:O Creepersss – Monday, Jan. 7th

Christmas break gave us a lot of time on our hands. Lots of time to sleep, watch movies, eat, hang out, and of course, the late night facebooking! 🙂 But the fbing reminded me of when my mom and I drive around late at night and pass a bunch of drunks.. she sings this ancient song, “The freaks come out at night, the freaks come out at niiiight..” lol As you all know, the same is true for fb. 😉 My inbox is full guys who try every trick in the book! 

 

The Concerned Creeper – “Shouldn’t you be sleeping?”

The Gangsta Creeper – “suuup” or “whaddup”

The Straight-Up Creeper – “you’re verrrrry pretty, if you get boredd or want suhum new .. 907360-**** (:” (uhmm, yeah.. NO!)

The Perverted Creeper – “you are so hottttt!” 😛

The Suspenseful Creeper – “guess whaaat?!?!?!”

The Persistent Creeper – “hey” “Hi” “what’s up” “hello?” “Merry Christmas” “Happy New Year” “Happy first day of school” “Happy chicken-nuggets-for-lunch-day!” “you there?”….

Oh! And my favorite, The Tricky Creeper – “sup man? Oh my bad, I thought you were Steve” or “sorry about that last night, my ‘friend’ hacked my fb”   mhmmm (at least they’re being creative haha)

 

The funny thing is, these guys don’t even have the guts to talk to me to my face!! smh  I generally don’t ignore people because its just not nice, but after a while you learn to ‘weed out’ the ones who basically only see you for what they can get out of you. 😛  Some guys these days -_-  But then again, if we play their game...

 

Girls, we need to raise the bar!! The only reason they keep doing this is because we let them! There are actually really nice, sweet, RESPECTABLE guys out there if we just stay patient AND RESPECTABLE OURSELVES, and let the others know it’s not ok to call us a b**** or treat us like a dude. 😛  I mean, we ‘share’ sayings of how girls should be treated, then we keep letting them treat us like we’re nothing?  YOU ARE a perfect creation and so precious, and deserve sooo much more!!  Kay, stepping off my soapbox. haha  Have a great week! 🙂

 

Btw, feel free to add your favorite ‘Creeper Attempt-Fail’, I need a good laugh! 😉

 

VERSE (listen up boys!): “She is more precious than jewels, and nothing you desire can compare with her.”  Proverbs 3:15  This is really talking about wisdom, but in Prov 31:10, the Bible says an excellent woman is far more precious than jewels. 

 

RULES FOR NO MAKEUP MONDAYS:

1) Take the day off from makeup

2) Dress up, do your hair, so your beauty isn’t hidden behind a scrubby look

3) Be proud of the natural beauty that you are

4) Give God glory today!

5) GUYS – Appreciate! 🙂

 

Let me know if you want to be tagged. You can check out my other devotions posted in my blog @ nomakeupmondays.wordpress.com.  Don’t forget to ‘Like’ the NO MAKEUP MONDAYS Page on facebook! NMM’s are written weekly by myself Savannah, and my mom, CorinaImage

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LITTLE OLD ME. – Monday, Dec. 17th

There has been so much news about the shooting in Connecticut.  It was so shocking to hear that all those little innocent kids were just killed for no reason.  It seems like every few months to a few years, we hear about another major tragedy happening. It honestly scares me and I can’t help but wonder what will be next. Even though it was far across the country, we all felt a horrible sadness.  I can’t imagine what it must have felt like being there in the town, or if one of the kids was actually in my family. 😥  It makes me sad, mad, and feeling a little helpless. I mean, what could I do about it? I’m just a teenage girl in bush Alaska! 

 

Then I thought about what I could do.  Of course the first thing that popped in my head was to pray for their families.  But my parents have always said that prayer requires action. There may be nothing I can physically do for people all the way across the country, but there is something I can do right here in Kotzebue, and even on facebook! haha  We have our share of pretty bad things happening right here.  I can’t change the world but I can do my best to live for God, and to try to encourage as many people as I can, that there is Hope, even in this darkness.  Maybe God will even use me, or one of you, to give hope to the next crazy-person who was planning to shoot down a bunch of innocent people!  We’re just 3 days away from the darkest day of the year and up here that means about 2 hours of sunlight.  That seems a little depressing, but I have to remember that the very next day, we gain light and it starts getting brighter and brighter! 🙂

 

I’ll leave you for the Christmas break with some advice from my dad as we talked about this devotion… 

“DO WHAT WE CAN, WHERE WE ARE, WITH WHAT WE HAVE.”

