Thursday, February 28, 2013

Fab Five {33}



Every Friday we reflect on our week and post Five Fabulous things.

Sometimes it is not always easy.
But, we do it!

We ponder on the good of our week.
We encourage you to do the same.
Share with us!!
We love reading how your week has been too!!

1) This week I am grateful for:

Falen:  Beautiful friends being born!  These gems had birthdays this week! Aren't they all stunning?  Happy Birthday Gorgeous Ladies!!  
Christy, Shannon
Katie, Amber

Laura:  Encouragement from unlikely places.
 
2) This week I enjoyed:

Falen:  Going to an OKC Thunder game with my husband.  Thunder Up!  {We beat the Bulls}


Laura:  Researching for the Motion for Summary Judgment I turned in yesterday.  I LOVE to research.  And I got to be the tooth-fairy AGAIN already!  Tooth number 2 gone!

 3) This week I learned:

Falen: Oodles of info from Kirk Cameron at the Love Worth Fighting For conference!  Post forthcoming!

Laura:  I should have started my paper earlier....

4) This week I accomplished:

Falen:  My Arbonne Launch Party, booked a few parties, marked something off my Bucket List (yeah, I should update that too!), and folding a lot of laundry.  
 
Laura:  I didn't get everything done that I should have, but I still accomplished A LOT!

5) I am looking forward to:

Falen:  The Bible Series that starts on Sunday night on the History Channel!!!  Ridiculously excited about this!!



Laura:  SPRING BREAK unofficially starts today (yes, I'm skipping class today).  4 days in California, then  6 days home with the kids.  I am also looking forward to watching my son's first play Tuesday night.  He doesn't have a speaking part but he's pretty excited.
 
We look forward to hearing from you every week.
So, please share something the positive from your week.
We love to learn about you, engage with you, and get to know you.
Have a great weekend!! 
 


Linking Up With:
Thankful Thursday with SarahFaith Filled Friday;  High Five For Friday; Christian Mommy Blogger


Safe Place

This facebook post by Lysa TerKeurst hits a soft spot in my heart....

"We can pour our anxious hearts out to Jesus who loves us right where we are, how we are. And because His love comes without judgement, we can soften and feel safe enough to humbly admit we need Jesus to work on us. Trying to fix another person will only add to my anxiety. Letting Jesus work on me is where real progress can happen." (emphasis added)

“Cast all your anxiety on Him because He cares for you.” 1 Peter 5:7 (NIV)

...HE is my Safe Place.




Wednesday, February 27, 2013

Into the Word {30}

Into the Word Wednesday is a link up and blog hop where fellow Christian bloggers share something they have learned this week while Into the Word. If you are a Christian blogger, feel free to connect and follow other bloggers who are sharing their recent steps of their walk with the blogosphere! If you are not a blogger and you are interested in reading more biblically based posts, scroll down and click until your heart desires.

Feeling wounded, I grabbed the Bible and turned to the next chunks of text we are studying at Coffee and Jesus.  Psalm 63 was the first one. 

I felt my focus shift from the wounds to the Healer, the Counselor, the Comforter.  Whose love is better than life?  To whom to my lips glorify?  Whatever we feed grows.  Am I feeding the greatness of the one whose love is greater than life, or am I feeding the wounds?  Do my lips glorify God, or are they glorifying the enemy with a specific focus on each attack?

If I stand in victory, I need not feed defeat. 
If I stand in love, I need not feed pain.


We would LOVE it if you linked up with a post about what God is showing you in the Word or in your life. Please also stop by and see what God has been teaching each co-hosts this week:

Sarah at Fontenot Four
Kelly at The Houtz House Party
Becky at Tales For Ashes
Kelly at Exceptionalistic
Falen at Upward Not Inward


Into the Word Wednesday Blog Hop Rules:

1. Write a post about what God is teaching you this week.
2. Follow the host and hostesses via GFC.
3. Grab a button to put on your blog - the more the merrier!
4. Check out (and comment) other people's blogs.
5. Be blessed by all the sisters and brothers around the world.

Friday, February 22, 2013

Fab Five {32}



Every Friday we reflect on our week and post Five Fabulous things.

Sometimes it is not always easy.
But, we do it!

We ponder on the good of our week.
We encourage you to do the same.

Share with us!!
We love reading how your week has been too!!

1) This week I am grateful for:

Falen:  A sweet and caring husband.  We had thunder snow/sleet this week.  He was already at work.


