Grace and Truth with Rebecca Hastings
I’ve never been good at making decisions. I don’t know if it’s built into my DNA to be indecisive, or if I’m just insecure… either way, it leaves paralysed often.
When someone asks me where I want to go eat when we are out and about? I can’t decide.
When we get there and I open a menu? Yikes!
If I need to decide which gift my child would like better, this one or that? I seek a second opinion.
Do I want cherry pie or apple? I just don’t know!
I admit it, I have a problem. I’m working on it.
But in the meantime, this week I couldn’t decide which of Rebecca Hastings’ posts to feature because I loved them both. Thus, I just decided to make it a double feature and feature Rebecca herself.Are you indecisive? Heather is, find out more in this post on Candidly Christian. Click To Tweet
About Rebecca Hastings
Rebecca believes in embracing grace in real life. At My Ink Dance, she captures hard, uncomfortable, often unspoken feelings and brings light, honesty and God’s truth to them in a relatable way. She is also the author of Worthy: Believe Who God Says You Are, a 20-day devotional inviting women to live life confident of their worth. Rebecca is a wife and mother of three in Connecticut writing imperfect and finding faith along the way.
Grace & Truth Double Feature
Let There Be
In Let There Be, Rebecca takes us back to the beginning where it all started and beautifully weaves creation and Christmas together in a powerful way.
3 Things You Should Know This Holiday
In this post, Rebecca reminds us of three solid truths we can hang onto no matter where this Christmas finds us.
These are two posts you won’t want to miss. They are both short and should only take a minute or two to read, and I definitely encourage you to hop on over to Rebecca’s website and check them out.
Now for this week’s link-up!
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P.S. Rebecca was also one of the contributing authors to my anthology, Candid Conversations. While each story in this book shares a unique perspective, the prevailing theme is that we all struggle but there is hope to be found in Jesus. Get your copy from Amazon or click here to learn more.
Thank you for the featured blogs today. It is so true that we tend to want everything perfect, just like we see in the media, but that’s not real life. Plus, the media really misses the true meaning of Christmas. I think we almost have to pray ahead of the season, in order to maintain our sense of sanity, and perspective, don’t you think? Jan
Absolutely, Janene. We have to be intentional.