Silver Threads: Coming August 4

Coming August 4 (hopefully) is my new book: Silver Threads: Weaving Godly Wisdom Into the Lives of Younger Women.

Today is a sneak peak. I am really excited for this opportunity to share this with you! It will be available as an ebook through Kindle and as a pdf as well as in paperback version.

Silver Threads: Weaving Godly Wisdom Into the Lives of Youger Women

Our culture has lost the respect and honor for the older woman. Unfortunately, the church has pretty much followed suit. Silver Threads takes a biblical look at who she is called to be and the high place of honor God gives to her. It is about generations of women building into younger women. The women on the cover of my book are real women, godly women from my church (one is my daughter). The stunningly beautiful and delightful older woman you see is a real treasure to me personally; a woman of faith, joy, maturity and servanthood! Even just in the photo shoot she was sharing stories, wisdom and insight.

This is a book about discipleship – older women coming alongside younger women to build them into strength and maturity for the advancing of the Kingdom of God.

I hope you spread the word about my book. I’ll be sharing more tidbits in the coming days.

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Menu Planning Monday 7/20/14

Menu Planning Monday 7/20/14

Meals planned from earlier in the month and snacks planned for the week will, hopefully, make this week much easier for me schedule-wise. As I prepare the last 2 weeks before the launch of my new book Silver Threads: Weaving Godly Wisdom Into the Lives of Younger Women, I will be very glad to have . . . →Read More:

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Missions Trip time

missions trip - reaching the world

Our church is very blessed to have a wonderful godly man as our youth pastor. He has always offered the opportunity for missions trips for the youth. Jerusalem and all Judea and the remotest part of the world. The past several years he has offered up to 2 weeks of ministering in Honduras, where construction . . . →Read More:

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Menu Planning Monday-snacks

Weekly snack planner

Half of the month of July is gone – and I’m doing better at my big grocery shopping trips. But one thing I need to work on this summer is snack preparation. With my teenagers, they are a bottomless pit and I need to make sure I have better snacks on hand (otherwise, they will . . . →Read More:

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Dancing on the Dash - Guest

Loretta at Dancing on the Dash

I love community. One of my passions is building community among my blogging friends, and the way I’m trying to build that is to promote other blogs. July is the month that I’m promoting my sweet friend Loretta from Dancing on the Dash. Her button is on my sidebar and she is guest posting today. . . . →Read More:

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Pampering time

Spa Day!

A friend sent me a financial gift a few weeks ago and I used it for some much desired PAMPERING TIME!! I didn’t need to be pampered, but I sure was happy to get it. A pedicure, with a lovely salt scrub, was just a special thing in the middle of some busy time for . . . →Read More:

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Menu Planning Monday - 7/7/14

Menu planning July 2014 week 2

Last week’s menu shopping was much better than previous weeks! I did a little bit of shopping ahead and was within $5 of my budget. A great start to getting back on track after my laziness of the month of June. As you can see, I’m still using my Month at a Glance menu planner, . . . →Read More:

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Sunrise worship

sunrise worship at the river

Once again I got to have sunrise worship at the river. But this time, a sweet sister and dear dear friend joined me. As Kendra and I prayed and meditated on His Word, the Spirit gently guided our time and our focus. We ended up spending time in prayer for undistracted hearts and minds in . . . →Read More:

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Do we allow margin in our lives?

I have been struggling with insomnia lately and today it pushed me to meditate on weariness and what causes it in our lives. I think there are many reasons but I would like to share 2 of them, through posts that I wrote in the past. In fact, having re-read them, I was quite encouraged . . . →Read More:

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