If you’ve heard the garden analogies before, you may already know where I’m going with this story. My mind had become like the untended and uncared for garden. I didn’t think of my mind as a garden that needed tending. So it didn’t get attention. I didn’t know how ugly and unkempt my mind became. I did, at times, notice the fruit of it, mostly rotten fruit.
We just ordered our first family portrait Christmas cards and I’m beaming with excitement. One thing I love is to go out to the mailbox and see Christmas cards. We have an area in our kitchen dedicated to displaying Christmas cards and event invitations. Are you like me? Do you love it, too? This year […]
God speaks to each of us uniquely and creatively: directly to us in a sense, through someone or something around us, a memory, a vision, a song. The scenarios are limitless. I think it is important to take the limits off God and look for new ways He speaks to us each day. Sometimes hearing the way God spoke to someone else opens our minds to see how He wants to speak to us.
I’m finally chasing a dream to write a blog, 15 years in the making. You may wonder why it took me so long, and I could give you a litany of excuses. Instead, I will say, it was good for me to wait because I had to learn skills and lessons in order to get out of my own way and go on the journey I believe God has called me to travel.