Holy in the Moment
“A pour-calming-waters-into-an-overbusy-life book."
–Carrie Daws, author and speaker
“Eye opening, thought provoking, and heart changing.”
-Lorilee Sheviak, counselor, Grace Ministries
"This book is powerful – raw – purposeful – challenging. I love it!"
#1 Top-Rated Trash Can Method:
The Trash-Can Method of Clutter Control
This number-one fix is rather self explanatory. The answer to Kitchen-Counter Clutter is to take a shower squeegee and sweep all clutter into the trash can. Those unfortunate souls who have left their junk on the counter will quickly learn to dump their stuff somewhere else. This solution is by far the fastest fix for the never-ending PILE.
Pro: Quickly eliminates clutter of all kinds
Con: Do I really need to go there?
Do you ever feel like your kitchen is a battleground? So much of family life takes place within 5-10 feet of the fridge. Ever noticed this? There are so many days when I can’t seem to get out of this room–maybe I should move my bed down here just to complete the…
Transitions are that space between what was and what will be.
The sign post at the road of transition reads…not yet. It is faith that stands in the gap spelled t-r-a-n-s-i-t-i-o-n and looks forward to what God has next.
There are things God is waiting to do in our lives that aren’t going to happen if we are warming the bench at the rest stop.
When I am facing the difficulties, insecurities, and adjustments that come with trials or transitions,
I can choose to trust God and move forward,
believing He is with me and will help me get where I am going.
As you think about transitions in your life, have you ever had those days where what you think you see is overwhelming? Have you sent out your spies and found out there are some problems that seem bigger than you have the energy or ability to tackle? Has your vision shifted from God’s faithfulness to the size of a giant’s foot?
A warm welcome to those who are new to Ginger’s Corner! Many thanks coming your way for all who have responded to my desire to seriously start building an audience. For those of you who have been holding your breath for the next post on transitions, I’ll get back to…