In class on Monday, our teacher was teaching about the importance of communication, respect, listening skills and flexibility. We played a game where we broke up into teams of two people. One person was the “ears” and wore a mask covering their eyes, and the other was the “voice” who spoke and gave directions to… Continue reading Even When I Cannot See.
Check out Leah’s blog here! INSTA: @leahmruby INTERVIEW // Abby Rose: Can you tell us a little about yourself? Leah: I was adopted when I was about 10 months old. (I can never get the number right). But somewhere around there. I think that is a huge basis for my faith because without such an… Continue reading Interview with Leah from Letters from Leah.
Abby Rose: Tell us a little about yourself? B. > My name is Boluwatife which means “how God wants it”. I am 17 years old, I am a Nigerian. I love theatre, music, singing and i enjoy playing my guitar. Most importantly, I love God so much, I live to please him and do his… Continue reading Interview with Boluwatife from It’s All About Christ Blog.
Abby Rose: Can you tell us a little about yourself? Grace: Sure! My name is Grace, and I’m a teenage daughter of the King of Kings. My greatest passion is music; stop by my house on any given day and you may be serenaded to the front door by the sweet (well, not always) strains… Continue reading Interview with Grace from Grace Notes.
This Thursday I am thankful for….. a sweet friend who sent me ‘The Storyteller’ by Morgan Harper Nichols that i have been wanting! such a blessing! making ‘fairy gardens’ with my mama. making lots and lots and LOTS of flower crowns. (how i celebrate the first day of spring)! getting to see my sweet and… Continue reading Thursday Thankful Things. //
If you know me, you know I love to go shopping at flea markets and thrift stores. (The only shopping I like except for craft shopping, haha.) I came across the book ‘Do Hard Things’ for a dollar or so and snatched it up because I had seen a lot of friends say they loved… Continue reading DO HARD THINGS. //
We all have a safe place. A place of refuge. A place where we don’t fear or worry, where our hearts are at peace. We all have a place we run to when the storms of life come. We all have a place we call “home.” Where is your place of refuge? Psalm 91 1.… Continue reading Your Place of Refuge.