“For everything there is a season . . . A time to plant and a time to harvest.”
Can you feel it? Whether you’re pulling out sweatshirts this weekend or still running your air conditioner at full blast, autumn is undeniably here. Kids are in school, football games are in play, and stores are full of apple and pumpkin everything.
Fall is here!
As we welcome a new season, let’s take a moment to press pause and reflect on the seasons of our lives at the same time we stop to appreciate God’s own unchanging, wonderful nature.
Finding Beauty in the Mundane by Dawn Camp
Fallen leaves crackle and crunch beneath my feet as the beauty of God’s creation is revealed anew in the change of season.
Give Thanks Pumpkin Tutorial by Jennifer Studio JRU
Autumn can be the beginning of a busy season. And a busy season may bring with it stress and worry and the whole things-aren’t-going-as-planned feeling. I think that makes autumn a perfect time to get my thinking and focus on the right track. It is the perfect time to put a little reminder out into our home for the season.
8 Tips for Getting Your Home Ready for Fall by Melissa Michaels
Even though decorating is my passion, I try not to over-complicate my decor by getting too fussy or over the top with the changes in seasons. I enjoy getting my home ready for friends, fall parties, and church groups, but I can’t spend too much time fussing over things or I won’t have much time left over for guests!
Fall is Falling by Lisa Leonard
Can’t you just hear the leaves crunching and smell the cinnamon rolls?
On Claiming Calm in Our Everyday by Anna Rendell
The leaves announce that we’ve arrived firmly in fall, and I marvel because weren’t we just yesterday celebrating the last day of school, the start of summer? Where did the long, hot, sticky, sweet summertime days disappear to?
Four Ways to Make the Most of Your Season by Sarah Markley
It’s easy to recognize the fruits of the season. Pumpkins, pumpkin bread, and homemade pumpkin spice lattes dominate Pinterest right now. They are the fruits of an autumn in full swing.
5 Things to Do Now to Embrace Fall by Melissa Michaels
I like to embrace Fall as something special that happens just once a year, from September through November. The sometimes still warm-enough sunny season brings leaves in brilliant shades of orange and brown and red, nights are cool and cozy, and the smell of pumpkins and cloves and cinnamon fill my kitchen. That is a great season!
What are you reflecting on this fall?Leave a Comment