Have You Seen? {April 11th, 2021}

Last Week’s Theme: Names of God

El Roi – The God Who Sees You… And Me by Stephanie Prater-Clarke—”I can trace Him in my past. I can taste of Him in my present. And I can trust Him with my future.”

Belonging {Book Club} by Rachel Kahindi—”I related to Solange’s feeling that she was where she belonged. I also belong near the shore. Have you ever been in a place where you inexplicably felt belonging?”

When God Provides Abundantly More by Ashley Djokoto—”I remember one night, kneeling on the floor in tears, knowing God was asking me to surrender all my plans to him. I don’t think surrendering is ever an easy thing because we, as humans, tend to want our own way.”

Confused by Balloons, Comforted by Banners by Maria Mullet—”Banners remind us that we are not alone. Banners go before us as a place for us to set our gaze as we engage in battle.”

From Around the Web

The God Who Sees Me

Motherhood on the Field: Expectations versus Reality

Oops I Forgot Myself: Reclaiming Identity in a Massive Life Transition

Dealing with Secondary Trauma

On Instagram: 10 Questions to Check in on Someone

Finally, You Have Something to Offer

And Now For Next Week

The theme is…

Photo by Orlova Maria on Unsplash

We’ve spent a lot of time in our spaces over the last year.

Perhaps you have felt stuck, confined within those walls or a certain perimeter. Maybe your space has grown on you, bringing you a deeper sense of peace or comfort.

Did you paint a wall? Organize a closet? Settle into new rhythms in your space?

This week we begin the process of preparing our physical spaces for the Velvet Ashes Retreat (it is not to late to join in!) as well as creating space in our souls so we can listen well to the Father.

Show us your spaces—the places you have spent the most time lately, your favorite spots, and even where you will be retreating if that’s nearby!



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