 

VERSE:  “Therefore encourage one another and build one another up, just as you are doing.” 1 Thessalonians 5:11

 

Merry CHRISTmas, Happy New Year, and see you next semester!

 

RULES FOR NO MAKEUP MONDAYS:

1) Take the day off from makeup

2) Dress up, do your hair, so your beauty isn’t hidden behind a scrubby look

3) Be proud of the natural beauty that you are

4) Give God glory today!

5) GUYS – Appreciate! 🙂

 

Let me know if you want to be tagged. You can check out my other devotions posted in my blog @ nomakeupmondays.wordpress.com.  Don’t forget to ‘Like’ the NO MAKEUP MONDAYS Page on facebook! NMM’s are written weekly by myself Savannah, and my mom, CorinaImage

Decisions Decisions – Monday, Dec. 10th

Don’t you hate having to make decisions? It can be a big or little decision, but every time you think about it, you get all frustrated because you have no idea what to do!

For the last 2 months, I’ve been trying to make a final decision on whether or not to play ball or cheer.  I know it’s not a big deal, like what college to go to or what you want to be when you grow up, but that’s the question that’s been on my mind for like ever!  I definitely have more fun cheering than playing ball, but I have a lot of friends on the ball team and I’ve played all my life. I even tried to do both last year for like 2 weeks until I found out that was wayy too hard! haha  I wrote down pros and cons, asked my friends and family what they thought, and I prayed about it. Still, no definite answer.

Well I came across some good and some bad advice along the way.. One person said, “Do what makes you happy.”  Another said, “Follow your heart, it will never fail you.”  Seems like pretty good advice!  But I learned that Biblically, both of these things can lead to unhappiness and a broken heart.  Weird huh?  We have family Bible devotions like once a week, and the one lesson that stood out to me when I heard this advice was the verse in Jeremiah 17:9a, “The human heart is the most deceitful of all things, and desperately wicked.”  So does this mean I shouldn’t listen to my heart?  What I’m finding out is that good decisions are made when I first pray about it, then I think about all the options with God in mind.  Of course I want to be happy and have fun too, but that should never be my main focus, and usually whenever I follow my heart it turns out to be selfish.  I did hear some good advice from my pastor at church on Sunday.  He used a verse from Proverbs 3:6 saying “Seek God’s will in all you do, and He will direct your paths.”  Sometimes it’s hard to find answers, but I guess if it was easy, we wouldn’t be spending as much time with God in prayer huh?

Well I finally got an answer in the way of God closing one door.. it turns out, I have a breathing problem where my vocal chords close up when I run, and the doctor advised me not play ball.  I’m excited to start cheer in a few days and I know that’s what I’m supposed to do. 🙂  See you at the games!

RULES FOR NO MAKEUP MONDAYS:

1) Take the day off from makeup

2) Dress up, do your hair, so your beauty isn’t hidden behind a scrubby look

3) Be proud of the natural beauty that you are

4) Give God glory today!

5) GUYS – Appreciate! 🙂

Let me know if you want to be tagged. You can check out my other devotions posted in my blog @ nomakeupmondays.wordpress.com.  Don’t forget to ‘Like’ the NO MAKEUP MONDAYS Page on facebook! NMM’s are written weekly by myself Savannah, and my mom, Corina

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Be Like Nike – Monday, Dec. 2nd

Have you ever ignored something that you know you’re supposed to do hoping that it would magically get done by itself?  Like the laundry that’s piling up in your room, or the hundreds of Algebra 2 problems that take like 10 minutes each? 😛  You know how it goes, as soon as you think about it, your brain automatically says, “Ughhh, I need to start that asap… ok, I’m gonna start it… right after I ________ (insert favorite activity here).” haha

 

Well if you noticed that No Makeup Mondays hasn’t been posted for a while, then you could probably guess why (after reading the statement above). So what better way to re-introduce NMM’s than to do a devotion on Procrastination. 😉  I was actually going to do it on this before, but I figured it could wait. -_-  We all have things we struggle with, some deal with bad grades, some like to party, and some really, REALLY like boys. haha  Me? I have the problem of not being motivated, like to the point of looking like I’m in a coma. lol  I eventually get most of the stuff done, but only because I’m too much of an annoying perfectionist to not do it (thats a wholeother devotion). 😛  But it makes me wonder about all the things I’ve missed out on doing because of my laziness.  Especially with God. :/  

