Jesus is the only thing in this life that can truly satisfy.
He is the only thing that can fill our cups up to overflowing.
So learning how to get Jesus into our life everyday is crucial.
This area of the website is dedicated to encouraging you to do just that!
keep our cups fill up with His Word and the Holy Spirit
empty our minds of the physical things that want to fill it but rather look to the spiritual
seek truth around the lies we hear in our heads
Recent Posts On Filling Our Cups With Jesus
NEW PODCAST EPISODE is here! Join Rachel and I for part three of this series on BURNOUT. Today we are talking about REST. Emotional, relational, and spiritual rest. We chat about how to make a weekly Sabbath rest priority. Rachel retells the story of Elijah and what God did for him when he was burnout. […]
We’ve missed out on several things the last few months. Events have been canceled. Kids activities postponed. Family vacations seem like this far off distant thing of the past. Disappointments abound in plenty. Showers, weddings, trips, and parties. Spring sports for our kids, school, the last day for seniors, graduation ceremonies and parties… Even […]
Part Two of our series on BURNOUT is here!! In this episode Rachel and I talk about practical answers for dealing with with burnout. The list includes caffeine, diet, exercise, rhythms of rest, and herbs. Don’t expect a list of rules or list of things you use not do. Really, I think you will be […]
This week I am chatting with my friend, September McCarthy. September is a homeschool mom, author, and fellow introvert. We are talking about the introverted mom life; boundaries and balance at home, in ministry, and social invitations. September gives introverts permission to make time to refuel in purposeful ways. Fellow Introvert, You […]
The other day I was watching one of my gals do her language worksheet. She was finding the subject and verb. The sentence went something like this. . . “In art class, we made animal masks.” That “In art class” part got a little distracting. It really has nothing to do with finding […]
Our garage has been bursting at the seams for a while. The previous owners had a ramp in place at the doorway to the house. It was handy. Handy when we moved in furniture, carried groceries in, and needed to run our quick for something in the freezer. The kids of course loved it to […]
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