Hey, friend. ♥
Do you participate in the annual One-Word shenanigans? You know, where a single word is chosen to represent a focus for the year?
I’ve been on the One-Word Train for a while now. The last few years, God’s surprised me with words I haven’t always understood, or known how to implement. And, honestly, I like it better that way. (Keeps me from being bossy with my word.)
That’s my 2018 Word — Remember.
I’ve always been intrigued by God’s heart for remembrance, for marking time, for memorializing His movement in our lives since the days of old.
I’m not sure where this word will take me in 2018, but I’m excited to find out. I hope to share updates along the way as He writes remembrance on my heart this year.
What about you? Do you have a 2018 Word? If so, I’d love to hear.
May the same great God who performed wonders of old, leave a million imprints across your days as guideposts of remembrance this year, friend.
Grace upon grace in 2018.
P.S. — I’m visiting my oldest son at college today, so I won’t be around the linkup as much as I normally am. As always, I thank you for being a part of this sweet community. I’ve been so blessed by your friendships. You are my people, and you wear sisterhood well. ♥
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