"I pray you will continue to follow my writing journey, and my brand for Christian-based inspiration. I would love to see this world change, one person, one reader at a time, through being intentional in our interactions with others, and growing and nurturing our relationships with each other, by growing closer to God." My article today delves deeper into a situation I wrote about on social media, and offers an amazing resource for individuals experiencing change in their lives!
"We, as moms, strive to be everything to everyone. We try to make home as comforting as possible, we try to ensure our children are ready for whatever life may present, and we try to create a life where memories are made. Sometimes, we have to also recognize when we are in need of a little inspiration, whether it is inspiration for ourselves, or the other mama in the thick of things." In this post, I tackle some ideas to perhaps plant a mustard seed to help evangelize and uplift the mama who is ready to embrace the "Back to School" change!
Today, I am addressing #catholicmetoo and #catholicmom and #catholicparenting thoughts in my recent post - Light & Mercy: One Mom's Response to the Scandal in the Catholic Church
"Yet, we aren't called to be perfect in our vocation. We are called to have dedication and perseverance in our vocation. We are called to recognize when we could do something better, and then put it into practice." It's "that time" in which I start to look forward to our next duty location, and how I can change things up. The last two weeks has crystalized an important lesson for me...
"As I slowly began to acknowledge His will be done, I also began realizing it is through His desires that He will help me. If I am willing to accept His will, and if I am willing to allow Him to equip me. If I am willing to be open to His guidance." We all struggle at times with a "why" when it comes to God's will. In today's piece, I encourage us all to reframe those moments, based on my current struggle, to seek a "how" to best live His will for our lives. How can we each allow Him to lead us Home?