Laura:  YouVersion...and sermons online thru lifechurch.tv and the Elevation app.  I am grateful to be able to plug into God's Word and his teachings on the go.
 
2) This week I enjoyed:

Falen:  Finding out a friend and her husband were doing the Love Dare & Respect Dare and posting progress videos on YouTube!  Here's Emily and Derrick's first one:


Laura:  Discovering a bible story I had never heard from Ezekiel.

 3) This week I learned:

Falen:  Such great lessons from Keep Calm and Carry On preached by Steven Furtick at Elevation Church. If you get some time Make time to watch this sermon!

Laura:  What a fee tail estate is...don't ask, you don't really want to know.  And actually, I'm not 100% I could explain it myself :)

4) This week I accomplished:

Falen:  Study time prepping for Coffee & Jesus in the morning.

 
Laura:  "Preaching" to someone else about an issue I have struggled with in the past.  Maybe all those struggles did teach me something.  Huh, how about that? :)

5) I am looking forward to:

Falen:  Tonight is the night!!!  Love Worth Fighting For right here in Oklahoma City!!  I'm getting off work early and going to the VIP seating!!  Follow me on Instagram and/or Twitter for sneak peeks!!

Laura:  In 7 days I'll be flying to San Jose, California to spend 4 days with a friend from college.....ahhhhhh......girl time/talk, beach, wine, cuddling with Katie (her new baby~no I don't cuddle with my friends).
 
We look forward to hearing from you every week.
So, please share something the positive from your week.
We love to learn about you, engage with you, and get to know you.
Have a great weekend!!

A few times people have mentioned their interest in a Fab Five post structured like ours.  If you post a Fab Five Friday post, share it with us!  We enjoy reading them!
 
 


Linking Up With:
 Faith Filled Friday;  High Five For Friday

Thursday, February 21, 2013

Dry Bones to Life?!


Today I am asking, Have you ever gotten into the Word and read something that you have never read before and thought "holy cow, that's a story in the Bible?"

I am a law student, and I read A LOT (I can't stress that enough).  Due to all the reading I do for school, I have the bad habit of skimming when I read the Bible cause my brain is tired of thinking so much.  I know, I know....  But let me tell you, God speaks to me even in skimming.  Skimming is better than nothing at all.  God will use my skimming.  That being said, I am sooo very thankful for Lifechurch.tv and their YouVersion app that offers reading plans.  I can even set an alarm to remind me to read in case life happens and I get swallowed up in it.  Tuesday's reading plan included Genesis 2 and Ezekiel 37.

If you grew up in a church, you know the stories of Adam and Eve, Noah's Ark, David and Goliath, Mary and Martha, the Good Samaritan, the Prodigal Son, Jonah and the Whale, Moses and the Red Sea...   Did you know there was a captivating story in Ezekiel 37?!  I had never heard this story!  Here it is...Ezekiel 37:1-14:
The hand of the Lord was on me, and he brought me out by the Spirit of the Lord and set me in the middle of a valley; it was full of bones. 2 He led me back and forth among them, and I saw a great many bones on the floor of the valley, bones that were very dry. 3 He asked me, “Son of man, can these bones live?” 
I said, “Sovereign Lord, you alone know.” 
4 Then he said to me, “Prophesy to these bones and say to them, ‘Dry bones, hear the word of the Lord! 5 This is what the Sovereign Lord says to these bones: I will make breath enter you, and you will come to life. 6 I will attach tendons to you and make flesh come upon you and cover you with skin; I will put breath in you, and you will come to life. Then you will know that I am the Lord.’” 
7 So I prophesied as I was commanded. And as I was prophesying, there was a noise, a rattling sound, and the bones came together, bone to bone. 8 I looked, and tendons and flesh appeared on them and skin covered them, but there was no breath in them. 
9 Then he said to me, “Prophesy to the breath; prophesy, son of man, and say to it, ‘This is what the Sovereign Lord says: Come, breath, from the four winds and breathe into these slain, that they may live.’” 10 So I prophesied as he commanded me, and breath entered them; they came to life and stood up on their feet—a vast army. 
11 Then he said to me: “Son of man, these bones are the people of Israel. They say, ‘Our bones are dried up and our hope is gone; we are cut off.’ 12 Therefore prophesy and say to them: ‘This is what the Sovereign Lord says: My people, I am going to open your graves and bring you up from them; I will bring you back to the land of Israel. 13 Then you, my people, will know that I am the Lord, when I open your graves and bring you up from them. 14 I will put my Spirit in you and you will live, and I will settle you in your own land. Then you will know that I the Lord have spoken, and I have done it, declares the Lord.’”
God breathed life into bones?!  Seriously?!  Am I the only person out there that thinks...HOLY COW?!  Is it just me?  Maybe my reaction is due to this:  there's this song by Gungor called Dry Bones that I <3!  It always has made me think how great it is that when I'm empty, dry, and dead that God raises me up, makes me new, and gives me life again.  Seriously friends, he made Adam out of dust...he uses dust (practically nothing) to make beautiful things!  (Just in case you didn't notice, I just referenced my other bible reading:  Genesis 2:7...AND another song by Gungor called Beautiful Things).

