The last three weeks have been busy. Here is what has been going on around our home.
Maybe I am even more amazed by what God didn’t allow me to do. How God didn’t let me serve where my heart wanted. How God closed ministry opportunities that I thought had finally arrived. All because He loved me enough to grow me into who I am now.
A good friend of mine told me that when I made a new batch of my homemade laundry soap, that I needed to write a blog about it. Making your own laundry soap may seem like something out of your skill level, but it is pretty straight forward and it saves you lots of money.
There are some basic things that you need, but into total you will be spending under $20 for your initial investment. Just about everything you will need you can buy at Wal-Mart (You will have to look at the very bottom of the laundry isle’s shelf to find these). The only exception will be your 5-gallon bucket with a lid. You can easily find a bucket and lid at Lowes, Home Depot, Atwoods Farm and Ranch, or, if you are like me, you ask someone and they give you one.
Here are the things you…
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Today is my husband’s 33rd birthday. ... There are too many things about Scott Donald Wagoner that need to be celebrated.
Trust isn’t based on your feelings. That is a good thing when you have become so numb that you cannot feel anything anymore. Trust believes that God’s love endures forever
I am not a food blogger...What I am, though, is someone who wants to help save you and your family some money when it comes to your food budget.
God doesn't want you to take the easy way, because He loves watching you grow.
I don’t touch people. That has been my default response after 14 years of teaching public high school students.
Nothing could have prepared me for the last ten years, and to be honest, I am glad I wasn’t prepared. Those years brought me to the point where I had to confront my deepest fears, address the deep seeded sin in my life, and rely on God in a way I could have never imagined.
Who could possibly write more than 100 pages over a book of the Bible that only has twenty-five verses? ... Oh boy, did I have something to learn.