Are You Rebuilding What Jesus Destroyed?

Are You Rebuilding What Jesus Destroyed?

Today I have the privilege of guest posting on The Thin Place. After you read my thoughts on Galatians, stay and read some of the wonderful, soul-enriching words Bailey has to share. I was so encouraged to find a friend as far as Hawaii, who loves Jesus and the truth of Scripture as much as […]

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Often With God: Pray Continually

Often With God: Pray Continually - Read Cook Devour

“Pray continually.” (1 Thessalonians 5:17) I have pondered this verse a great deal over the last month. Two words have never been so straightforward and yet so difficult to measure up to. The idea of communing with God in the big and small moments of my day, in the quiet and the chaos, has filled […]

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Five Fast Dinner Favorites

FIVE FAST FAVORITES

Wondering what’s for dinner this week? Here are five recipes I tried recently, all of which I consider keepers! These are pretty darn quick and absolutely worth adding to the dinner rotation. This was so rich and comforting, and perfect for all of those rainy Florida afternoons. Up your cozy game by serving it in […]

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Minimalism, Decision Fatigue, and Christianity 

Minimalism, Decision Fatigue + Christianity

Joshua Becker of Becoming Minimalist defines minimalism as “the intentional promotion of the things we value most and the removal of everything that distracts us from it.” I think minimalism is frequently misunderstood. It isn’t just about getting rid of stuff. Most often it is not the tangible that keeps us from the things we value most, but […]

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Immeasurable Fullness in Christ

Immeasurable Fullness in Christ

  One thing that is certain with children is if you give them an empty space, they will fill it. Whether a trinket box, a satchel, a plastic egg or an envelope, a child’s imagination knows no limits when it comes to conceiving of every possible thing they could store in that new space. This […]

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Above the Commotion

Above the Commotion - A Meditation in Proverbs

We are selective by nature. Facebook friends with irrelevant or bothersome posts get unfollowed. The especially appealing images are re-pinned on Pinterest. Magazines are purchased based on a headline’s promise. We innately filter life and choose what we spend our time on. This is good. We are always looking for the best information, funniest videos, most […]

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Baked Beef Chimichangas

Technically, to be a chimichanga, the tortilla needs to be deep fried in oil. These crispy beef and cheese stuffed tortillas get their crunch in the oven with a light mist of cooking spray. You get a satisfyingly crunchy exterior with way less fat, and they are so much easier to make at home. I’m […]

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