Jennifer Moore is the Senior Product Manager for DaySpring Cards and led the development for the new Daily Grace Collection from DaySpring. She’s sharing with us the inspiration behind the new line. Working along side Jen are Kate and Katie..
Kate Goering is the Designer for the (in)courage product team and has worked at DaySpring almost 3 years. She is passionate about using good design to create products with purpose that bless the (in)courage community and those in need.
Katie Matzenbacher works as the (in)courage Associate Product Manager. She loves to take ideas and make them happen. She’s been blessed to work at DaySpring for almost four years.
We developed Daily Grace for you. And for us. For cupcakes on your daughter’s birthday, for take-out on a busy evening, for that celebratory dinner with your love. Really, we developed these plates and bowls and serving pieces with you in mind. We know life is busy and finding meaningful time takes intentionality.
Daily Grace was birthed from a place of understanding, and of knowing that time together, like grace, is a gift. Gathering around the table, saying grace together, daily, that’s what we were thinking as we picked colors and talked about what words to use and which pieces to offer.
We love the concept of daily grace. Two words that when combined are so very rich in meaning. They call to mind our desire to daily approach our heavenly Father and how he richly, every day, extends us his loving grace. Of how, as we bow our heads in prayer and thank Him for providing for us daily, we are quietly reminded that all good things come from above. As we receive grace, we are also challenged to extend it too, daily.
We hope that you love these items as much as we do. Yes, they are just serving pieces, and “stuff,” but as you incorporate them into your daily meal, our desire is that the Daily Grace messages of “grace for today” and “blessed and grateful” will sustain your heart and soul just as the meal sustains your body and mind.
Oh, how grateful and thankful I am to the Lord because He is so good. PSALM 7:17 TLB
We are so excited to be introducing DaySpring’s Daily Grace Collection to you! View all of the new items by clicking here. These items are perfect to incorporate into your existing tableware and would make wonderful Christmas gifts, too. New additions to the line will be added in March as well– think Dinner and Dessert Plates, Bowls, Teacups and more!
By: Jen Moore, Senior Product Director
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I love them!
Jen Moore says
So glad you like them Sherry!!
In this season of Thanks and Giving, it is the time to pause and reflect on all the “little” things we are blessed with each day.
Jen Moore says
yes Virginia, it is the little things. the things we sometimes take for granted. they really are the most special:) I pray you are blessed today!
I keep a gratitude journal at my desk at work and jot things down in it almost every day. There is so much to be grateful for even in the midst or not-so-great health. I am grateful for my husband, my children, my job, to see, to hear, to have both arms and both legs, to walk and talk and take care of myself and others, to have both parents living even at 43 and both my sisters also. I’m thankful for the sun shining on me and warmth on cold days. I’m thankful I can breathe on my own and I’m not in a hospital. I’m thankful that no matter what I do, God loves and forgives me more than I can ever imagine. I’m thankful for my church family, my friends, these stories that I read every day on here, the innocence of children, the beautiful color-changing of the leaves, my daughter’s concert tonight, the liquidation sale at Blockbuster, the cheaper price of gas…I could go on and on but I might bore you…this barely scratches the surface. I sincerely hope that you all write down something you are grateful for ESPECIALLY when you don’t feel like it, it is when it truly matters and it will lift your spirits..go on…do it.
Jen Moore says
thank you for sharing Diane. yes, we must always remember to “count our blessings, name them one by one”…bc it is a very long list!
Anna Radchenko says
I love that pitcher! 🙂
Jen Moore says
thanks Anna! there’s a 20% off coupon for it right now (in case you missed that) 🙂
Martha Smith says
Thank you for addressing Thankfulness/Grateful.
I have several medical ailments, “I could get by with moaning,
and groaning, smile” And everyone would say, “yes, you deserve
to moan!” But I do not want to live like that. I am in a wheelchair
right now/rheumatoid arthritis, and fibromyalgia and cancer (however, this type of cancer is very slow growing, since 2007).
So I choose Joy, and being grateful. I write notes. I send cards (yes Dayspring) smile… and they are thinking of you, birthday cards,
and all kinds of card. I love sending snail cards. It seems to me this is beginning to become a lost art. It is very personal, handwritten note. I contemplate and yes often pray I want to write something, not your general words of I care… but being grateful for that person. When you gave me the hug at church the other day, I needed that thanks. Or your solo was beautiful, and all day I sang that verse, “Consider the lilies” and just now I have sent a card to a dear friend going through chemo. I had breast cancer and radiation. I know some of what she is feeling. Give Thanks with a Grateful heart so true. Each of you inspire me, and it is just like we are sitting visiting/with a cup of tea, smile. Thank you for sharing always from your heart. I need a reminder yes, and your books and others I need to remind me, yes, Lord, I hear you…. smile. martha
Jen Moore says
you’re smiling, but I’m guessing you keep everyone around you smiling! it is comments like your that inspire us! thank you for encouraging US with your sweet spirit by sharing a little tiny bit of your story. be blessed today knowing you are blessing others!