Becoming:: The Unfolding of You

by Edie Wadsworth on December 16, 2014


This January you are cordially invited to join 21 amazing women for an 8 week study all about finding your true identity in Christ. I’m so  honored to be a part of this class and the best news is—it’s free! Each week you will hear unfolding stories from the women in this study. We will […]


What It Looks Like to Care

by Edie Wadsworth on December 8, 2014


What does caring look like? It looks like a baby in manger who will become one of us to know our pain and sorrow. It looks like Jewish boy who even at 12 years old knew the importance of His Father’s house. It looks like a man whose days were filled with touching people and […]


Live {Free} Webinar Tonight and a Cyber Monday Deal

by Edie Wadsworth on December 1, 2014


Would you hate me if I told you that I’ve only left the house twice in six days?  I’m the homebody of all homebodies.  We had such a wonderful Thanksgiving and a perfect long, relaxing weekend.  I’ve got a huge pot of red beans and rice on the stove and only wish I had a […]


Let’s Make Pies {on Instagram}

by Edie Wadsworth on November 26, 2014


Are you new around here?  Welcome!  And thank you for visiting my blog!  I’m honored you’re here and I hope you’ll find some encouragement (and some laughter!) for your days.  Join this community of grace lovers and get fun, free stuff every month delivered to your inbox, along with access to free printables, meal plans, and […]


How We Made the Most of Summer

by Edie Wadsworth on August 5, 2014


Capri Sun provided free product for this post. The thoughts and opinions expressed in this blog post are my own. Well.  Here in East Tennessee there’s only a handful of summer days left.  I think we went ALL  in.  I feel equal parts rested and spent. As sad it I am to see summer fading, I’m […]


My Not-So-Pinterest Life {and a memoir giveaway}

by Edie Wadsworth on July 1, 2014


I met Emily in person last year at Allume.  I’m pretty sure she’s part angel.  I know you’ll love her, too.  I am honored to welcome her to the blog today as she launches her memoir Atlas Girl into the world.  I continue to be in awe of people who tell their stories with courage […]


Weekend Grace {6-21-14}

by Edie Wadsworth on June 22, 2014


I met Adriane in Fredericksburg, Texas.  Otherwise known as God’s Country.  We met there for a girl’s weekend with a some other charming ladies and had a dandy good time.  (That’s her photobombing Jan and the boots in the photo above).  She’s AMAZING, dear people.  She just turned 30 and is the editor of an […]



by Edie Wadsworth on May 26, 2014


“The really important kind of freedom involves attention, and awareness, and discipline, and effort, and being able truly to care about other people and to sacrifice for them, over and over, in myriad petty little unsexy ways, every day.” Hope you are enjoying a wonderful day of rest and play with your favorite people. True […]


Daily Grace

by Edie Wadsworth on April 25, 2014


We’ve been in a string of busy weeks the likes of which we haven’t seen for a long time.  The weekends, which for us are often retreats of reading and writing and food making, have been full to the brim.  So, we decided to claim this one for rest.  We are headed up to the […]


Happy Spring and Happy Birthday to the Baby!

by Edie Wadsworth on March 21, 2014


I finally made it home safe last night and I’m gonna tell you all about my trip to Charlotte very soon, but today is a very special day. My baby turns 12! TWELVE.  THE BABY. Oh, I get all teary eyed just thinking about the way she has changed me and made me a better […]


Long Man {by Amy Greene}

by Edie Wadsworth on February 25, 2014


“Every written word is a victory against death.” ~ Micheal Butor (Amy’s favorite quote) Amy Greene is one of a kind.  She’s that  person you meet only a few times in your life—where you know beyond a shadow of a doubt that the appointment was divine.  I met her in October of 2010 at an […]


Survey Results, Winners, and FAQ

by Edie Wadsworth on February 14, 2014


We are enjoying the briefest and most beautiful of snow days—one that actually has snow, which is always nice.  I made chili and am contemplating starting some mocha cupcakes for Valentine’s Day.  I’m worried that I might be snowed in with them, which is not good for my thighs. Who I am kidding?  It’s gonna […]


A Hard Road

by Edie Wadsworth on January 27, 2014

Compassion Bloggers Nicaragua 2013 - Project 155 - Day 1

Those who have suffered great pain of injury or loss are joined to one another with bonds of a special authority.  The closest bonds we will ever know are bonds of grief.  The deepest community one of sorrow.  ~Cormac McCarthy, All the Pretty Horses What we often want for ourselves and for our children is […]


Instagram Tag Sale and Supporting Missions

by Edie Wadsworth on January 24, 2014


So many people I love are either coming out with books this Spring or traveling away on mission trips.  I’m so glad I’ve been reading like a wild woman about the beauty of vocation and sorting out my thoughts on how embracing your own calling settles you right down into your very own life doing […]


What’s Your {UN}Word

by Edie Wadsworth on January 21, 2014

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Darlene, Nester, Angela and I have teamed up to take down a few ugly words this year—words we want rid of in our lives, words we want to {UN}do.  I decided to {UN}squander.  The more I thought about my life’s purpose and who it is I was put on this earth to serve, I determined […]

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