31 Days (Not) According to Plan

31 Days Not According to PlanIn the past year, my husband and I have lived in seven homes, moved between three states, and worked seven jobs. Despite living on an extremely tight budget, we got to spend our five year anniversary in France.

In so many ways, life has not gone according to plan.

But life has been incredibly rich.

We’ve been surrounded by meaningful relationships and blessed with work we enjoy. We’ve had opportunities to use our gifts and to trust God like never before.

We’ve found that when we’re open to life not going according to plan, space opens up to see God work wonders.

After a long hiatus from blogging, I’m eager to share stories from our journey with you. My hope is that these stories will bless and encourage you.

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31 Days Not According to Plan

Special thanks to Emily Crawford for designing the awesome graphics for this series!

Day 1: Plans Fall Apart

Day 2: Making a List

Day 3: Be Still & Know

Day 4: Pod Parties

Day 5: Pondering Plans

Day 6: Small Town America

Day 7: A Nest in Disarray

Day 8: A Door Opens

Day 9: Creating Room to Breathe

Day 10: Hi Ho, Hi Ho…

Day 11: Sunday Night Suppers

Day 12, Part 1: Just Living

Day 12, Part 2: Justice: An Everyday Choice

Day 12, Part 3: The Justice Conference 2014

Day 13, Part 1: Days That Don’t Go According to Plan

Day 13, Part 2: Unexpected Attack

Day 13, Part 3: After the Fall


5 thoughts on “31 Days (Not) According to Plan”

  1. I cannot wait!!! Miss you…

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