I am truly amazed at God's timing and how he pulls every crevice of my life together in ways I can't even fathom!  I'm telling you, this story only makes me want to read more and more of the Bible because how many stories are in there that I don't know about!?!  I'm still truly FASCINATED!!

Did you know this story?  Are you as amazed as I was by this story?  Are there stories in the Bible that have amazed you that you had never read or heard before?


Linking Up Here:
 Thought Provoking ThursdayMingle With Us Blog HopThumpin ThursdayThoughtful ThursdayProverbs 31 Thursday

Wednesday, February 20, 2013

ITWW {29}

Into the Word Wednesday is a link up and blog hop where fellow Christian bloggers share something they have learned this week while Into the Word. If you are a Christian blogger, feel free to connect and follow other bloggers who are sharing their recent steps of their walk with the blogosphere! If you are not a blogger and you are interested in reading more biblically based posts, scroll down and click until your heart desires.

I'm currently studying 1 Peter 3 and Ephesians 5 with Coffee And Jesus.  Have you ever gotten into the Word and read something that you have read many times and still this time you saw something differently?  It's times like this I think, "This is why it is called the Living Word."  It really does come alive.


1 Peter 3:9 says:
"not returning evil for evil,
or insult for insult,
but give a blessing instead; 
for you were called
for the very purpose
that you might inherit a blessing."

I have read that many times.  But this time... the "not returning evil for evil or insult for insult" elaborated in my mind to mean so much more.  I know for me, I was reading this in the context of marriage.  I don't ever intend to be evil or throw insults, retaliatory or not.  What I do intend to do often is return silence for silence.

It was like I read this with fresh eyes. Like God was telling me it's okay to still love and respect even while facing silence. The silent treatment has been a notorious weapon in my marriage.  You know the old saying, "if you don't have anything nice to say, don't say anything at all."  Great for grade school.  Damaging in a marriage.  How about this instead:


Even more further than that, don't return silence with silence, but let everything you say be laced with beauty, love, respect, grace, and mercy. I thought respect was quiet. I'm learning respect has a voice.  It's gentle and sweet.  It's encouraging and genuine.  It's graceful and merciful.  Just as the rest of the verse reads: but instead, be a blessing.    

How did I miss that?




We would LOVE it if you linked up with a post about what God is showing you in the Word or in your life. Please also stop by and see what God has been teaching each co-hosts this week:

Sarah at Fontenot Four
Kelly at The Houtz House Party
Becky at Tales For Ashes
Kelly at Exceptionalistic
Falen at Upward Not Inward


Into the Word Wednesday Blog Hop Rules:

1. Write a post about what God is teaching you this week.
2. Follow the host and hostesses via GFC.
3. Grab a button to put on your blog - the more the merrier!
4. Check out (and comment) other people's blogs.
5. Be blessed by all the sisters and brothers around the world.

Tweet about the link up ::HERE::






If you wanna join in, here's the layout:




Tuesday, February 19, 2013

Clinging to Truths

"I'm not where I want to be, but I'm not where used to be."

I get easily frustrated by struggling with the same things over and over.

But it's a process, not a project (thank you Furtick). I've come a long way from where I was a year ago. So while Satan wants me to get frustrated and give up, I will continue on in God's Truth.

Jesus looked at them and said, “With man this is impossible, but with God all things are possible.”
Matthew 19:26 (NIV)

Give your entire attention to what God is doing right now, and don't get worked up about what may or may not happen tomorrow. God will help you deal with whatever hard things come up when the time comes.
Matthew 6:34 (MSG)

But among you there must not be even a hint of sexual immorality, or of any kind of impurity, or of greed, because these are improper for God’s holy people.
Ephesians 5:3 (NIV)

We demolish arguments and every pretension that sets itself up against the knowledge of God, and we take captive every thought to make it obedient to Christ.
2 Corinthians 10:5 (NIV)

Therefore, if anyone is in Christ, the new creation has come: The old has gone, the new is here!
2 Corinthians 5:17 (NIV)

Therefore, there is now no condemnation for those who are in Christ Jesus.
Romans 8:1 (NIV)

These are the Truths I hold close to my heart at this time in my life and cling to in times of frustration.

