To Reap a Harvest, You Have to Plant Some Seeds {vlog}

Sometimes talking is easier than writing. This was the case for today’s post. We’re trying out a new feature for you and it looks like I’m the first guinea pig. Video!

Tell us if you like these short little snippets, and perhaps we’ll include more in the future! Also, as I mentioned in the video, let us know if you’d like prayer in this area by leaving a comment (by clicking up top) or by commenting on this post over on Facebook.

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Books Amanda mentioned:

Wild in the Hollow, Amber Haines

Audacious, Beth Moore

Learning to Walk in the Dark, Barbara Brown Taylor

Let Your Life Speak, Parker J. Palmer

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Amanda Bacon

Amanda is the mother of eight kids through birth and adoption and has been married for eighteen years to the most helpful man on the planet. She is an encouraging voice for moms everywhere through the written and spoken word. In addition to The Masterpiece Mom blog and podcast, she also writes at AmandaBacon.com and is over the top in love with Instagram (@amanda_baconbits). Come over and say hi!
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About Amanda Bacon

Amanda is the mother of eight kids through birth and adoption and has been married for eighteen years to the most helpful man on the planet. She is an encouraging voice for moms everywhere through the written and spoken word. In addition to The Masterpiece Mom blog and podcast, she also writes at AmandaBacon.com and is over the top in love with Instagram (@amanda_baconbits). Come over and say hi!

Comments

  1. Amanda! I love seeing your face and hearing your voice. Thank you for your words today. Persevering and planting and praying here too 🙂

  2. Hi Amanda,

    Me again, That Galations 6:9 verse has been repeating itself in my mind over and over. In the last couple weeks, we have had a couple guests speakers come to speak at our Church, and they have shared that exact verse! I’m not even married, let alone close to being a mother, so I don’t really know what you are going through. Sometimes for me, just the repetitive everyday stuff gets old after awhile. A lot of what I do is ministry related, and there again, I love it, and it’s what I feel God has called me to do, but it gets repetitious. I tend to get impatient and want results right away, but I find that I need the reminder that a full harvest takes time.
    Thank you so much for the reminder. Oh, and I’m close to being a book hoarder too!
    Blessings!
    Bethany

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