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Wisdom From the Vineyard

Wisdom From the Vineyard

My father-in-law is a viticulturist.   In other words, he grows grapes. The vineyard he planted is among fertile fields of northern California, surrounded by miles of thriving nut orchards. My husband and I love to visit, taking time to quiet our hearts and...

The Power of a Single Word

The Power of a Single Word

Overflow.   It was my “one word” for 2018. Not as part of a trendy fad, but as a gift from Jesus, the Living Word. It entered my life through Scripture-soaked encouragement from a friend. The Holy Spirit entwined the word into my heart. He helped it take root in...

Biblical Encouragement for Rest

Biblical Encouragement for Rest

It was a tough morning. I could barely keep my eyes open and struggled to get out of bed with any level of energy. I felt mentally ready to face the day and my spirits were high, but my body wasn’t cooperating. It just wanted more sleep!   Have you ever felt that...

Worship God Daily

Worship God Daily

Springtime brings one of my favorite things—songbirds. Their lovely melodies thrill my heart, especially the meadowlarks. It’s not a far stretch to imagine that they lift their voice to the Lord in praise. After all, Psalm 150:6 says, “let everything that has breath...

Mull It Over:  Meditate on God’s Word

Mull It Over: Meditate on God’s Word

Yesterday on the blog I laid out a simple, 15-minute challenge to sprout our spiritual growth:   Read 5 Psalms and 1 Proverb each day.   The simple practice helps turn our hearts to God and keep Him at the forefront of our minds. The Psalms are filled with...

A 15-Minute Spiritual Growth Challenge

A 15-Minute Spiritual Growth Challenge

I adore spring. The world is alive with the hope of new beginnings and fresh starts.   After a long winter (this year our Colorado winter stretched all the way to May) the newness of spring is a reminder of the redeeming work of Christ.  No matter how cold and...

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