Living a Mighty Faith: A Simple Heart and a Powerful Faith is the new devotional from Bestselling Author of Faith Like Potatoes, (which was made into an amazing and encouraging motion picture) Angus Buchan.
This hardback devotional is full of the wisdom that can only be handed down by a wise farmer whose very vocation is built on trust, faith, perseverance, and patience.
I found the devotionals to be poignant and deep with good takeaways to reflect on. The words were meaty and the stories were an insider’s look at life on a farm. I love how the devotionals point to God and use great life analogies to connect with the scripture. These devotionals lead us to an understanding of Christian character traits and the fruits of the spirit.
Living a Mighty Faith is great for families with older children – as the devotionals are short and can be read aloud each day. I recommend this book to Mothers who long for a bible study but may not have the time to read a longer book, and who want their children to learn alongside them.
(* I received this book free from the BookLook Bloggers program.)
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Today is Earth Day. One of my favorite days. It reminds us to stop what we are doing and celebrate our world and all of creation.
But we need not have a special day on the calendar to remind us.
Around here, we like to live as if everyday is Earth Day. Everyday we seek to notice the beauty on this Earth – to climb her trees, to explore her creeks, lakes, rivers, and ponds.
To watch the tiniest of ants to the biggest of animals do what they were created to do.
We watched a really amazing special on PBS the other day. (We don’t have cable TV anymore – but this was at a relatives’) It was all about Beavers. How they hear the sound of rushing water and it causes them to be alerted to start creating a dam.
Their instinct tells them what to do. And when they are finished with their day and night engineering, the water levels rise, and they keep the ecosystem running smoothly.
They even can make deserts that were completely dry heal and hold water again. There is something really beautiful about their story and how they help hold the ecosystem together by creating these amazing structures – adding strength to the river bottom and securing their future in the land.
We each can do our part – no matter how small – to keep our Earth’s ecosystem running properly. We can recycle, reduce our consumption and spending, repurpose, teach our children to care for the Earth, and generally take sustainable actions to heal the land.
Every little bit helps.
If you want to read more about saving our Earth – check out The Story of Stuff. It’s eye-opening.
I hope you take some time today to go exploring out in nature with your children. Discover a new place locally to get outdoors. Have fun and be grateful for the beauty of nature – today, and always!
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It’s time to discover the scared act of photography as a gratitude practice. You will connect more fully, and feel more present when you begin noticing – appreciating the world around you with your camera in hand.
We will take pauses – and take a moment to stop and notice the smells, sounds, and beauty all around us.
Join us in this self-paced ecourse with beautiful pdf workbooks with guided journal prompts and photography exercises to help you unearth your creativity that you haven’t expressed in too long.
When is the last time you created – just for you?
Take this time to free yourself.
Open up to the creativity already within you.
Give it time and space to express the art and creativity that is uniquely you.
You deserve this as a gift to yourself.
You must fill your cup so that you can fill anothers.
It is a beautiful act of self-care to listen to your heart and give yourself space to create.
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Do you think art heals, writing mends hearts and souls, and being creative helps us make a difference in our world? How?
We artists feel deeply, and live heart-and-soul-centered lives. How do you balance living a meaningful life with soulfully sharing your creative gifts?
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I’m really looking forward exploring with our cameras together!
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