State Parks, restaurants, hotel rooms, shopping, and car rides. What do all these things have in common? Vacation. My husband and I were able to get away for a few days to a beautiful place in Minnesota with antique shops and river views. Though it both snowed and rained during our time away, we had… Continue reading Finding A Place Like Home
Today is the celebration of 13 years of marriage to my best friend. He is such a gift to me it is hard for me to fully explain but hopefully I can give you an image. All I need you to do is picture the place you feel the most at home. Home is a… Continue reading The Bubble of Home
It is one of those perfect days here in Minnesota where the spring sun is shining and earth is calling for some seeds. My brother, who took over our family farm is hearing the loud call to get his planter out of the shed but sadly, with all the rain we are having, he has… Continue reading Hands in the Soil
Day 13 Name of God to proclaim and focus your worship to: Elohim Ahavah; ה ָבֲה (The God Who Loves) Why this name for the 13th? Well, during my study I found that there are those who study the mathematical precision of Hebrew where each letter has a numerical value. The Hebrew word for love,… Continue reading Prayer Challenge- Day 13
Day 12 Name of God to proclaim and focus your worship to: Esh Oklah; : אֵשׁ; (AISH o-KLAH), Our God Is A Consuming Fire We find this name in Hebrews 12:28-29 Esh Oklah is literally translated from the Hebrew “to eat by fire.” Thankfully, God’s fiery wrath only consumes sin. When our hearts are devoted… Continue reading Prayer Challenge- Day 12
I have been learning of a principle in the Kingdom of God called Fullness and Fulfillment. This principle is taught and demonstrated all over the Bible but let me emphasize two places specifically. The first is in 1 Samuel 16:1 when God said to his prophet Samuel, “fill your horn with oil, and be on… Continue reading Fill up, Go Out and Repeat.
I started a new job last week. A local snack food company was needing help and called me to come work on the production line for as long as I could. I agreed though I was not sure how my "haven't worked in a year" body would handle the 9-10 hours on my feet per… Continue reading My Father’s Heart: Always Seasoning