Hearing God’s voice, cultivating a deep relationship with Christ, and bringing His presence to people around me are my passions. I also homeschool our four energetic children, glimpse God’s love through my deafness and, as the only Mennonites in town, regularly fellowship with Christians from other denominations.
I’m a southern Mennonite raised farm girl, who married a Pentecostal Pastor and moved to the city. This online journal documents the truths God whispers to my heart amid transition and my love for Jesus, my husband, people and the beautiful things!
lifestyle blog featuring travel, recipes, and lifestyle tips and thoughts on everyday life
We are all born to know Him. Sometimes life gets in the way of seeing the big picture… but all it takes is a moment of choosing to die … again, pressing on toward knowing our King.
Hopeful Things – blogging with the intent to inspire
Hello, I am Hope, the one behind hopefulthings. I enjoy creating recipes, entertaining guests, gardening, graphic design and photography. And last, but not least, I am a follower of Christ. Without Him I am nothing. I strive to use the gifts God has given me to glorify Him.
JennStory – Because we’re all stories, in the end.
I hope at the end of my life I’ll be allowed to read my story, to look back and understand my part in the Author’s storyline. Until then, I do what I can: I watch for little stories in my days; I record; I look for meaning, and I love.
As a missionary wife and mom of four littles, I write about mission and family life, food, and books.
This blog is about my faith, my family, and my world. Come pull up a chair and stay a while.
Quiltin Gal – Barbara H. Cline
I am a wife, mother of 5, and a quilter. I blog on highlights of the month in 2 categories; life in general and life as a quilter.
a lifestyle blog focusing on healthy living, travel, cooking, and decorating
The Days of My Life – Kendra Landis
This blog began when I was a single missionary trying to keep in touch with people back home. As I transitioned to being a married homemaker, and then to being a mother, the content and major themes have changed, but in general, it is as the title says–The Days of My Life, and the joys, struggles, humour, and tears that those days bring.
Realizing one version of “the good life,” one day at a time. I believe, like James wrote, that “every Good & Perfect thing is from the Father above”. So I’m filling my little corner of the internet with record of the good things He’s showing + giving me.
Thrifty Frugal Mom – where food, family & finances meet
I love sharing simple, from-scratch recipes, inspiration for successful homemaking and lots of great money saving ideas. Come join me!