Have you ever felt like spending time with God is a heavy burden that you HAVE to find time for and end up feeling guilty when you can’t carve out daily “quiet time”?


Have you wondered if the way or amount of time you are spending on your devotional time is enough? Do you feel like there is only “one perfect way” to spend time with God?

“Come to me, all you who are weary and burdened, and I will give you rest. Take my yoke upon you and learn from me, for I am gentle and humble in heart, and you will find rest for your souls. For my yoke is easy and my burden is light.” Matthew 11:28-30

I am an Enneagram 1, perfectionist, who is on a journey to say “yes” to God’s invitation for personal connection in my everyday, messy bun and muddy boots moments of life. I’m ready to let go of my heavy burden of “one perfect way” and instead accept HIS gentle invitation to be my gentle shepherd as He walks with me through my day.

Will you accept the invitation also and join me?

I’ll share my experiences with you as I journey through many of the ancient spiritual disciplines (and some modern ones too!) in hopes that those moments can be like seeds planted in fertile soil, while God tends to our souls in spiritual rhythms of grace.

For God’s grace embraces our questions as well as our answers and our blindness as well as our vision, just as the sun shines steadily through the night, waiting to illumine the sky at dawn.

Jean M. Blomquist, Wrestling till Dawn

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Hi, I’m Sarah. I am a mom to 4 girls, pastor’s wife and missionary in Hungary. When I’m not writing and drinking hot tea, you can find me in my rooftop garden, reading the next book in my stack, spending time planning my next home decor project or exploring with my family. Read more