed last month's Hospitality Challenge! It definitely made me get out of my comfort zone and get to know others around me.
It's been awhile since I've posted anything. And to be honest, I was struggling with what to write about. I would come up with a topic, start writing, but could never finish. I couldn't get out of my head enough to write something meaningful. That's when it hit me. Who cares if it's meaningful to someone else, if it's meaningful to me and I can get something out of it, that's all that matters. Everyone is on a different path, and sometimes those paths cross.
Jesus lover, wife, momma, teacher, and hopeful writer.