Seasonal


Spring Essentials

09

Apr 2017

Spring Essentials

Featured Image by Jones Design Company By Angelina Rozhko I love Spring! Everything is budding, blooming, or in full bloom, letting out a fragrant aroma of the earth coming to life after a cold Winter. With the wintery frost melting away, the sun shining a little brighter and the temperatures rising, Spring is the perfect time to get out and make new memories! Here are...

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Winter Essentials

08

Feb 2017

Winter Essentials

By: Danielle Kingsley It might be February now, but winter is still in full swing! I may have grown up a So Cal girl, but after spending many a winter in Utah during my teenage years, I have grown to love this season! There is something fresh and magical about the winter months and I don’t want to miss it. Here are six of my current...

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Trusting Completely

03

Feb 2017

Trusting Completely

By: Danielle Kingsley “How will this be,” Mary asked the angel, “since I am a virgin?” The angel answered, “The Holy Spirit will come upon you, and the power of the Most High will overshadow you. So the holy one to be born will be called the Son of God. Even Elizabeth your relative is going to have a child in her old age, and...

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Winter Blues

14

Jan 2017

Winter Blues

By: Juliandra Durkin Anyone else feeling it this year? Waking up to grey skies everyday and cold, rainy, or snowy weather that keeps you cooped up, maybe you get a little bit moody and down like me? I love to hike springtime, summer, and fall, but during the winter my motivation to get out in the woods… well it sounds dreary and cold instead of...

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2017…WHAT IF?

05

Jan 2017

2017…WHAT IF?

Every time a new year rolls around my mind wanders with possibility. I think of the brand new slate ahead of me as I’m flooded with both possibility and fear. Possibility of what I could accomplish, of who I could become. Fear of what could happen, of who I might lose that I love. What if I just wake up at 7am every single morning? (not...

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Short Poem, Timeless Celebration

12

Dec 2016

Short Poem, Timeless Celebration

By: Juliandra Durkin   What a wonder, what a sight The Son of God was born tonight And to a woman so young and poor Her name, sweet Mary, Remembered forevermore.   Chosen before time to carry a King He who came so selflessly A life that started in a barn Animals and shepherds Witnessed the Savior’s first sounds.   Who would have known, Who...

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Gratitude Through the Ups and Downs

27

Nov 2016

Gratitude Through the Ups and Downs

By: Rachel Brown November is a month of thankfulness, causing us to sit back and really contemplate the blessings that have been bestowed upon us. Here at Wonderfully Made we strive to thank God daily for all He’s done for us, but we find ourselves in a particularly thoughtful mood each year when Thanksgiving rolls around. We know that it’s easy to practice gratitude when...

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5 Ways to Show Thanks This Season

22

Nov 2016

5 Ways to Show Thanks This Season

By: Katie Messer As Thanksgiving is upon us in only a matter of days, take a moment to assess your true feelings of giving thanks. Are they determined by a situation or by the unchanging status of our Lord, Jesus Christ? As I have reflected within my own life, I have come to the conclusion that the world only champions certain blessings. And for other...

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26

Sep 2016

Life Like a Pumpkin

By: Katie Messer When September comes around each year, there is one item that steals the show- the pumpkin. From seasonal foods, drinks and cinema classics to home décor and photo props, the pumpkin takes center stage! But, have you ever seen the pumpkin as a way to explain the Christian life? As the weather begins to cool and the leaves begin to fall, let’s...

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19

Sep 2016

Transitioning into Fall

By: Rachel Brown September 22nd marks the official start of the autumn season and while there are so many fun things to look forward to in the fall, sometimes it’s difficult to transition from the carefree vibes of summer to the productive, pumpkin-scented months that follow. We’ve cooked up some ways to lessen the blow in the switch in seasons, and we’d love to hear...

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Summer of Service

04

Aug 2016

Summer of Service

By: Rachel Brown We can’t believe it’s August! Summer is flying by, but there’s still plenty of time before Labor Day Weekend is upon us. This season is one for rest, relaxation, and exploration, certainly, but it’s also a good time to look outside ourselves and find ways to serve others. We’ve rounded up several ways that you can get busy serving, and we’d love...

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06

Jul 2016

Summer Reading List

By: Rachel Brown Summertime is finally here, and one of our favorite ways to unwind is to stretch out in the sunshine near a body of water (the ocean, a lake, the pool—take your pick) with a cool beverage and a great book. Here are some of the things we’re reading this summer, ranging from old classics to new releases. Share your favorite summer reads...

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22

May 2016

Tips for Preparing for Wedding Season

By: Rachel Brown Wedding season is upon us, and for many of us, that means we have several back-to-back weekends that will be spent celebrating brides-to-be at their bridal showers, bachelorette parties, and the actual weddings themselves. Whether we’re a member of the bridal party or not, we all have supportive roles to play as our dear family members and friends enjoy this exciting season...

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05

May 2016

Last-Minute Mother’s Day Gift Guide

By: Rachel Brown Mother’s Day is just hours away and if you haven’t scored the perfect gift for your mama yet, don’t panic! We’ve rounded up some great, quick options that are both beautiful and thoughtful. Check out our list below and enjoy this weekend with the special women in your lives! A Homemade Bouquet There is no better way to spruce up a space...

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23

Mar 2016

Three Reasons to Celebrate Easter

By: Abigail Driscoll Let’s be honest: it’s easy to forget. With all of life’s obligations, full schedules, the rush of getting everything done, and your do-to list hanging over our shoulder, holidays have a tendency to sneak up on us. We’re so caught off guard that we scramble to remember why we even celebrate them in the first place. This Easter, let’s take a break...

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22

Mar 2016

Springtime Again!

By: Juliandra Durkin Springtime is full of birds coming out of hiding, bursts of color, and flowers that permeate the air with sweet scent. It is time to get outside and enjoy the earth that is a gift and mystery! Check out this list of fun springtime activities to do solo or to bring friends closer together. Whatever you do this spring, enjoy the way...

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14

Feb 2016

Dear Daughter

By: Juliandra Durkin Dear Daughter, Sit with me while I tell you a story. Can you do that? This story begins long before you were born. Long before your brothers and sisters, friends, and even your parents were born. It begins at the dawn of time, when I created time… Before there was anything, I AM, and it was then that I thought of you....

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19

Dec 2015

What About Mary?

By: Juliandra Durkin Every little girl who goes to church at Christmastime wishes she could be Mary. Age 9, 10, 11… Girls want to be Mary in the Christmas plays they watch and stories they hear. Mary, an innocent girl, chosen and well favored by God, to carry the baby Jesus, the Savior and Messiah. An angel visited her and she said, “Yes.” She went...

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13

Dec 2015

12 Days of Christmas

By: Juliandra Durkin It’s Advent Season! Do any of you know what advent means? The definition of advent is “the arrival of a notable person, thing, or event.” Advent is a time to celebrate, reflect, and anticipate the birth of Jesus. There was no grand arrival for the Baby born in a barn, as his parents weren’t able to find a room to stay in...

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