How is your Lenten Journey going so far this year? It’s been a subtle journey for me this year but I am enjoying making a little extra time for the Lord and trying to focus on His goodness in my life. I have also gotten my School of Mary booklet published and that has been the fulfillment of many years work on my Eucharistic Life ministry, so it’s been an eventful Lenten journey so far.
I’m happy to announce that I am joining the Hearts for Home Blog Hop team as a hostess starting this week!
The Hearts for Home Blog Hop is a weekly blog hop that begins every Thursday morning. The theme of this blog hop is showing that our hearts are for our homes. Isn’t that a wonderful theme? I love that it’s so inclusive but that it gets right to the heart of the matter! You can link up post topics such as: homeschooling, marriage, parenting, homemaking, faith, budgeting, crafts, DIY projects and more! All posts must be family friendly. Each week I will feature the most popular post and one or two of my favorites every week!
Please make sure to link directly to your post (not your main blog page) so we can find the fabulous post you want to share. Kindly make sure to visit some of the other wonderful bloggers who have linked up here.
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Not a blogger? Not a problem. This is the perfect place for finding ideas and inspiration for fulfilling your role as a wife, mother and follower of Christ and they are all in one place. So grab that cup of coffee, hop around, read and be inspired!
Featured Lenten Journey Posts:
The most clicked post this week was from Amy @ A Nest in the Rocks:
And I loved these Lenten Journey posts:
I loved the many Lenten thoughts and ideas in this post. It’s a link up also so there is a whole host of Lenten Journey ideas for keeping the love in Lent! But I fell in love with this simple watercolor crucifix project. So beautiful!
I thought this soup recipe looked wonderful for Lent and I would love to try it. I love lentils and beans but use them mostly in recipes or eat them with rice. I haven’t gotten too accustomed to putting them in soups, so it is a goal for me to try this recipe sometime during Lent. I’d love to do a family Stations of the Cross and have this soup some Friday evening before Lent is over.
And now Link Up!
(*Note: If you link up it gives me permission to use one of your images should I choose to feature you and link back to your post next week.)