Here’s the thing. I’ve listened to the audio unabridged Little Women so many times that I feel a certain ownership, almost as if I wrote it myself. So if I sound a little possessive of the characters in my review of the 2019 adaption, that is why! I humbly consider myself to be rather an expert on the subject of the March family.Continue reading “Review: Little Women”
I have a Christmas story for you. It’s about how I lost my Christmas ornaments two years ago due to some false expecations about my future . . . but I found a reminder to worship.
I’m not posting the story on my blog right now — I’m just sending it to my email list. I invite you to enter your email address over on the right side bar (even if you are already a follower, you’ll still see an option to enter your email if you haven’t already).
Also, you might have to check your spam tomorrow because I’m sending the story via Mailchimp. 🙂
Merry Christmas, friends!
PS. If you still didn’t get the story this weekend and you want to read it, contact me and I’ll send it to you!
I’ve desired to write before I could spell. It amused me as a child, became a ministry as a teenager, and helped pay for education as a college student.
Writing has always been a big part of my identity, passion, and learning (because I was not born good at it!).
But I’m shy about it.Continue reading “Why Are We Shy About Our Gifts?”
Today is September 25th, and I began a new prayer journal.
It’s a thick hardcover with gold-rimmed flowers on the front. Writing the first page felt like signing a contract because I’ll probably be dedicated to this one for two years, thanks to its size and small lines. Were there any themes I wanted? Special purposes or ways to use it? A fancy way to write the date? Now was the time to begin a new tradition! Continue reading “Little Flocks”
There are over 150 million blogs on the internet. And I have added my fair share of them over the years. (Shout out to my mom who didn’t let me have a public blog when I was 14.)
Solomon’s famous words, “There is nothing new under the sun” are ancient themselves. So should I really be yet another voice in the sea of information?
I have been edified many times by the ministry of bloggers who proclaim God’s truth. There are countless resources out there, and I don’t claim to have anything new besides His mercies that are new every morning.
My goals are both to testify to God’s glorious grace and grow as a writer. If I had a thousand tongues (or pens…or blogs), I hope I would use every one to lift up praise to His worthiness.
Could we with ink the ocean fill,
And were the skies of parchment made,
Were every stalk on earth a quill,
And every man a scribe by trade;
To write the love of God above
Would drain the ocean dry;
Nor could the scroll contain the whole,
Though stretched from sky to sky.
The Love of God (Frederick Lehman)
My posts about life, lessons and love might sound cliche at times (just like that sentence). This might be because believers follow the same unchanging God with the same unchanging wonders and Words.
I’m going to write here because I need to be reminded of them every day.