Viewing entries posted in February 2019
What is essential? That’s a question we’ve been collectively wrestling with in 2020. We’ve learned there are things we can do without, and things we need more than ever. Things like connection, hope, and encouragement.
Restoration Village is Northwest Arkansas' faith-based, long-term crisis shelter for women and children. They work to restore hope and break the cycle of abuse for women and children in crisis by providing safe shelter and life-changing services.
If I look back on my daily to-do list since March, “singing” hasn’t been one single task at all. In fact, I actually looked back on my digital task list for the past few months and if I had to describe the overall theme I’d say it’s more or less just “get through this.
Celebrate Recovery is a ministry where all are welcome to gather together to find hope and healing from Jesus for life's hurts, habits, and hang-ups.
Have you ever read a passage of scripture and had a hard time believing it? Perhaps you’ve stood in church for a worship song or hymn and struggled to make yourself sing the words.
In walks one of my little boys, and he is battling yet again. He is becoming overwhelmed with agitation and anxiety, because something he is playing with isn’t cooperating. It is a big, big problem! Things are just not going his way, and he is letting the whole house know about it loud and clear.
“Remember when you so badly wanted what you currently have?” I know what you’re thinking, this quote doesn’t seem all that exciting, at first glance it looks like one of quotes you’d see on Pinterest or printed across a trendy coffee mug.
The sky outside is a dense, soaked grey today. It reminds me of earlier this year when my husband and I watched from our living room window as menacing clouds rose up in the distance then stretched their fingers tentatively toward the ground. We live in tornado country and we don’t take such sights lightly.
When Daymara decided to create a place for people with disabilities to develop job skills baking bread seemed like a natural fit for the endeavor. After all, her last name is Baker.
My mother did an admirable job of teaching me the importance of good manners. Greeting others with a smile, speaking only when spoken to, chewing with your mouth closed; saying “please, ” saying “thank you. ” Early on I learned it was especially important that I personally write a thank-you note upon receiving a gift from someone.