Archive | impressed upon my heart

I’m hosting an IG Auction with a Purpose TODAY!

Good morning! If you’ve been following along via Instagram or read my post earlier in the week about my friend Heather, you know I’m hosting an Instagram Auction today! I just wanted to make sure…absolute sure…you knew about it so you could bid, if you’re interested! Remember, all proceeds go to Heather’s ministry as she […]

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february (free) print + lock screen memory verse…and mini Bible study

I spent a lot of time praying about what verse(s) God wanted me to both dwell upon this month, as well as to share with you. And as always, He made it abundantly clear what I was in need to put to heart and memorize: Ephesians 4:2-3. I’m hoping it’s something that He will speak to […]

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what Season are you in? + friendship

I have a few sweet friends who I haven’t seen for awhile. Friends I miss greatly after moving away from San Antonio and toward Denver. They’re the kind of women of substance who want to know the real, nitty gritty part of one another’s lives. (source) Without fail…whether it’s over an open Bible or a […]

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I’m taking over GLOW this weekend!

As you may know, I contribute over at GLOW: Live as Light from time to time. They’re an amazing Christian lifestyle blog who helps women strive to live as the light of Christ. The blog features authentic stories about Jesus loving women, encouraging each other as we walk through life together, daily pursuing Him. Today I posted over […]

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want a little update on my book?

I’ve had a lot of questions lately on the status of my book. If you’ve been wondering too…well, here ya go! I have wanted to share updates with you…but I’m at a place where I’m just waiting. Sort of. I have learned most publishers won’t accept unsolicited materials, which means if you don’t have a […]

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September (free) memory verse lock screen for your phone!

Oh what encouragement I have for you this month! Ok, it’s Joshua & God’s encouragement…I just made it a little pretty. Though I used the NIV for our lock screen, click here for Joshua 1:9 in The Message, it’s translation just bursts encouragement and hope! And to be honest, I’m needing a little encouragement right […]

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lock screen memory verse (be still)

Memorizing scripture is so important, yet I’m terrible at doing it. Do you struggle with it, too?! Keeping God’s Word steadily in my thoughts has been weighing heavily on my heart lately…so I’ve begun making these every month to save on the Lock Screen on my phone. And it’s helping! Since my phone is constantly by my […]

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your calling, not theirs. (trusting God + our callings PART 2)

Earlier this week I posted in part 1 of this series how we were (supposedly) going to destroy our family as we responded to God’s calling upon our lives. We talked about what to do when no one supports your calling. And I left you with this reminder… /////////////////////////////////// So lets continue on with it, shall we?? […]

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a (different) look at being content.

Contentment. Aren’t we always asked to have it? Expected to have it, right? But I’m going to be honest with you. When I’m content, I feel out of God’s will. Sounds strange, doesn’t it. Before you think I’ve completely lost it, let me explain what I mean… I’ve mentioned in this post how after college, I […]

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your story

I wasn’t planning on doing a blogpost on my time at Hope Spoken a few weekends ago. Yet, here I am sitting in the sun-filled windowseat in our family room, peering out at a gorgeous Denver day doing exactly that. Hope Spoken. Yes it was. This incredible weekend away, at a conference where I knew […]

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giving God your plans + embracing silence {with printable Bible Study}

I had different plans for my life than being a mom {remember this post?}. I majored in Art History in college and completely fell in love with traveling when I took a year off to go to Capernwray, a Bible School in England and traveled all over Europe with a handful of girlfriends. All that […]

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{never} think your child is too young to make a difference.

Last summer before six year old Anton traveled with us to Ethiopia {see here for post}, we talked a lot with him about how the trip would put him outside his comfort zone. We warned there would be times that he’d feel uncomfortable with his surroundings and with the food. We stressed heavily that it was […]

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