God is in the House!
Many of us are experiencing our living space differently in this time.
As we continue to ask, "Who is God and what is God up to?" we are turning attention to our own homes, where we are spending all our time these days.
Where do you see/hear/feel/know God within the walls of you home right now?
What has surprised you with delight? What needs have you unexpectedly felt met?
Or, where has there been despair? How did God encounter you there?
How have you experienced grace in the present moment?
Here's what we're doing:
Let's invite each other into our experience of God in our own spaces, and witness how God is present in each other's spaces as well!
These came in the mail today. Krysta made them and they're adorable. Imagining everyone receiving them and hiding them in our homes made me feel grateful, connected, and excited for Easter. -Kara
We rearranged the furniture in our apartment today (cabin fever alert). Tonight it is peaceful, clean (!), and feels a tiny bit new around here even after 10 days of not going anywhere. I'm grateful for the power of small changes to create a shift when you need one!
I feel God in my little kitchen when I wash the dishes. It gives me a pause to be silent, listen to music, or listen to a podcast. It provides a sense of routine and helps me feel oriented to time. I feel connected to nature as I feel the warm water. Grateful for these grounding little moments.
I've unexpectedly experienced creativity, gratitude, delight, and pleasure as I've prepared meals this week!
Went online to sign up to bag food with Sheridan Story. Had to sign up for tonight, because all the other spots through March were full!! "Look for the helpers" - we are surrounded!
This is today's moment from God in my workspace... The post it Mackenzie colored for me a while ago stuck to me as I pulled out my pencil for the work day. Put the post it in yesterday's moment... Art made by my girl.
Loving today and the sunshine that is coming through the sky in my bedroom office window.
We've been taking time as a family in our sun porch to enjoy the light, pray and color.