living intentionally

And whatever you do (laundry, dishes, carpool, work, teaching, photography, crafting, diapers…) or say, (to your friends, on your blog, at the coffee shop, around the house, over the internet or phone…) do it (ALL of it!) as a representative of (being an example of, standing for, typifying…) the Lord Jesus, (our Lord and Savior, […]

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There’s a thought that’s been STUCK in my head since Monday evening when I saw a plaque that said, “Love life to the fullest and embrace it with no regrets.” I don’t know about you, but I haven’t been loving life to the fullest and embracing it with no regrets lately, at least not in […]

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Warning: I’m reading books and getting passionate… So, I found this great new book at Lamp Unto My Feet. I loved the description and went to download a free sneak-peek of chapter 1. I normally HATE reading, but by page 5 I nearly begged my husband to order the book (although it didn’t take much […]

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Have you ever had one of those weeks that just flew by and you had no idea what  you did with all the time??? That’s how this week has been for me… I must have subconsciously decided to “take the week off” after last weekend’s birthday party. With that said, I’ve been trying to think […]

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Putting Feet to Our Faith

by SomeGirl on April 7, 2010 · 12 comments

Hi! If you’re coming here from Gather Inspirit, please visit my Relevant Post by clicking here. Thanks! ♥ Last week, I quoted someone saying, “There are 168.8 million needy children…  Seems like a big number? It shouldn’t, b/c there are 2.1 BILLION people on earth who profess to be Christians. If only 8 percent of […]

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I got THE sweetest comment from a good friend yesterday… It was filled with all kinds of nice words about me and I loved reading it, but I just had to reply and say, “You are too sweet… but I’m really not all that.” I would LOVE to be what he described: wonderful, loving, caring, […]

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