Friday, May 18, 2012

That's What I Want On My Tombstone!

I was featured at HHM

Today I have the awesome privilege of guest posting for a popular home school site called...  Hip Homeschool Moms!  And if you are questioning my "hipness," I will send you a photo! So, if you are visiting from that site, WELCOME! I am so glad you are here. Though this is not a "home school" site, I am a mom and minister who home schools! My 12 year old daughter came to us and asked to be homeschooled. To read that story, click here.

And before you "regulars" click away and quit reading, my guest post is not just for people or moms who homeschool... I think it is applicable for all of us! 

Here's a sneak peek of my guest post today...

"There’s a great verse in Hebrews in the Bible that refers to the awesome faith of Abraham. The verse reads, “By faith Abraham, when called to go to a place...obeyed and went, even though he did not know where he was going.” Honestly, that is a terrific description of my life, but particularly when it comes to homeschooling."

Click here to read the "rest" of this story...and I would love for you to comment on their site...or here...or both! It would just make my day to hear from you!

As for the tombstone...yeah...I would love to have:

Kelli Wommack
"Obeyed God and went... 
even though she didn't know where she was going."  

Now that is a goal worth living for! May we live a life of radical obedience and reckless faith. Live for ONE!

So, whatever...whatever He is calling you to do...obey. Though we do not have a GPS that tells us where we are going and how we will get there, we are following the ONE who is calling us. And HE knows it ALL...

Love to all of you,


P.S. My new website is in the works and I can't wait to reveal it to you!!!!


Savannah McQueen said...

I really enjoyed your post on Hip Homeschool Moms. I was a "I don't know where I am going, but I am going," home school Mom, too. I made the fatal comment, "I would never home school," just 18 mos before starting our first school year at home. That was 11 years ago and my oldest is in college and my daughter will start in the fall. I really enjoyed your post - Trust His Presence. Thanks for some great thoughts!

Kelli Williams Wommack said...

thanks, Savannah! i appreciate you stopping by and giving your feedback and encouragement!