 

There’s a story that Jesus told in the Bible (in Matthew 21:28) about 2 sons whose dad asked them to go work in the vineyard. One said he wouldn’t but went anyways, and the other said he would but never did go.  Then Jesus asked his audience, “Which one did the will of his Father?”  I’m sad to say that lately I can relate to the second son.  I mean, I’d like to think I’m doing alright when it comes to God, but if I’m not doing the one thing I know He’s asked me to, then I’m really not.  Word?

 

It’s a good thing He allows me (and you) to get back up, dust ourselves off, and try it again.  I have to remember that I can’t think about whether or not No Makeup Mondays is  doing any good for anyone, or if I’ll be able to think of yet another subject to write about.  I just have to DO what God asks of me, and He’ll do the rest.  

 

What is He asking of you? Be like Nike and Just Do It! 🙂

 

Btw, today is my CHRISTIAN BIRTHDAY! 😀  12 years ago today, I asked Jesus to be Lord of my life!  Taikuu Jesus! 

 

VERSE: “Jesus replied, “All who love me will do what I say…. Anyone who doesn’t love me will not obey me….” 

Matthew 14:23a &24a NLT

 

RULES FOR NO MAKEUP MONDAYS:

1) Take the day off from makeup

2) Dress up, do your hair, so your beauty isn’t hidden behind a scrubby look

3) Be proud of the natural beauty that you are

4) Give God glory today!

5) GUYS – Appreciate! 🙂

 

Let me know if you want to be tagged. You can check out my other devotions posted in my blog @ nomakeupmondays.wordpress.com.  Don’t forget to ‘Like’ the NO MAKEUP MONDAYS Page on facebook! NMM’s are written weekly by myself Savannah, and my mom, Corina.

GOT JUNK? – Monday, Oct. 22nd

“Clean up, clean up, everybody everywhere! Clean up, clean up, everybody do your share!”  Anyone else remember the most annoying, catchiest song in kindergarden?! The song our whole class sang when we would pick up our fake dishes in our fake kitchen set while playing house with our fake husband. lol Maybe I was the only one who did that, but I remember it like it was yesterday.

This weeks No Makeup Mondays is about cleaning yourself up, and re-organizing your life.  I actually cleaned my room a few days ago (believe it or not) and thought it made a pretty good example. When I clean my room, I separate everything into piles. I put the dirtys in the laundry room, trash into a bag, give my big sister her cute shirts and jewelry back 😦 , and put my clothes away.

That’s the pretty straight forward, easy work… it’s the weeding through stuff and getting rid of junk that is pretty hard to do.  This relates pretty well to cleaning our hearts out and changing our ways.  Sometimes we need to just stop and re-evaluate all the junk we’ve let pile up in our lives!  Friends that influence us badly, relationships that don’t honor God, movies that we shouldn’t watch, bad music that echos in our heads for days, etc. etc..

Do we have to just get rid of all of it??  Yes!!  haha I jokes (uhmm that means ‘jk’ btw).  What you decide to get rid of is of course between you and God.  But sometimes you have to ask yourself honestly, “is hanging out with so-and-so bringing me further from God?”  Maybe it’s not necessarily the person, but the places you go and the things you do with that person.  The point is that every now and then, especially when things start to go south, we can take a good look around us, and ask God to show us the things we don’t need in our lives.  Oh!  And the most important part?  Asking Him to forgive you and help you in the future! 🙂

VERSE: “Therefore, since we are surrounded by such a huge crowd of witnesses to the life of faith, let us strip off every weight that slows us down, especially the sin that so easily trips us up. And let us run with endurance the race God has set before us.” 

Hebrews 12:1

 

RULES FOR NO MAKEUP MONDAYS:

1) Take the day off from makeup

2) Dress up, do your hair, so your beauty isn’t hidden behind a scrubby look

3) Be proud of the natural beauty that you are

4) Give God glory today!

