…to tell you that I’m currently out of town with spotty internet connection and a glitchy keyboard, so I am unable to watch church and upload my notes today. I will post them by the end of the week. Thank you for your understanding and patience! Meanwhile, you can check out last week’s notes here.
Today’s guest blogger is a sweet girl I came across from the WordPress Reader. I don’t remember now if she found my blog first or if I found hers, but we’ve since followed each other on WordPress and Instagram, and I am always so encouraged by the testimonies she posts. I wanted to share her with you all today and encourage you to follow her as well! Continue reading “Guest Post: Ana Guerrero from House of Prayer and Praise”
I went on a road trip this past weekend towards a destination I had mixed feelings about. I didn’t know what it was going to be like when I got there and I was mostly afraid of the unknown. We were traveling through the countryside and I was praying as we went along. As I looked out the window I saw rows and rows of crops–corn, I believe–growing. From a distance, it all looked to be one big, intimidating mass of growth–no beginning, no ending, just growth and growth and growth and it was easy to get scared at the vastness of it. Continue reading “Road Trippin’ Part 4”
Over the past several years, I’ve been struck by this theme of echoes. Echoes of what God has been saying repeating themselves, echoes of the effects of my actions, and lately, echoes of my faithfulness to obey.
Time escaped me this week and I’m writing this post last minute, so please forgive me if it’s not as long as normal. 🙂
Recently I had been having a series of dreams about something that I sensed God was trying to tell me was going to happen. I saw an opportunity later that week for what I had seen in my dreams to happen, and I got excited about it. As I waited to see if it would pan out, I began to doubt that God had spoken that to me. Continue reading “It Will Happen”