This is a guest post by Ashley Lampkins: “Waiting on the Lord” is almost considered an extra spiritual gift in Christian circles. Now hear me out, there are times when the Lord calls us to very specific seasons of waiting. I trust that you will know when you are in that, because of wise counsel
This is a guest post by Jenna Lanoue: I have always been a strange blend of a detailed, type-A planner swirled up with a day-dreaming, mess-making creative. I take way too long to address beautifully hand-lettered invoices at work and I create checklists anytime I sit down to paint. I work at a computer all day
This is a guest post by Elise Bahr: A few weeks ago, I had my first $3,500 manicure . . . and it was horrible. My sister-in-law and I had decided to get our nails done during a 6-hour layover in Ft. Lauderdale on the way back from a great mission trip in Haiti. Somehow,
Ever since my 2 year old fingers wrapped around a crayon or were submerged in finger paint, I’ve always been drawn to anything creative. My heart would skip a beat walking into an art store, surrounded by any and every medium to express my love for color and creating.
Maggie Johnson. Where do I begin. Maggie and I met our freshman year of college, and her feisty personality, tender and sincere heart, and contagious way of loving people and loving Jesus instantly drew me to her. We were quick friends, and have celebrate many milestones together over the years. I would say that Maggie
Hey Word&Crafters, I am honored to be guest posting in another corner of internet space. My dear friend, Maggie Johnson, is an incredibly gifted writer who speaks honestly and often about marriage, faith, and gender roles. Her blog, Sparks from the Soul, has been named among the top 25 Christian blogs you should be reading