Articles of hope and links to encourage you
*Articles updated monthly
This month: Tips from an organizing professional
Danielle Wurth is a professional organizer, a mom, and has gone through more than one move. She’s the Founder of Wurth Organizing. Danielle’s proven process helps clients become efficient and productive with their time, encouraging enriched relationships and a more peaceful and calm lifestyle.
Danielle shares her best methods for getting organized for a move and reveals how many of these ideas can be incorporated into everyday life. Listen and download
From light-hearted musings to challenges every woman faces.
When you are young, you don’t always realize the hidden treasures you learn from the simple things in life. They become life lessons that can shape your thinking, your attitude, the way you treat others, and how you, in turn, raise your own children.
I look back and realize how Daddy’s backyard had hidden treasures of life lessons that continue to influence and impact my life today. Read on
"No amount of regret changes the past. No amount of anxiety changes the future. Any amount of gratitude changes the present." - Ann Voskamp Take the first step...
"When one hard thing happens, I think, 'I can do this.'
"Two more hard things arrive on the heels of the first, and I’m praying, 'Lord, I know I trust you. Can you please help me with this?'"
During tough times, Dina was comforted by God’s unexpected provisions. More
Create a comfortable and inviting guest room for you out of town guests. Real Simple magazine offers some great ideas to ensure your guests feel comfortable and welcomed. Everything you need for the ultimate guest room. Start today!
"I was as overwhelmed by the move, all our stuff with no basement to store it in. My brain, heart and even a portion of my soul must have still been somewhere buried in a box because I did the unimaginable. I threw out Big Teddy.
"A few weeks later, when what I had done was discovered, she cried for days. She was devastated and angry. She was at the end of 2nd grade but with all the strength and conviction her little body could muster, she locked eyes with me and vowed she would never forgive me." Read Jesse's story
A fresh start is a good thing. It gives you a chance to begin anew with a “clean slate” and that’s always good. Everyone is a little nervous, but your apprehension brings you closer to Christ and your family learns to depend upon each other more than before. Here is a list to serve as a reminder during doubtful or uncomfortable days. Start today
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In the current issue of Bloom: A Call to Kindness
Whether it’s rolling your neighbor’s trash can to the curb or serving at a food bank, acts of kindness are the first steps to fostering a more caring community. Acts of kindness can open channels of communication and connection. Plus, research has proven that well-being and happiness is increased in the person who goes out of his or her way to be kind. And, by the way, the more personal the act, the better you feel.
Check out this issue to learn ways to be kind to yourself (a good place to begin), find the good in people, and to be inspired by two organizations that are addressing the needs of individuals and schools in creative ways. Read on
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We've gathered some of the best articles in our 26 years of ministry. These articles cover issues commonly faced by women who have been uprooted by a move. Topics include making new friends, moving with kids, your emotions, self-care, regaining your sense of identity, marriage, and more!
Susan answers some of the most common questions about the impact of a move on emotions, marriage, family, loneliness, and cross-cultural moves.
Every month we feature an After the Boxes are Unpacked study group. These groups that are meeting online and in-person are offering friendship, connection, and the path to emotional well-being and spiritual growth for women who have been uprooted by a move. Check out this month's Spotlight!
We'd love to hear from you! How has God used a move or other major change in your life? Write about it and send it to Ann: email@example.com or mail to Just Moved Ministry, 8010 E Morgan Tr., Scottsdale, AZ 85258
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