tending tuesday: five tips for practicing prayer

Welcome to Tending Tuesday! This week I want to introduce Denise Prosser. She is a wife of 22 years and a mama to 4 daughters from central IL. She has experienced several facets of motherhood including various health issues and international adoption. God has taught her many lessons over the years, and she enjoys sharingContinue reading “tending tuesday: five tips for practicing prayer”

an invitation to her table

{five minute friday: she} She changed my life. She captured my heart and my attention from the beginning. I met a woman in my early years of walking with the Lord who I was taken by and sought to be mentored by from the start. She demonstrated Jesus so beautifully and with such grace thatContinue reading “an invitation to her table”

finding the healing we crave

I’m sick. Terminally and eternally ill. Unfortunately so are you. The sickness of sin permeates every person, regardless of culture, race, nationality, financial standing or popularity. There is no remedy apart from Jesus, the Son of God, who lived, died and was resurrected as the eternal remedy for that sickness that leads to death. OnceContinue reading “finding the healing we crave”

small steps towards slow growth

I got my second gardening magazine in the mail last week. It made me giddy! Flipping through all the fun veggie plants and gardening tools inspired my mind as I built an entire farm from a garden in my mind. I only ordered three jalapeno plants from the catalogue though because that is the realityContinue reading “small steps towards slow growth”

tending tuesday: a connection with Papa

Welcome to Tending Tuesday! This week I want to introduce you to Pamela Henkelman. Pamela is an enthusiastic encourager with a passion to speak, write, and coach. She believes all of life flows from our intimacy with God. She helps weary, discontent, Christian women build a deep bond with God and understand their identity inContinue reading “tending tuesday: a connection with Papa”

pausing to take notice

The brisk morning air in spring carries a hint of warmth with it and invites me into the garden. It is a sweet time to water the newly growing plants and I always love to spend time examining every little new flower or small sprout that has formed. In so doing, I won’t miss anythingContinue reading “pausing to take notice”