5) GUYS – Appreciate! 🙂

Let me know if you want to be tagged.  FEEL FREE TO SHARE!!!  You can scroll down my blog @ nomakeupmondays.wordpress.com and check out my ‘Archives’ to read my previous devos.  Don’t forget to ‘Like’ No Makeup Mondays on facebook! NMM’s are written weekly by myself Savannah, and my mom, Corina.Image

He Sees Me – Monday, Oct. 15

Have you ever felt used?  Was someone ‘nice‘ to you in order to get something they wanted?  And when you finally figure it out, it’s embarrassing and feels pretty crappy on so many levels.  Now we have trust issues, rejection issues, and insecurity issues.  Why would they do this to me when I was so honest and nice to them?  I start asking myself if I shoulda-coulda-woulda said something different, maybe it would’ve turned out better.  haha Yeah, right! 😛  The problem is, now I sometimes find myself doubting other people when they haven’t even done anything wrong.  I keep myself at a distance (or run away) when it comes to people or guys because ‘I’m not putting myself in that vulnerable place again’!  Run Coco Run! haha

There’s a story in the Bible about someone who ran away when she felt used.  Hagar was a slave who was asked to have Abram’s kid by Sarai (Abram’s own wife). She got pregnant and started to think she was better than her master because she did something Sarai couldn’t do. Sarai noticed and called her on it, and Hagar decided to run away. She then was confronted by God. He told her that He knew what she went through and in fact, was there with her during her struggles!  He told her to go back and she will be blessed.  She then called Him ‘The God who Sees’ because she knew He saw her, even down to her heart, loved her, and was there for her.  She also knew that He would ‘see’ her and be with her forever. 🙂

He’s seen us at our worst and at our best. He’s seen your struggles and hurts and wants to be the One you cry out to for help.  God is there for you and always will be.  We don’t have to run or hide from anyone because He’s got our backs, especially when we choose to go back to Him.

VERSE:  “From the place where He sits enthroned, He looks down upon all who live on earth.  The One who formed their hearts understands everything they do.”  

Psalm 33:14-15

RULES FOR NO MAKEUP MONDAYS:

1) Take the day off from makeup

2) Dress up, do your hair, so your beauty isn’t hidden behind a scrubby look

3) Be proud of the natural beauty that you are

4) Give God glory today!

5) GUYS – Appreciate! 🙂

If you want to be tagged, comment or inbox me.  FEEL FREE TO SHARE!!!  You can scroll down my blog @ nomakeupmondays.wordpress.com and check out my ‘Archives’ to read the devos from last semester.  Don’t forget to ‘Like’ No Makeup Mondays on facebook! NMM’s are written weekly by myself Savannah, and my mom, Corina.Image

Black Dog White Dog – Monday Oct. 8

This past weekend I went to Anchorage for another volleyball tournament. Our school gives us a “per diem” where each student has a limit of money they can spend on their food for each day. When natives go to anchorage we go all out! Shopping, movies, the sling shot, hair and nails done, hotels, and of course, FOOD!! Just about every meal we ate, we got sooo full and felt super sick, we just wanted to go to our rooms, plop down on the bed, and veg.  Have you ever been so stuffed that you couldn’t possibly eat another bite, but you keep eating and end up regretting it? haha 😛  And why is it always the bad food I end up devouring?  You just don’t see people inhaling a salad like they do a burger and fries! lol

My dad taught us something he calls Black Dog/White Dog.  It has to do with the idea of ‘you are what you eat’ but instead of food and our physical bodies, it’s our mind, heart, and spirit we are feeding.  Kind of like the picture of the angel and devil on your shoulders, but this fight goes on inside us as we make choices every day.  So my dad uses the picture of the two dogs fighting each other and says which ever one you feed most, will win.  Think about the last time you read the Bible or spent time in prayer.  Now compare that with all the junk you’ve allowed yourself to see or hear.  Me too. :/  It’s no wonder we struggle so much with our faith!  Those temptations are just too strong and we end up giving in!  How can we expect to be able to win when the black dog is towering over the white one?

Just like when I eat a ton of junk, I feel like a pile of junk!  But what can we do?  There are so many things we can be doing to strengthen ourselves (feed the white dog), like with worship music, church or a sermon online, hanging out with friends that encourage us, reading, doing good things for others, etc.  But we also have to remember to not ‘feed the black dog’, with crazy music, movies, friends that pull us away from God, etc.  I know, it’s just not as much fun right?  But what we say and do is directly related to the stuff that goes into our eyes and ears.  “Junk in, Junk out!” as my dad always says.

