This Weekend: Easy Weekend Activity~High-Five the Wild!

let your spirit explode

Collide with Love. Battle Doubt. Crunch Criticism. Consume Affirmations.
Pray BigThank God. Banish Worry. Embrace Abundance. Celebrate Possibilities!
E X P L O D E! Because of Grace

Special Thanks to Carol Bailey Floyd at Celebrate Possibilities for sharing these pictures!

Carol Smiling in front of a church

Carol smiling in front of a church mural

What will you High-Five this weekend?

Other Weekend Activities

 

Saturday Digest~December 31

…the last Saturday Digest of 2011…Happiest Beginning to your New Year!

~Great Advice for the New Year: Let EVERY SINGLE PIECE OF BRAIN BAGGAGE GO and starting over with fresh hope, fresh faith, an open mind and endless possibilities. Brave Girls’ Club

~20 Words That Will Change Your Day New Year

~Make a Not-to-Do List for 2012Ask God to clarify the things he wants you to do this year, and then ruthlessly move everything else onto your list of things not-to-do. Then, press on toward the goal to win the prize for which God has called you (Philippians 3:14).

~7 Citrus-Inspired Recipes for Holiday Detox from my friend Jacqui Hatzell who blogs at The Sacred Yes:  

~Friend Brenton’s soul-nourishing, new music, “I Need You” is available for free download 

~Lots of writing/speaking about “finding your passion.” Here is another perspective on passion and the actual meaning of the word passionate.

Video of the Week:

Music by Teri Geisel

:) See you back here next year, Because of Grace!

Saturday Digest~May 7, 2011

What if you woke up one morning, and you had nothing? A poignant gratitude list from We Love Gratitude

This great series called “Flowers  on a Saturday

When everything becomes TOO MUCH   I am nodding my head and feeling relieved all at the same time.

I started reading about Jesus long before I entered into a real relationship with Him. I wanted my heart to understand what my head knew. To read the rest of this thoughtful post, please gently click here

God has many names, each representing a benefit of what God promises to do you in your life. For instance, Jehovah Jireh means “God will provide everything I need.” Jehovah Shalom means “God will be my peace.” And Jehovah Tsidkenumeans “God will be my righteousness.” Over and over in scripture, every name for God represents a basic problem, threat, or emotional illness you have in your life that God can take care of. He is omniscient (all-knowing) and omnipotent (all-powerful) and is “worthy to receive all glory and honor”(Revelation 4:11 NIV). To read the rest of this post by Rick Warren gently click here
 
 
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