One thing I have learned is that "religion" is not perfect, but my God is. And though I haven't found my home yet, I've met some pretty incredible and faithful people that God has brought into my life. We've attended a local church and I found a mommy's group filled with God's love flowing threw so many encouraging women.
So this year, I'll be celebrating Lent a little bit differently, not with the church, but still in my heart. Last year, my Lenton promise was to worry less and pray more. I also made this a part of my New Year's Resolution this year. I want to expand on this a little more. I'm going to take time to pray, and I mean, really pray, for someone or a group of people who are in need prayers, each day of Lent. My goal is to share with you each of the 40 days, but I know it may not be possible with a toddler and life circumstances. I may have to get creative as of when and where I'll be praying.
Though I pray often and throughout the day, I'm often praying for myself. So I really want to be focused on praying for others. I know I'm not anyone special, but if you would like me to pray for you or someone you know, please feel free to leave a comment or email me. I would be more than happy to pray for you. And I hope my readers will join me in prayer too.
For where two or three come together in my name, there am I with them." Matthew 18:20