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New Post: A Fluency of Hope http://gracetable.org/a-fluency-of-hope?utm_content=buffere7943&utm_medium=social&utm_source=pinterest.com&utm_campaign=buffer The word of the day app keeps opening to the word fenestrated. I look up the definition because while I consider myself well read, fenestrated is a jumble of foreign syllables to me. It says provided with a window or windows. I look out the windows. The dark still awaits the break of dawn and…

New Post: A Fluency of Hope http://gracetable.org/a-fluency-of-hope?utm_content=buffere7943&utm_medium=social&utm_source=pinterest.com&utm_campaign=buffer The word of the day app keeps opening to the word fenestrated. I look up the definition because while I consider myself well read, fenestrated is a jumble of foreign syllables to me. It says provided with a window or windows. I look out the windows. The dark still awaits the break of dawn and…

Lori Harris // Do Justice. Love Mercy. Walk Humbly. { Thoughts on Racism and My Place}

The Easiest, Yummiest Meal Ever. {what I make for new moms} - Lori Harris

Love these easily do-able ideas for connecting with people!

Six Tips For making Real Life Connections

Love these easily do-able ideas for connecting with people!

Two Ways to be Purposeful in your Work

Two Ways to be Purposeful in your Work (Nesting Place)

Finding rest in incompleteness. Take Joy in Little Wins :: White House, No Shutters

Water splatters on my shirt as I scrub the last bits of garlic, tomatillos, and cilantro from the Cuisinart with intensity. The crunching sound of a key pushing into the lock pulls focus from the kitchen sink to the front door. I quickly turn off the flow and before I can dry soapy hands on a dishto

One of the Most Offensive Things God Asks

Water splatters on my shirt as I scrub the last bits of garlic, tomatillos, and cilantro from the Cuisinart with intensity. The crunching sound of a key pushing into the lock pulls focus from the kitchen sink to the front door. I quickly turn off the flow and before I can dry soapy hands on a dishto

Small acts of kindness can go a long way, especially in military life. Check out this list of ideas for random acts of kindness for the military community.

Acts of Kindness for the Military Community

Small acts of kindness can go a long way, especially in military life. Check out this list of ideas for random acts of kindness for the military community.

The Church is about building community in Christ and gathering in fellowship, and the Turquoise Tables perfectly suit these purposes.

The Church is about building community in Christ and gathering in fellowship, and the Turquoise Tables perfectly suit these purposes.

Fighting Boredom with Loveliness - Grace Table

Fighting Boredom with Loveliness

“Our response to… loveliness is not always delight: It is, far more often than it should be, boredom. We have to cultivate loveliness.

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1920x1280 alone picture desktop

Two Kinds of Lonely - Grace Table

Lemon Rice Krispie Treats

Speak when you are angry - and you'll make the best speech you'll ever regret.

I do this all the time. But I've learned to not regret. If you have the truth and clean conscience on your side. never regret.

Grace Table : Food and Family {figuring it out}

Food and Family {figuring it out}

the beginnings of brave hospitality : on food and family

Finding Joy Amidst the Grief - Grace Table

Finding Joy Amidst the Grief

Finding Joy Amidst the Grief - Grace Table

New Post: Reconciliation through my Son http://gracetable.org/reconciliation-through-my-son?utm_content=buffera6593&utm_medium=social&utm_source=pinterest.com&utm_campaign=buffer Tears stream down his face as he reaches his arms out to me. Mommyyyy! Huuuggg! Huuuggg! My jaw, my arms, my heart are clenched. Anger pulsates through my body, and I refuse to oblige. He’s two years old, and I should know better, but in the moment I want him to bear the consequences of…

Reconciliation through my Son

New Post: Reconciliation through my Son http://gracetable.org/reconciliation-through-my-son?utm_content=buffera6593&utm_medium=social&utm_source=pinterest.com&utm_campaign=buffer Tears stream down his face as he reaches his arms out to me. Mommyyyy! Huuuggg! Huuuggg! My jaw, my arms, my heart are clenched. Anger pulsates through my body, and I refuse to oblige. He’s two years old, and I should know better, but in the moment I want him to bear the consequences of…

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