Monday, May 12, 2014

Redeemed Ware


Today, I am excited to show you all what I have been working on lately.  Truth be told this has been over 14 years in the making but what can I say….I am s-l-o-w!  It all started when I was in the hospital during my first pregnancy and my mother brought me a something from the hospital gift shop.  It was a key chain made out of vintage silverware.  I fell in love with it immediately!  A little later I wanted to give a key chain like it as a gift and could not find one anywhere.  I sweet talked my dad and husband into learning how to make them for me.  I would buy the silverware and they would cut and shaped them.  The key chains have been one of my favorite gifts to give for years.  Then I started collecting silver pieces because I loved them and soon have a very large collection and wondered what I could do with it all.  One day while out shopping I saw some hand stamped jewelry and thought man I could do that to my silver pieces.   I rushed out and bought metal stamps and then life happened and I did nothing.  There might have been some fear mixed in with that life too, what if no one liked what I did! Then as only God can do, He placed someone in my path to ask for that exact thing!  A friend wanted hand stamped silverware to give as a gift and she asked me if I would do it.  I said yes and

Redeemed WARE

was born!

It has been my favorite product lines to develop. FOR YEARS, I shopped for that useless, unlovable thing and dreaming of how it can be changed and become a thing of great beauty and value. It reminds me every time of my salvation.
Without redemption through the blood of Jesus Christ I would be unlovable and useless but because of it

I am a daughter of the King

My desire is that each time you pick up a piece of Redeemed Ware you will know that you too have great value!

Here are a few pieces from the shop.

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Of course my eBook is still available in the shop




There are still Bible Memory Verse Pillows




Marriage Pillows


and Between You and Me Notebooks


Thank you all for your support through the years!  You are truly a blessing to me!



Monday, April 7, 2014

Washing Feet

Terror, Panic, and Shock those where just a few of the emotions me and I'm sure my friends where feeling right at that moment. It felt like the air had been sucked out of the room.

Me and three of my friends where sitting around the table doing a Bible study

when out teacher announced that we where going to wash each others feet.

I shall give you a moment to think about that.

I hope y'all (I might have a southern accent ;)) have read John 13:1-17,

if not grab your Bible because that's what this post is on, It's

the story of when Jesus washed His disciples' feet. It all takes place

right before the Passover feast.

Jesus and His disciples where eating when Jesus got up and started to call the disciple's

over and was washing their feet.

Can you believe that?!?!

I had a hard time letting my friend wash my feet, so could you ever in your wildest dreams imagine,

Jesus, the King of Kings, Heavenly Father, Elohim, All Powerful, Sovereign God, washing your feet?

The man who was born through a virgin mother and came to

die on the cross for you!

When you are washing someone's feet you are humbling yourself a great deal.

As well as being extremely obedient, because I promise you that none of us wake up in the morning saying "Wow I really want to wash peoples feet today."

And who can say if a stranger walked up to you and said "I'm going to wash your feet."

would be completely comfortable.

Well that's kinds how Simon Peter, one of Jesus' disciples felt.

John 13:6-10

New International Version (NIV)

6 He came to Simon Peter, who said to him, “Lord, are you going to wash my feet?”

7 Jesus replied, “You do not realize now what I am doing, but later you will understand.”

8 “No,” said Peter, “you shall never wash my feet.”

Jesus answered, “Unless I wash you, you have no part with me.”

9 “Then, Lord,” Simon Peter replied, “not just my feet but my hands and my head as well!”

10 Jesus answered, “Those who have had a bath need only to wash their feet; their whole body is clean. And you are clean, though not every one of you.”

You see it wasn't really that their literal feet where dirty (though I'm sure they where)
it was a symbol. Jesus wouldn't wash all of Simon Peter because he had already done that

through Simon Peters baptism. 

If you have already been saved and you tell a lie you don't get saved again,no.

You just ask for forgiveness, when He forgives you He has just washed your feet.

You might be thinking what is me washing somebodies feet going to accomplish?

It shows humility, obedience, and a bunch of love.

While we were washing each others feet we prayed for each other. I didn't cry while I was washing her feet, but I continued that prayer in my room that night in my room and I can promise you I cried.

We used sugar scrub on each others feet and now any time I use sugar scrub I will always

remember when me and my friends washed feet.

Sister in Christ,


Monday, March 31, 2014



***  Good Morning!  You are in for another treat, here is another great post from my girl!  BTW, did I mention she is only 14.  I am so proud she calls me Momma!***

Is there a difference between pretty and beautiful?


Say you meet two girls:

Girl one, is a beauty pageant queen (disclaimer* i do not feel that this one girl represents all pageant people*) never smiles unless someone is taking her picture. Is rude, curses, and is disrespectful and to any one who tries to talk to her.

Girl two, she’s the girl who sits in the back of your trig. class, doesn't have any real friends who want to sit with her during lunch, but whenever somebody talks to her she is all smiles and excited to listen and talk to them about God and their life.

Now, which one do you think is pretty?

Now, which one do you think is beautiful?

Hopefully you think girl two is beautiful. No she’s not the pageant queen or has the best of clothes but she is kind and you feel happy when ever you talk to her.

"Like a gold ring in a pigs snout is a beautiful woman who shows no discretion."

                                          Proverbs 11:22

Why such a disturbing example? The person who wrote that verse probably used an overstatement to emphasize how wrong it is to put beauty with indiscretion."

"Woe to you, teachers of the law and Pharisees, you hypocrites! You are like whitewashed tombs, which look beautiful on the outside but on the inside are full of dead men's bones and everything unclean."  Matthew 23:27

Okay again another gross example, but you get the point.

And my favorite.

"Your beauty should not come from outward adornment, such as braided hair and the wearing of gold jewelry and fine clothes. Instead, it should be that of your inner self, the unfading beauty gentle and quiet spirit, which is of great worth in Gods sight. For this is the way the holy women of the past who put their hope in God to make themselves beautiful..."

1Peter 3:3-5a

Peter doesn't mean your an ugly sinner when you braid your hair or wear gold jewelry he's just saying that shouldn't be where we count ourselves as beautiful, and don't hate your selves when your hair isn't  curled or your face not covered with makeup.

When you were little and your mom just had another baby, she sat there holding the baby saying that it is the most beautiful baby in the world and just so cute, but honestly the kid looks like a rotten potato. Just plain and simple.

That's the way God looks at you He thinks your beautiful, beautiful enough that He sent His Son to die on the cross for you!

So it doesn't mater what others think of you or what you think of yourself, you are


True beauty is on the inside, its how you treat others, how you hold the door open for the person behind you, and how you treat yourself.

You are










sister in Christ,



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