Jesus is with you every step you take. And he always will be. This is the way we have great meaning in our lives. Tell others how God has changed you and helped you. This will make your life more meaningful than it has ever been. 💙… Read More Your Potential is endless…
Often in the quiet moments of reflection, I discover that I have grown weary in my spirit, and have almost lost my hope without realizing it.
… Read More The Invisible becomes visible…
There are dozens of things to do during this down time in Quarantine! Be Creative! Be that fun mom who lets the kids get dirty and make things! … Read More Boredom To Delight: The Troll Village
Meditations and prayers as I prepare for a luncheon to honor the Elders’ wives from our church… Read More December Thoughts and Wishes
Proverbs 3:2… Read More Trust
We wanted to experience the challenge of making what we have “stretch” a bit more. We had loads of extra food in the pantry, and in the refrigerator, but by the end of the week, it was a challenge to put a balanced meal together. … Read More In Need or Plenty?
This past Sunday, my husband invited two new families from our church home with us for the afternoon. I rushed home, searching through the pantry… I had 3 cans of Tuna Fish on hand, and flour tortillas. With very basic ingredients, we were able to feed 3 families a delicious, casual meal of tuna roll ups, soup and salad, with Tasty Cakes for Dessert.… Read More Hospitality: How to Cut the Costs of Entertaining
We can “flavor the community” with salt in this manner, by practicing sharing and giving. Hospitality does not mean always having parties, showers, and dinners. It is more than that.… Read More Hospitality: Entertaining as Ministry
Whether it be drinking a cup of coffee together, or having an elaborate banquet, the object of hospitality is to give something of ourselves for the enjoyment of others.… Read More Hospitality: Open Heart, Open Home
This morning, I was reflecting on my role as a Mother. This wonderful job requires the skills of a teacher, counselor, maid, short-order cook, nurse, party planner, financial analyst, and chauffer! Unfortunately, the society we live in today has downplayed the importance of my role as a mom. I was reminded of this in church,… Read More The Only standard that Really Counts