VERSE:  “Since we are surrounded by so many examples [of faith], we must get rid of everything that slows us down, especially sin that distracts (or entangles us). We must run the race that lies ahead of us and never give up.”  Hebrews 21:1

RULES FOR NO MAKEUP MONDAYS:

1) Take the day off from makeup

2) Dress up, do your hair, so your beauty isn’t hidden behind a scrubby look

3) Be proud of the natural beauty that you are

4) Give God glory today!

5) GUYS – Appreciate! 🙂

If you want to be tagged on your facebook profile, comment or inbox me.  FEEL FREE TO SHARE!!!  You can scroll down my blog and check out my ‘Recent Posts’ to read the devos from last semester.  Don’t forget to ‘Like’ No Makeup Mondays on facebook! NMM’s are written weekly by myself Savannah, and my mom, Corina.Image

Gravity – Monday, Oct. 1

It never fails.  One day I’m doing great, feeling good, super positive and right with God…  then all of a sudden, literally out of the blue, I find myself swept up in negative thoughts or I’ve done or said something I shouldn’t have.  Every time!  And it’s usually within just a couple days of my newest promise to God to do right!  Sound familiar?  It may not even be a God thing for you, maybe it’s to try and be good to your parents, or a promise to do better at school, or to quit doing something not good for you.  But it seems like we always fall back into it, until once again, we’re making yet another promise.

It’s like gravity.  No matter how many times we jump up, thinking we can fly, we end up falling right back down to the ground.  The pull is just too strong, and there’s nothing we can do about it.  Well spiritually this happens too and sometimes it seems impossible to keep going when there are so many distractions.  For me, I pretty much want the same thing as every other girl my age wants (and it rhymes with a toy lol)… and we all know where that leads. 😉

But what if we flip-flopped gravity in our minds?  What if the thing we’re being pulled toward is good and not bad?  As a children of God, the pull is actually upward!  We may do and say bad things sometimes, but somehow we’re drawn to good.  Even though we have bad all around us, we still seem to gravitate to things and people that give us real joy and happiness.  And let’s not forget those times where you thought you can actually do things to make a difference. I love those times! 🙂  Remember, it’s not about what we do or don’t do, it’s what He’s done for us, and because of that, we’re drawn to Him and to good.

VERSE:  “So I find this law at work: When I want to do good, evil is right there with me.  For I delight in the law of God, in my inner being..”  Romans 7:21-22

 

RULES FOR NO MAKEUP MONDAYS:

1) Take the day off from makeup

2) Dress up, do your hair, so your beauty isn’t hidden behind a scrubby look

3) Be proud of the natural beauty that you are

4) Give God glory today!

5) GUYS – Appreciate! 🙂

If you want to be tagged on your facebook profile, comment or inbox me.  FEEL FREE TO SHARE!!!  You can scroll down my blog and check out my ‘Recent Posts’ to read the devos from last semester.  Don’t forget to ‘Like’ No Makeup Mondays on facebook! NMM’s are written weekly by myself Savannah, and my mom, Corina.

The Good Life – Monday, Sept. 24

This morning in church the preacher was reading some verses and one of them stuck out to me…  It talked about people being despisers of those that are good (2 Timothy 3:3).  :/  That one hit home a little.  To be honest, I’m pretty self-conscious about people thinking I’m too ‘goody-goody’ or ‘perfect’ and I can’t help but wonder what they say behind my back.  Yeah, I don’t swear, drink, or get with guys, but should I feel bad about that? haha  I’ve even heard a few things like “so-and-so hates your family because they’re too perfect” or “they don’t invite you because you’re too good”.   Shucks, if they only saw our family in action they wouldn’t say that. lol  But seriously, no one likes to be judged, even if it’s saying you’re too good.  haha

Idk, this world is full of such bad things.. drama, people getting hurt, gossip, and fighting.. isn’t it kind of refreshing to see good things every once in a while?  Now I don’t mean someone who’s trying to be perfect or good, I mean like those little glimmers of unexpected kindness that happen when you’re having a really bad day.  Or feeling loved when you know you didn’t do anything to deserve it.  Or knowing you can trust someone because you’ve never heard them talk bad about anyone.  It’s like you get reminded that there’s hope, and it feels good. 🙂

