LEgacy of Love, Father's Day post, Legacy Linkup
I believe the most important thing to leave behind is not cash and property. These things do not last. But the spiritual legacy we leave lasts forever.
Antique wedding gown - three generations! How I repurposed my mother's wedding gown.
If you taped yourself, what would you hear. Let's practice what we speak.
MOVIE REVIEW - I Remember Mama - story of Norwegian immigrants to American in the turn of the 19th-20th century
When I’m pondering the possibility of veering off course in some small way, I remember the faithful example of Elisabeth Elliot, #LegacyLinkUp
Motherhood. I was blessed with a Godly heritage. It's easy to see why I wanted to be a mother. It seemed the greatest accomplishment to me, it still does.
You had a great life planned out. But here you are changing diapers, running a vacuum cleaner and planning daily meals. Or maybe typing business notes for your boss or scrubbing floors at a restaurant. How did you end up here? And how are you going to make any difference in the world doing this? … Continue reading How Your Simple Life Can Leave an Eternal Legacy
This is not my normal "Cooks Corner" article. I prefer to do funny and informative. But let's face it- we all have serious moments and seasons in our life. These seasons challenge and refine several points of our character. How we handle the refining of our character becomes the ingredients in our recipe for life. … Continue reading A Recipe For Life
When a weekly commitment that Christians are encouraged in the Bible to keep becomes a challenge to us because we do not feel like it, then it may be the time to remind ourselves that church is not really about us…it’s about God.