(This is a snap shot of our playlist on Spotify-I do not own any rights to the music or images created for these artists)
Today, I’m thankful for our Friday playlist. We have a group of songs that we play every Friday. It helps lighten our moods on weeks that are rough, and it helps us be even more excited about the weekend on good weeks.
Day 27: I am thankful for God’s faithfulness. His promises are true.
Day 28: I am grateful for Thanksgiving traditions.
Happy Thanksgiving, from our family to yours!
Today, I am thankful for breakfast.
Waffles, eggs, bacon, some OJ, and coffee.
Nothing makes my heart happy like a good ole’ family breakfast.
What are you thankful for today?
Hey friends! I’m going Live today on Both Instagram and my Facebook page to share advent stuff I got and what we will be reading from the Bible.
If I don’t see you over there, feel free to watch the replay- and I’ll be looking for comments or questions!!
So, over the days that I was doing the Health Journal…I realized that the format for all of the “categories” wasn’t working for me.
I’m honestly not in a tension spot to change my nutrition, at the current moment…so, I’m going to focus my journals, going forward, on progress of the actions I am ready to make.
I love that this is a journey…and I get to decide what I am ready for…and what I’m not ready for—-and all of that is just fine! It’s ok that I’m not ready to focus on nutrition, yet. It will come…and right now, I will focus on the things that I am ready for.
Here are my new categories.
Feel free to follow along with me in whatever capacity you’re ready for.
How do I feel?
Areas for growth:
A while back, I posted how my husband’s grandpa sat and talked with us, this summer. He told us how he would sit down with a pastor, every time he had a new pastor. He would tell the new pastor “If you aren’t stepping on my toes, I’m not going to be sitting in these pews”. He went on to say that too many people nowadays only want to be praised. They don’t want to be held accountable, and be told the areas they need to grow in.
Yesterday, at church, I was grateful to hear our pastor say some hard things. To challenge the congregation. That we may not be who we think we are in any given situation.
I’ve heard this before. But, it was the first time that it felt authentic and genuine.
So, today…I’m grateful for pastors who step on their congregations toes. I’m sure you get a lot of complaining emails for it. But, know that there are some of us who support it!