This week I came across some really wonderfully fascinating things. First a documentary about gardening. I am almost the furthest thing from a gardener and I still loved it. The guy is just such a shining example of God using someone's gifts to glorify Himself. It's called Back to Eden and you can watch it for free.
Along those same lines of people using their passions to glorify God, I got these videos to use with our science curriculum and they are wonderfully heart-awing. (I know that's not really a word, but it can be now right). Watching and hearing about creatures God made and the things I never knew about them puts me in awe of God. These videos are made for adults but my kids were totally engaged. It's called Creation Proclaims.
I also found a bit of time to get out the new Missional Women Prayer Mosaic to you. Yay! If you've done a prayer mosaic before I bet you'll see some new stations in this one (since I made them up). And if you haven't enjoy! I love how these help you connect deeply with the Lord. It has everything you'd need to host your own and some fun pictures from the one we had at the conference. Check it out.
Laura, the founder of Missional Women is married and has five kids. Laura and her husband have been missionaries to college students for 12 years serving with Master Plan Ministries and has authored 5 books. You can find her at the places below.
In the works...