Author Archives: Bridget A. Thomas

About Bridget A. Thomas

Learning to live freely in Christ Jesus. I pray that I can be transparent when sharing my journey with others.

Fasting Can Quench Your Thirst

When we think of fasting, we usually think of food. However, fasting can be from any number of things. I recently heard about someone who did a twenty-one day fast from negativity and complaining. I also heard about another person … Continue reading

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What Lent Means to Me

Do you long to draw closer to God? Do you want more of God’s presence? If the answer is yes, then I invite you to observe Lent this year. Depending on what church denomination(s) you have been to, you may … Continue reading

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Valentine’s Day

My husband and I have a sticky note on our bathroom mirror that says, “I love you forever.” On a daily basis we will each move it to our spouse’s side of the sink, when they are not looking. Sometimes … Continue reading

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My Laundry Addiction by Bridget A. Thomas

In the midst of my busy life, I used to do laundry every day. Now I am trying to cut back to at least every other day. Between Christmas and New Year’s, when I was getting tired of all the … Continue reading

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The Wedding Shop

I recently read The Wedding Shop by Rachel Hauck and wanted to share my thoughts on the book with you. This book tells the story of two different women. One woman, Cora, lives in the 1930s and runs an esteemed … Continue reading

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Let’s Make 2019 a Great Year

I love a new year. A clean slate to start fresh. Time to turn over a new leaf, focus on goals, and see dreams come to pass. I run into a new year with enthusiasm, thinking this will be the … Continue reading

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A New Tradition

December – a month that seems to spin by in a whirlwind. We blink and before we know it Christmas has come and gone. Every year I vow that THIS year will be different. THIS year I will slow down … Continue reading

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A Season of Giving

They say it is better to give than to receive. And isn’t it true? Giving someone that perfect gift can fill us with much more excitement than opening a gift ourselves. On Tuesday I was at the mini mart and … Continue reading

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Every Day is a Gift

Happy Thanksgiving, Everyone! What a glorious day. A holiday dedicated to giving thanks. It is one of my favorite days of the year. Although I do believe it is important to practice thankfulness all year, not just one day in … Continue reading

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It Is Well with My Soul

I am sure you have heard and even sang the words to the timeless hymn “It Is Well with My Soul.” These six words alone can teach us a lot. But when we look at the story behind the words, … Continue reading

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Peaceful Wife and Peaceful Mom by Bridget A. Thomas

Recently I read two books by April Cassidy – The Peaceful Wife and The Peaceful Mom. I must say, both books are a treasure. They are like handbooks for Christian wives and Christian mothers. In today’s culture, it can be … Continue reading

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The Wedding Chapel

I recently finished reading The Wedding Chapel by Rachel Hauck. This was a captivating story, intertwining two different couples, as well as two different timeframes. One is a modern-day account of a couple – Jack and Taylor. They recently eloped, … Continue reading

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What Does Your Heart Desire?

Take a moment to pause and consider – What does your heart desire? Do you have a dream, a wish, or a goal? Perhaps there is something tucked deep inside your heart, and you are afraid to even speak it … Continue reading

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Do You Love Autumn?

“For everything there is a season, a time for every activity under heaven.” – Ecclesiastes 3:1 I grew up in the north. So fall was a refreshing time of year. After the hot summer days, the air would turn crisp. … Continue reading

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A Puzzling Puzzle

My husband and I go through jigsaw puzzle kicks. Sometimes we will be in the mood to work on them. But other times we will go months or years without even looking at one. Right now we are on a … Continue reading

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