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A definitive guide to what live wedding painting is, why live wedding painting is important, and how you can make live wedding personal and meaningful at your wedding “I don’t have words for how  much we LOVE our painting! We will cherish it! You are fantastic!” ^^It’s messages like THIS ONE that make my heart […]

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Creating a Gospel-Centered Self-Care Routine: refueling our souls so we can live more like Jesus

If we mean to take up our crosses daily and follow Jesus, I think sometimes we get lost in the idea that we don’t need to actually take care of ourselves. Here’s the thing: Jesus took time to reset and refuel. If it was good enough for Jesus, shouldn’t it be good enough for us? Here are three ways I’ve created a self-care routine that isn’t selfish, but refuels my SOUL so that I can be more like Jesus.

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3 THINGS SUCCESSFUL ART COLLECTORS DO BEFORE BRINGING ART INTO THEIR HOMES

Buying art can be kind of scary, can’t it? There are so many different styles out there — so much to choose from — and that can be intimidating. I’ve been there, friend. But what if I told you that collecting art doesn’t have to be scary OR intimidating? But instead collecting art can, in […]

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BEHIND THE GREATER GARDEN

Listening to a mix of Daniel Tiger and worship music, I noticed the immense beauty that is autumn.  When I paused to think about it, fall is where things are dying, so that they can be made new again.  Trees lose their leaves. Grass turns brown.  Flowers that bloom annually hide away.  Even though things are “dying,” they’re dying so that the earth can rest in winter, and then come spring we see again a beloved picture of how God is renewing all things.   Nature is preparing for the sabbath of winter–a lovely and much needed rest after the heat of summer. > Excerpt.

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