Why I Refused to Love My Neighbor (Plus a Giveaway!)

When our daughter outgrew her swing set, we sold it to an acquaintance who struggled to find a truck and some buddies to help haul it away. We weren’t home when his plan came together, so we told him to go ahead and get started. They removed the swings and were dismantling the slide when […]

A Prayer for the Week Ahead

Last week during my Bible study, a verse jumped out at me.  Funny, isn’t it, how you can read a passage countless times and then one day, the words come alive in a new and powerful way? I shared the verse on Instagram and on Facebook. And the words burrowed deep into my heart and […]

Spring Makes My Heart Want To Sing!

Spring is creeping in. The trees are still rather bare but it’s coming … the burst of the next season. I see buds. Bright pink, green, and yellow flashes of color are all around. And after the hard winter we’ve had the change in the weather makes me want to sing. I’m not the only […]

May Day Ideas for Your Neighbors

Spring is when Amish communities generally share communion together (also in the fall), and they do this outside of their regular church services. After communion, they wash one another’s feet in a sweet gesture of servitude, humility and kindness. For those of us who are not quite Amish, we can take delight during this lovely […]

Sing Your Way Home

In primary school, my class learned an old song that goes as follows: “Sing your way home at the close of the day, Sing your way home, drive the shadows away. Smile every mile, and wherever you roam It will brighten your road, it will lighten your load If you sing your way home.” Singing […]

5 Components of an Ideal day

Recently, I read the above quote and was inspired, again, about the value of using the time I have to do the things that matter most. Are you using the time you have to do the things that matter most? @TeriLynneU Click To Tweet A couple of years ago my friend Sandra wrote a blog […]

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