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Easter ’14

Easter ’14

“He was being punished for what we did. He was crushed because of our guilt. He took the punishment we deserved, and this brought us peace. We were healed because of His pain.”   -Isaiah 53:5 Year after year, it continues to blow my mind that our Savior, a spotless, perfect lamb had to be the … Continue reading

In The Meantime…

In The Meantime…

Albeit, time is not something I have a lot of these days, God put it on my heart to post today.  See, he’s been teaching me a lot lately… probably because I’m seeking Him more than I ever have before.  Time with Him everyday has become essential… not out of obligation, but out of hunger … Continue reading

It’s Only Appropriate.

It’s Only Appropriate.

Each day, as soon as I get to work, I open up my inbox, and there sits my Daily Devotional, just waiting to be read.  Friday morning was no different, but I found it to be a sweet little “coincidence” February 7th, the 2nd year anniversary of Jarid and my engagement, the title was, “Five … Continue reading

Christmas 2013.

Christmas 2013.

Yes, it is 2014 and I am FINALLY getting the time to post about Christmas (last year ;))  On Christmas Eve, the same as every other year, we traveled to Lancaster to visit and have “Christmas” with my Dad’s side of the family. We surprised my grandparents with a large collage photo of all the … Continue reading

Enough.

Enough.

My daily devotional struck me pretty directly this morning.  See, I have a weakness for fashion and clothing.  It’s the only thing I really spend money on, other than food, bills, and tithing.  In fact, if you follow me on Pinterest, you can probably attest to my ridiculous amount of “Threads & Accessories” pins. Of … Continue reading

The Fabulous Fourth.

The Fabulous Fourth.

Before I get started with all the fun we’ve had over the 4th of July, I’d like to thank all of the men & women who brought us our freedom.  I pray that our country will be God fearing in the future and the our leaders always remember the faith and values that our country … Continue reading