Well it’s even better when you’re the one who gets to make someone’s day a little brighter.  But the thing is, it’s really not me, it comes from the One that gives me hope.  He’s also the One who gives my family hope.  And from the stories I’ve heard of our life before my parents became Christians, we were pretty much just like everyone else.  They even said that they’d most likely be split up if they didn’t have God, so I for one am super thankful they decided to change!! haha  Most people don’t want to become Christians because of what they think they’ll miss out on, but what about the things you’ll gain?  Hope is a good thing. 🙂

VERSE: “(He) satisfies your desires with good things so that your youth is renewed like the eagle’s.”  Psalm 103:5

RULES FOR NO MAKEUP MONDAYS:

1) Take the day off from makeup

2) Dress up, do your hair, so your beauty isn’t hidden behind a scrubby look

3) Be proud of the natural beauty that you are

4) Give God glory today!

5) GUYS – Appreciate! 🙂

If you want to be tagged on your facebook profile, comment or inbox me.  FEEL FREE TO SHARE!!!  You can scroll down my blog and check out my ‘Recent Posts’ to read the devos from last semester.  Don’t forget to ‘Like’ No Makeup Mondays on facebook! NMM’s are written weekly by myself Savannah, and my mom, Corina.

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Power Play to the Extreme

“He said he loved me.  He said he would always protect me.  He was always so sweet and gentle…”

Truth?  He was super jealous, always wondering where you were and who you were with.  He called you every 5 minutes constantly interrogating you and always questioning any contact you had with any other guys. He joked around, faking the motions to punch or choke you and saying, “I should just kill you”. You laughed, completely unaware.  Your family saw the signs and called him a ‘future wife-beater’, but you just couldn’t see it. His ex-girlfriend even tried to warn you saying, “You don’t know him like I do, he’s not a good person.”

Last week, I witnessed a domestic violence assault. It was surreal, as my friend had no idea that her boyfriend was even capable of hurting her.  He had played the part of a sweet, caring friend, who was ‘always there for her no matter what’.  Until one night the inevitable happened.  He could no longer contain his rage and ended up beating her.  She was terrified and full of unbelief, but it was enough for her to open her eyes and see all the clues he left behind in their 6-month relationship.

Thankfully, she was strong enough to go to the hospital and call the police. By reporting what had happened, she not only protected herself but knew it was the only way he could ever see that he needed help.  After he beat her, he apologized repeatedly saying that he loved her and it would never happen again. He begged her not to tell anyone or else he would lose everything. He threatened to take his own life.  He asked her, “Do you love me enough not to tell anyone or break-up with me?” But she knew what she had to do.  She was not going to become that girl, even if it broke her heart to know she could never see or talk her best friend again.

Power.  That’s all it is with any kind of abuse… the guy wanted power over his girl and left her feeling powerless.  Maybe it’s not physical, maybe a boyfriend is constantly cheating, lying, or making his girl feel stupid, ugly, and worthless.  It’s a power play.  I can’t pretend to know what it feels like and I hope I never will.  But last week I was able to see a girl get that power back and I was really proud of her.  I mean, how many times do we hear about girls who keep going back to physical or emotional abuse?  Can a girl leave someone she loves, even when she knows she’ll never be happy?  You know, it takes an average of 35 times of abuse before a victim reaches out for help.  It can’t be easy, but if she wants to ever feel confident and secure again, she needs to start taking steps to leave because he will never change

As I said last week, God doesn’t want us hurt, insecure, desperate, or afraid.  He wants us to be truly happy and loved in a way that builds us up instead of tearing us down.  Our strength comes from the Lord, but we need to go to Him to get it.

VERSE:  “Fear not, for I am with you; be not dismayed, for I am your God; I will strengthen you, I will help you, I will uphold you with my righteous right hand”.   Isaiah 41:10

RULES FOR NO MAKEUP MONDAYS:

1) Take the day off from makeup

2) Dress up, do your hair, so your beauty isn’t hidden behind a scrubby look

3) Be proud of the natural beauty that you are

4) Give God glory today!

5) GUYS – Appreciate! 🙂

If you want to be tagged on your facebook profile, comment or inbox me.  FEEL FREE TO SHARE!!!  You can scroll down my blog and check out my ‘Recent Posts’ to read the devos from last semester.  Don’t forget to ‘Like’ No Makeup Mondays on facebook! This weeks NMMs were written by my mom Corina.