Some say it's a Luther quote, some say it isn't. One poor meme attributed it to Martin Luther King Jr. ;) Wherever you land, it's a great reminder for Earth Day and every day. Download this free printable in either simple or script font in an 8x10 aspect ratio. Simply click the design you'd like to download. Then, click through to the free resource library for more fun freebies.Read More
I'm so excited to share a brand new resource: a lenten journal for kiddos! Each week of Lent includes a scripture reading, prayers, and activities suited for children in preschool through lower elementary. Click HERE for the resource library, download, and print. As always, feel free to print an extra copy for your friend, neighbor, or small group. XORead More
How can we rejoice when everything around us feels dark?
How can we rejoice when trucks are used as weapons and bulletproof backpacks are a thing?
How can we rejoice in the midst of hate—when our country is at odds, and lines are drawn?
How can we rejoice when we watch loved ones suffer, when relationships are strained, when we just can’t get ahead no matter how hard we try?
How can a weary world rejoice?Read More
Let me just be honest: the entire premise of this post is based on a Tracy Jordan quote, so if that is going to bum you out, you know where to click.
A few years ago while on vacation a realization struck me: most of what I love about being on vacation really has little to do with the location, spending money, or anything spectacular. Sure, I love going to fun new restaurants, trying new activities, and taking in the local beauty. But what I truly value most in a vacation is getting to just embrace and enjoy the time: long walks with my family, riding bikes, leisurely cooking dinner with fresh, local ingredients, waking early to sip coffee and have some quiet time on the patio… it’s these little rhythms of the week that make it so sweet.Read More