What Truths do you cling to?


Monday, February 18, 2013

Love {Faith Challenge}

Today's {Faith Challenge} topic is love.  With Valentine's Day, the foo foo magenta and red balloons, and the candy overload behind us, I want to chat with you for a second about a real life, face to face, love that I have come to know through Coffee and Jesus.


If you have frequented this blog for a while, you have heard me mention "Coffee and Jesus" almost weekly.  Many have asked, "what's this Coffee and Jesus you always talk about?"  Let me try to explain it as best as I can.  First, meet Katie:


Katie, who blogs :: HERE :: has an incredible testimony.  From that, the idea of Coffee and Jesus was birthed.  As the pieces fell together, an idea turned into a reality.  Her direct obedience and trust in God has turned into quite the blessing and it has been a thrill ride to watch!  Sooooo encouraging.  Really.

What follows is my experience with Coffee and Jesus, which to me is a tangible picture of love.  
I have seen first hand the love of God shine through the daughters he hand picked to be together in this group. 
Women have stopped what they are doing to pray for other women. 
Friends gather together to encourage, support, and help one another. 
Truth and wisdom blossoms into changed behaviors and transformations.  
Those that overflow pour freely into the empty cups. 
Friendships have formed. 
Lives have changed. 
Hearts have been softened. 
Marriages have been strengthened. 
Wavering faith has become bold and confident faith.
I have seen that there are other women out there who don't want to settle for mediocrity in their walk with Christ, but want to change the world with the love of a God who views them as treasured and redeemed.


Why is any of this important?  Why am I sharing this with you when the topic of today's challenge is love?  Because I have been to so many women's groups and been burned.  I have been talked about.  I have been stabbed in the back and the front.  Trusting women doesn't come easy for me, and honestly I had almost given up on finding a women's group that looked like what I have mentioned here. Thank God that I didn't! Really, I don't want you to either.

Dear friends, 
let us love one another, 
for love comes from God. 
 Everyone who loves
 has been born of God 
and knows God.
1 John 4:7

Don't give up.  There are women out there craving the same friendship and fellowship you are.  There are other women out there who have hearts for God, that will pour into you, will hold you accountable, will pray for you, and will encourage you in your faith.  There are other women out there that love God with every fiber of their being that are just waiting to love you too!  They do exist!  I promise.  Take a step of faith and don't give up on trying to find a small group, life group, or women's Bible study group.  Pray about where God wants you. 

Feel free to visit the current Facebook Page of Coffee and Jesus or stop by Katie's blog and get to know her through that avenue. 




So excited to be linking up with 
Cat over at This Little Life of Mine 
for the month of February!


If you wanna join in, here's the layout:


Linking up with Brooke here too.

Friday, February 15, 2013

Fab Five {31}



Every Friday we reflect on our week and post Five Fabulous things.

Sometimes it is not always easy.
But, we do it!

We ponder on the good of our week.
We encourage you to do the same.

Share with us!!
We love reading how your week has been too!!

1) This week I am grateful for:

Falen:  God's provision, blessings that flow from obedience, my husband listening to me whine and text messages. 

Laura:  Friends who tell me what I need to hear and not what I want to hear.
 
2) This week I enjoyed:

Falen:  Meeting my Carabox partners for the month of February, overhearing my husband listening to worship music, booking a few Arbonne parties, and hanging out with a few #CoffeeAndJesus girls during the week.
 
 

Laura:  Being the tooth fairy!  Baby girl is growing up too fast...lost her first tooth!
 

 3) This week I learned:

Falen:  Again that blessings flow from obedience.... so next time I wanna take control or choose comfort, remember to go for pleasing God not Falen.  The blessing is far better than anything I can ever imagine.

Laura:  Those internal thoughts of condemnation that I speak to myself over and over...yeah, they sound ridiculous when said out loud.  Lesson learned!!

4) This week I accomplished:

Falen:  Not letting what other people say define me or rob me of my worth and identity.  Thank God for that!  And a lot of stepping out in faith, trusting God with what's next, and buckling up for the ride!  Weeee!!!
 
