For When You Think Being A Servant Isn’t Enough // Share The Brew With Heather Faria — 8 Comments

  1. I love your guest post, Heather! And I agree with you whole-heartedly. I am many years older than you and have raised my children, but I love that we see and experience some similar issues across the generations. It’s evidence of our sisterhood in Christ!

    Not too long ago I wrote a guest post for Creative Home Keeper with the theme…
    “I’ll be happy when…” Holy Spirit gave us some similar thoughts and inspirations.
    Thank you for your encouragement today!

  2. “When I look at his precious smile and see the miracle of all he is becoming, I can’t help but think of how God is using my daily, small, unnoticed acts of service to transform him into something amazing.”

    Exactly what I would remind myself when you were a babe! And just look at you now!!
    Lovely words, my dear!

  3. Heather, your words always speak so well to me. I absolutely loved this post. God does see us. I’m a rostered Diaconal Minister in the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America (ELCA) which grew out of the Catholic understanding of deacon/deaconesses. My call is to “word and service.” The Diaconal symbol is “basin and towel.” We are all called to pick up our basins and towels to wash the feet of all Gods people. We are all called to embody “Diakonia” (service) in the world!! Yes each and every one of us!!

  4. Oh Heather, you are beautiful with a beautiful heart. Yes, let us learn to clean the bathroom as unto the Lord before we step before that podium or make the latest blog post. Blessings your way…Chris

  5. Beautiful and true encouragement, Heather! I’m a stay at home mom and felt so frustrated when my daughter was young too. I was certain I should have been saving the world or doing something “bigger” :). That sweet little girl has now grown into an amazing young woman and I know I was always where I was supposed to be, raising her. It’s given me more of an appreciation for the incredible importance of the job of motherhood with my son who I’m still home with. This: “Your tiny acts of faithfulness are not as tiny as you think they are.” Absolutely!!

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