Challenges with Nineveh 90 Lead to An Unlikely Gift of Clarity

"So, while I feel I have taken some spiritual steps forward during this challenge, I also feel I have taken some spiritual steps backward." Looking forward to rebuilding my personal relationship with the Triune God, after the Nineveh 90 Challenge ends this Saturday.

Taking A Knee to Assess Goals (Day 30)

It is so difficult in today's world to get caught up - in living hectic lives filled with kids' sports, in living lives meant to create memories, in living lives that are more focused on material desires.  It is so hard to take a moment and realign our priorities at times, and sometimes we don't want … Continue reading Taking A Knee to Assess Goals (Day 30)

Life Lessons to Carry On (Day 29)

Today has been a whirlwind of activity.  Since October has flown by, I kind of put the pumpkin patch on the back burner.  Last Sunday, I realized this holiday season is my daughter's round of firsts - first Halloween, first Thanksgiving, first Christmas, and first New Year.  It made me think of a word my … Continue reading Life Lessons to Carry On (Day 29)

Reflection in the Mirrors (Day 3)

When I told my husband the idea for the writing challenge, he asked me, "How are you going to come up with a topic a day?  Will you just look at yourself as you get ready in the morning, see yourself in the mirror, and say, 'I think I'll write about a mirror today'?" Little … Continue reading Reflection in the Mirrors (Day 3)

Unexpected Work Leads to Introspection (Day 2)

The more I considered the Write 31 Days challenge, the more I realized my theme can't be narrowed down to one word.  Trying to choose a category under which to file this during the challenge was excruciatingly difficult, since I write about "Faith & Inspiration," but also "Family Life." As I struggled to narrow down my … Continue reading Unexpected Work Leads to Introspection (Day 2)