Takeaway Tuesdays: Psalm 84:10

Friends, it’s hard to believe April is coming to a close. If you were curious, I’m still reading through and listening to the Bible Recap, and enjoying it (even if I’m currently in 1 Chronicles). Thankfully, there are a few Psalms sprinkled in chronologically. One of the Psalms that I loved reading was Psalm 84:10,…

Friday Freebie: Psalm 138:8

I totally missed the mark on a Takeaway Tuesday. Due to this error of omission (I like to call it summer brain), I’ve created a Friday Freebie. It’s a 8.5*11 free print of Psalm 138:8. This beautiful verse is so encouraging to my heart, and I hope you find it uplifting as well. Happy summer…

Takeaway Tuesdays: Psalm 71:14

Needing a little hope and encouragement? This month’s Takeaway Tuesday is for you. Print it out, memorize it. Let this verse uplift your heart and soul. Click here for a free print.

Takeaway Tuesdays: Psalm 9:1-2

I’m working my way through the Psalms this January. In Psalm 9, David says he will give thanks with his whole heart, and he will recount all of God’s wonderful deeds. I love the idea of presenting my gratitude to God with my whole heart and remembering all He’s done for me. It’s not always…

Takeaway Tuesdays: Psalm 42:5

Hello lovely readers! It is the week of Easter. As we approach Good Friday, and then soon after, Easter Sunday, let’s remember. Let’s remember God’s goodness to us. Let’s remember where our hope lies. Click here to download this simple, truthful reminder.

2016: My Year of Yes

At the beginning of the year, my dear friend Chara challenged a group of our gal pals to pray over a word for the year. I prayed, and God put on my heart “YES.” What the heck, God? That word freaked me out just a little. What was He going to ask of me this…

I’ll Put the Kettle On

One of my favorite parts about growing up in a British-American household has been the art of drinking tea. I call it an art because there are several steps to enjoying a good cup of tea: boiling the water, “warming the teapot”- this consists of taking a little of the piping hot water and swirling…