"Most people seem to believe that success is limited to a certain group of people who bear distinct success qualities, or they believe that only a certain segment of society has any hope of achieving success--and that segment is not the segment of which they belong. Others firmly believe that success is something that can… Continue reading Are You Living a Successful Life?
"Help us not to waste our time on useless viewing, which turns into useless living." This phrase has been on my mind recently. There are so many things that pull our minds in different directions this time of year. Over this past year, God has really been convicting me about what I spend my time… Continue reading Using Our Time Well
Beauty is somewhat of a touchy subject these days. In the fashion movement there was such an immense push for women to be seen as perfect; which I don't know if you've looked around recently, but sadly none of us are. So this caused a whirlwind of self-focus and an overemphasis on self-esteem. Thankfully now… Continue reading Beauty in God’s Eyes
Hello everyone! I hope your new year has been going well so far. This post today correlates with my word for the year, which is intentionality, you can read more about that here. Obedience is something we're commanded to do in the scriptures. But as we delve more deeply into the word of God, we… Continue reading Committed to Obedience
My word for the year is intentionality. This is something I picked up from one of my blogging friends, Jami Balmet. She has been such an encouragement to me this past year. Take a minute to check her out, here. She has been doing a word of the year for quite some time and this… Continue reading Intentionality
God works in mysterious ways. And He always has a plan for our lives
I know for me personally I can easily fall into this sin, I often say to myself, "oh I'm fine I'm just relaxing after this super busy day..." but that usually means for me scrolling through social media for about 2 hours until I feel guilty enough to get up and be productive. I know… Continue reading The Slippery Slope of Idleness