Laura:  Lots of homework, unpacking a little, and more homework :)

5) I am looking forward to:

Falen:  Whatever God has in store for me in these next few weeks, game night with some incredible people that God gifted to lil' ole me, and next Friday is Love Worth Fighting For with Kirk Cameron!

Laura: Having a relaxing weekend complete with sleeping in, a movie or two, attending a Kairos reunion...oh yeah, and STUDY, Study, study (it's never caught up)
 
We look forward to hearing from you every week.
So, please share something the positive from your week.
We love to learn about you, engage with you, and get to know you.
Have a great weekend!!

A few times people have mentioned their interest in a Fab Five post structured like ours.  If you post a Fab Five Friday post, share it with us!  We enjoy reading them!
 
 


Linking Up With:
 Faith Filled Friday;  High Five For Friday

Thursday, February 14, 2013

Love Expects

Love expects... nothing in return.  It's Valentines Day.  We're all gushing emotions of love, jealousy, sadness...perhaps disgust even.  There are MANY ways to define or describe Love.

It does not dishonor others, 
it is not self-seeking,
it is not easily angered, 
it keeps no record of wrongs.
1 Corinthians 13:4

God has been working on me A LOT lately that real, true LOVE expects Nothing in return.

What I mean is... 

Give a gift 
Give a compliment 
Care about someone
Encourage someone 
Help someone
Pray for someone
Put uplifting words on someone's Facebook wall
Tweet some encouragement
Pay for the car behind you in the drive thru

without any expectations whatsoever!!  

If I get anything in return, it's a blessing, a miracle.  But I want to Love Everyone regardless of what I get in return... gifts, compliments, judgment, harsh words.

Say something bad about me, ok... still gonna show Love to you...even when it hurts!  This is the Love that Jesus has shown me.  And this is Love that He wants me to show the world.  



Wednesday, February 13, 2013

ITWW {28}

Into the Word Wednesday is a link up and blog hop where fellow Christian bloggers share something they have learned this week while Into the Word. If you are a Christian blogger, feel free to connect and follow other bloggers who are sharing their recent steps of their walk with the blogosphere! If you are not a blogger and you are interested in reading more biblically based posts, scroll down and click until your heart desires.

 Ephesians Five surprised me with this: 

This why it is said:
"Wake up, sleeper'
rise from the dead,
and Christ will shine on you."
Ephesians 5:14 

Rise is my #OneWord365.
Again, it makes an appearance and commands action.
Again, on display beside a promise.  Of what?

Christ will shine on me.

Have you heard the songs recently?

Shine Bright Like a Diamond
or, if you are more into country,
Shine On

The shine of a diamond can be seen with the eye,
but the shine of Jesus can be seen with the soul.
:: TWEET THIS ::

People notice something different about you when you are doing life the way Jesus called you to do it.

Being obedient:

Telling the truth
Respecting your husband
Remaining pure
Not being greedy
Reigning in that tongue
Not sinning...
Just loving!

produces the shine of Christ:

To your co-workers.
Your children.
Your friends.
Your spouse.
People at the store.
People at the post office.

Wake up and Shine the love of Christ to everyone you see today.  Don't walk around letting the dead ways of your past jeopardize your joy.  Be boldly confident in your identity in Christ today and do life the way He taught you.

God, as I go about my day today let every word, action, facial expression, and thought glorify you, be a display of Christ to everyone around me, be obedient to you, and in no way try to breathe life into who I was before I fell in love with you.  Lead me, guide me, and shine upon me!  In the name of Jesus I pray
~Amen



We would LOVE it if you linked up with a post about what God is showing you in the Word or in your life. Please also stop by and see what God has been teaching each co-hosts this week:

Sarah at Fontenot Four
Kelly at The Houtz House Party
Becky at Tales For Ashes
Kelly at Exceptionalistic
Falen at Upward Not Inward


Tweet about the Link Up ::HERE::

Into the Word Wednesday Blog Hop Rules:

1. Write a post about what God is teaching you this week.
2. Follow the host and hostesses via GFC.
3. Grab a button to put on your blog - the more the merrier!
4. Check out (and comment) other people's blogs.
5. Be blessed by all the sisters and brothers around the world.





So excited to be linking up with 
Cat over at This Little Life of Mine 
for the month of February!


