Thursday, January 1, 2015

HAPPY 2015!

So, I'm working on a blog post that's quite long . . . re-capping my 2014 year . . . but that post may not be ready for a while . . . 

Therefore, I will wish you all a Happy New Year and leave you with my theme verses for 2015, plus a quote from the MOPS blog . . .

    "(God says:) Forget about what’s happened;
    don’t keep going over old history.
    Be alert, be present. I’m about to do something brand-new.
    It’s bursting out! Don’t you see it?...

    There it is! I’m making a road through the desert,
    rivers in the badlands." 
     ~Isaiah 43:18-19 (MSG)~

"Sometimes, good people wait patiently for God to intervene when what he is wanting is for us to act bravely and do something. Being a follower of Jesus calls for courage. The journey feels unexpected and unconventional. It requires bravely playing hide and seek in the dark, confronting the fears that scare us and holding the hand of a redeemer-guide who calls us to courageous acts of risk and trust. It means coloring outside of the lines. Dreaming bigger than we ever have before and getting swept up into the plans of a God who leaves us breathless with wonder."


michelle said...

Happy New Year Kimmy! I wish you and your family all of the best in 2015. I hope you had a wonderful Christmas.

~Rain``` said...

Happy New Year Kimmy! May 2015 be filled with joy and peace.

Ruth L. Snyder said...

Hi Kimmy,
I found you through a comment you left on the InScribe Writers Online blog. I'm an adoptive parent dealing with RAD and also edit a newsletter for adoptive, foster, and kinship families in Alberta. I'd love to connect with you.