This school year I’ve spoken at three different mom groups about Miracles in the Mundane.  Here’s the speaking topic description:
Tired of the same old same old? Between the sleep deprivation, laundry, and washing dishes, life can feel mundane. As a mom we end up focusing more on the tasks at hand instead of on the miracles before us: a smile, a hug from a child, a giggle, a friend comes to visit, an answered prayer. By looking at Scripture, practical teaching and application, we will recount God’s goodness and celebrate all that He is doing in our lives! We will walk away with a new set of eyes, asking God to help us see His miracles in the mundane.

As reflected in the header image above, this topic has been an opportunity for moms to share about the miracles that they have experienced during their mundane.

After enduring weeks of health ailments in our household, I recently spoke at a moms’ group about a miracle that emerged. (This miracle came on my birthday!) If you’d like to find out what it was please contact me to request the audio file. For a clue, see this image below.

What’s your miracles in the mundane?

16 thoughts on “Finding Miracles in the Mundane

  1. Listened to your talk you posted here! How exciting about your devotional book!! 🙂 Can’t wait to hear about your journey through this! What a blessing indeed. Blessings to you!

  2. Thanks for sharing your message, Stacey! I listened to it as I did my mundane kitchen tasks, and it is so true–we can truly find miracles in our mundane tasks, and offer up our lives as an offering to the Lord! Congrats on the devotional book! What wonderful news to receive on your birthday! 🙂

  3. Hahaha. If the contents of my mind could be displayed visually, it would probably look like all your post-it notes. LOL I picked up bullet journaling last year and it has definitely helped. That was certainly a “miracle” tool to help in my chaotic mundane. 😉

  4. Stacey, Congratulations on your book! That’s wonderful! And I listened to the devotional. I really needed that. I’m spending my whole day with the mundane and now I have a whole new perspective about it. Thank you.

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