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Summer: A Perfect Time to Refresh, Reassess, and Restart



They don’t always sync.


I have this pull drawing me like a magnet. It’s leading me to write children’s books. Christian ones. So I’m going to back to school. What else am I doing while my daughter sleeps? Among other things, I’m building a tribe here- moms who are new at this Christian thing. The problem is, while God is not bound to time, I am. It’s a finite commodity, and my eyes are bigger than my stomach, so to speak.

So momma, if you were here for the birth of this baby site and waiting for more, let me offer my most sincere apologies.
The good news? School’s out, my time isn’t up yet, and I’m here to offer what I can to help us moms who just want to do this Christian thing well- for us, for our kids, for our husbands, for our homes. For our legacies.

Momma, I want to hear from you, as I’m recharging and getting fresh blogs ready behind the scenes. What are your biggest struggles? Your biggest fears? What are the things you most want for your children? Your husband? Your legacy? And maybe most importantly, what are your hardest prayers?

Because honestly? Life presses in. And the big secret is this: it actually is easier than it looks. A.W. Tozer said it best: When God is exalted to the right place in our lives, a thousand problems are solved all at once.

So I’ll take my own advice and breathe deep. In a fast-paced world it’s easy to forget that slow-and-steady wins the race. Join a tribe of women finding their way- the best way- for themselves and their families. And prepare for weight to melt off your shoulders as you slow to step into the life God is calling you to.

I’m looking forward to getting to know you, momma. And looking forward to sharing in the triumphs and tragedies that will no doubt mark our years.

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Once upon a time, the world, it was mine;
nothing but sunshine and daisies.

Now I am grown, with mistakes that I own;
thank God for the grace that saves me.

2017 Kindra Silk