So much to talk about, do, and say!
The showers of April have been in full swing around here and its washing away not only the pollen, but some of the cloudiness of non-productivity for me.
From time to time I like to share with you whatâs going on in my world. And since I donât write newsletters, this serves as one!
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RECENT LAUNCH TEAMS &Â REVIEWS:
*Everyday Obedience by Katie Orr
(review to come!)
*Word Writers: James by Denise Hughes
Â (read my review HERE)
*Never Unfriended by Lisa-Jo Baker
(read my blog post: When You Feel Wronged by a Friend)
Iâve taken a break from applying for and joining launch teams at least until the Fall. I need to take the time to really get into some of the books that I already own. And wouldnât you know it that when that decision was made, several fantastic opportunities came up! But I held to my promise to myself. Lord, help! This wasnât easy for this book-lover!
What Iâm Studying:
Bible study is my absolute favorite thing to do. I want to live holy and wisely, following Christ in every area of my life! I like it best when Iâm in community with people that I know, trust, and love!
Quietly Through 1st John with Kelli LaFram
Kelli has fast become one of my favorite teachers. Her knowledge and love for Godâs Word shows in what she offers to women in Hello Mornings & Do Not Depart. But what Iâm loving more is the time that she takes to personally study along with us from her own blog Quietly Reminded and the closed Facebook group.
Iâve already mentioned the fantastically wonderful book, A Wifeâs Secret to Happiness by Jen Weaver. Iâve recommended it countless times and Itâll remain one of the first marriage titles to roll off my tongue when anyone asks!
Well, I have something EXCITING to share with you! Jen, HERSELF, will be hosting and leading a book club featuring this book!
It happens in a closed Facebook group starting MAY 1!
Recently on Instagram:
There was a conversation that my husband recently had with someone about how he was met with time obstacles. From one stop to the next, there were delays. The other person mentioned that maybe God was trying to tell him to slow down. My husbandâs reply on this was:
âNo. We have an enemy that wants to sabotage us. Iâm a man of my word, and Iâm punctual. Those were obstacles of me being on time.
If God wants me to slow down, Heâll plainly say, âSon, slow down.â I donât always need âsignsâ to hear or know what my Father is saying to me.â
â¦.to which, I added the above quote.
Other things that I have going on:
Brian and I were invited to participate in a Marriage Q & A with the Pastor of a local church. I asked for at least a couple of questions in advance so that Iâll have an idea of which way the conversation will go.
Okay yâall. Hereâs the deal with answering questions about marriage with my belovedâ¦I donât always know what will be coming from him! Thatâs one thing that I love about him; his candidness. I usually make this disclaimer: âIâm not responsible for what comes out of his mouth.â
I was contacted by Branon Dempsey to do an online interview for Worship Team Training (WTT) in June! Iâll keep you updated!
Iâm looking forward to telling the story!
I just started consistently linking blog posts to âlinkup partiesâ. I was recently pleasantly surprised and overjoyed to be featured on Arabah Joyâs blog and Grace & Truth linkup with my post âConversations With Our Fatherâ.
Even if you donât write on a blog or linkup, I encourage you to visit Arabah Joy every Friday to read posts of others from all walks of life!
What do you have going on for the month of May? Are you on any book launch or review teams? Are you trying something new? What are you giving up for a while?
Living to Worship Him,