Why Daily Graces?

I felt inspired to write this blog because I believe that God is everywhere. If God is everywhere then that means that God is in my car. He is in my home. He is at the commissary (grocery store on our Air Force base). He is at my son’s gymnastics class. He is in my laundry room. He eats dinner with my family. He listens to me gripe about dusting the dresser. He witnesses my daughter offering to let her brother pick which plate he wants for dinner before she chooses hers. He is present when we welcome my husband home from a deployment, a trip, or a long day at the office.

If God is everywhere in my life, then He is everywhere in your life too. I wanted to write about where God is in my life. Hopefully, some story encourages you to see God in yours too. It’s not necessarily about changing your life (though sometimes we need to make a change or adjustment), it’s about how you see your life.

Click on “The Latest Daily Graces” to find all the latest blog posts.

Don’t forget to check in on November 29, 2015 and all of Advent for my first ever Advent Reflections!

“It is most laudable in a married woman to be devout, but she must never forget that she is a housewife. And sometimes she must leave God at the altar to find Him in her housekeeping”

St. Frances of Rome

Daily Graces. kktaliaferro.wordpress.com

4 thoughts on “Why Daily Graces?

    • Hi there, I’m so sorry it’s not working. Are you talking about the donation link for Katherine? You’re best bet is to do it through Colleen’s blog. Thank you so much for reading and your support!

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    • Great Charlene! I’m so glad you are enjoy my blog. If you scroll down to the bottom of the page there is a “follow via email” button where you can sign up. Or you can always follow me on Facebook or Twitter and get any blog notifications there. Please let me know if you need help. God bless – Kate

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