Peek-A-Boo! {Five Minutes for Faith}

I am featured over at 5 Minutes for Faith today, talking about being seen.  Here is a little bit of what I shared there:

When I was a child, I loved to play “Peek-A-Boo” with my parents.  It was my chance to deliberately hide.  But hiding wasn’t the best part for me.  It was in being found where I experienced the most joy.  Growing up, I often felt unseen.  So much activity surrounded my older brothers and sister, as well as the baby, that I often felt pushed aside.  So imagine my joy when my parents would be intentional in their pursuit of me as we played this game . It was my time alone with them.  Uninterrupted.  They had to come looking for me.  I was waiting to be found.

Will you visit me over at 5 Minutes for Faith to read the rest of my post?

And last week I shared there about “breathing“.  If you didn’t get a chance to read, you can find that post here.

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Seeking beauty in the ordinary and embracing life to the fullest. Thank you for stopping by and come again soon!

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4 Responses

  1. Laura Rath says:

    Love your 5 Minutes for Faith post today! I know that “I want someone to notice me!” feeling! I’ve never thought about it being God who notices me. What a comforting and encouraging thought!

    In Christ,

  2. Alene Snodgrass says:

    I am already in tears. Oh to be seen!!! Hoping over to read the rest. Blessings sweet friend.

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