If you wanna join in, here's the layout:


Tuesday, February 12, 2013

Prayer {Faith Challenge}

When you think of praying, do you envision an elaborate dialogue or literary work of art?  I used to.  I used to beat myself up because my prayers weren't anything special or elaborate.  God has really worked in me lately and has shown me that prayer is really just a conversation with Him.  It's a continual conversation I get to have with my best friend, at all times of day or night, regardless of where I am.

I don't know about you but I have often thought, man I wish my best friend was right here with me so I could share x, y, or z (insert happy, sad, or angry emotion) with them.  Guess what?  God is my best friend and he is Always listening!!

It has been interesting for me to go to God with these thoughts rather than my friends.  When I would go to a friend with something exciting I had done, I took all the credit.  When I go to God with something exciting I've done, I can't help but thank Him.  When I go to my friends with hurt and anger, my friends validate my point of view.  When I go to God with hurt and anger, He directs me to see the situation from other points of view that I couldn't see myself.

Just simply turning to Him rather than a friend has made such a difference in my life.

How has prayer made a difference in your life?



Covered in Grace

So excited to be linking up with 
Cat over at This Little Life of Mine 
for the month of February!


If you wanna join in, here's the layout:

Monday, February 11, 2013

Brings Joy {Faith Challenge}

What scriptures bring me joy?
Whew!  A lot of them!

Right now, however, this one gave me joy just this morning.


"See"

I read this as if the "see" is a question. 
See?!  I am doing new things!

"I am doing a new thing!"

I know for me, right at this very moment in my life, God is moving. New things are being done. Moves are being initiated. Transformations are in process. Walls are coming down. Prayers are being answered. New life is being birthed. Passions set on fire. All this, right before my very eyes. 

"Now it springs up"

I'm watching. I'm in awe. I'm blown away. I can't wipe the smile off my face. I just wanna shout! My God is so real. Even further, the phrase "springs up" goes right along with my #OneWord365, which is "Rise."  When I realized my word was rise, I didn't know it would apply to things around me too!  Praise God! 

"Do you not perceive it?"

Oh, I'm perceiving it! Yes, Lord. I must admit.  To the blind eye, it may not be perceived.  But, I'm acutely aware of the small things right now.  Watching.  Waiting.  Believing God's Word will not return void.

Hang in there.  Don't miss it.

See?  God's up to something!

This verse has brought me joy this morning.
What verse(s) bring you joy? 


So excited to be linking up with 
for the month of February!


If you wanna join in, here's the layout:

Friday, February 8, 2013

Fab Five {30}



Every Friday we reflect on our week and post Five Fabulous things.


Sometimes it is not always easy.

But, we do it!


We ponder on the good of our week.

We encourage you to do the same.


Share with us!!

We love reading how your week has been too!!


1) This week I am grateful for:

Falen:  Friends who call me me when they are down and let me encourage them.  There is something intangibly and brilliantly bright about being able to pour into the life of a friend.   

Laura:  Family willing to help me move...I am oh so very grateful for all their help.  My old house has lots of stairs and it was cold and snowy and they helped anyways.  Love them all!

2) This week I enjoyed:

Falen:  Climbing Gloss Weekend (a/k/a Glass Mountain) with my family this weekend.  It was beautiful, and we had a blast!

Laura:  Discovering new worship music via a classmate, Holly...love her & All Sons and Daughters.....this song produced so many tears...and won't get out of my head....

 3) This week I learned:

Falen: The power of just being there for someone, the power of stepping out of your comfort zone to get something better than what you have, the power of pure unadulterated love. 
 

Laura:  Transformation is continuous...perpetual...moment by moment.  Every breath is a chance to make better choices.  If you  haven't listened to the song above yet, DO IT!  If you can't tell already, it totally rocked me to the core!!

4) This week I accomplished:

Falen:  Becoming an Arbonne Consultant.  {Wanna know more, email me}.

 
Laura:  I am 95% moved....only 30% unpacked...

5) I am looking forward to:

Falen: #COFFEEANDJESUS!!  Yeah, it's tomorrow. I can't wait to fellowship with all my ladies!! I love them all so stinkin much!  Really, this power packed two hours of my Saturday does so much for my soul and carries me through two weeks. Tomorrow we will go over Psalm 139 and 1 Corinthians 13.  Can't Wait!
Laura:  My niece's baby shower tomorrow and having my other two nieces sleep over tomorrow night.
 
We look forward to hearing from you every week.
So, please share something the positive from your week.
We love to learn about you, engage with you, and get to know you.
Have a great weekend!!

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