Thanksgiving Throwback and Our Grace & Truth Link-Up

November 27, 2020 |
Grace & Truth

Can you believe Thanksgiving has already come and gone?

Earlier this week, my family and I went to Austin, TX to watch my son run in his final State Cross Country meet.

Y’all, being a mom of a high school senior is rough. I’ve always been overly emotional (it’s the way God made me, I feel things deeply), but this year has really hit me hard.

Because I’ve been out-of-pocket, I wanted to share a post from our archives today.

Candid Gal, Jessica Schneider wrote this post back in 2017, but I found it so relatable this year.

What are you thankful for this year? Click To Tweet
For this I am thankful... and our weekly Christian link-up

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For This I Am Thankful

And if you’re more in the mood for a Black Friday post, check out this one we featured last year by Pam Ecrement: No Catch… Really!

P.S. Don’t forget Christmas is coming. Prepare your heart for the holidays with these Christ-centered devotions written by Heather Hart. As one reader put it, They are saturated with Scripture, personal antidotes, and Bible stories that speak to the soul and add depth and meaning to the birth of our Savior.

Get your copy from Amazon or click here to learn more.

Christmas is Coming

Now For This Week’s Link Up!

Let’s bless and encourage one another in our walk with the Lord…

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