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Jamie Johnson
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It’s that time again for my yearly naming post. This is my 8th year of doing this tradition (click here to read last year’s “year of remembering.”) This year I’ve decided to name my year, The Year of the Artist’s Rhythm. If you met me today and asked me…
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“A merry heart maketh a cheerful countenance.” (Proverbs 15:13) Have you ever been around someone who shines the countenance of Christ? That special person who glows with love and beams with happiness? When you’re around them, you can’t help but feel…
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The other day I heard a crash and found my toddler standing with a tablecloth in hand, broken pieces of ceramic all around. I scooped him up and cleaned up the mess. It had been a beautiful, white, ceramic basket with navy blue filigree painting. I had…
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Dear Tired, Over-Worked, Stressed, Frustrated, Depressed, or Anxious Friend, I have a letter for you on this Friday afternoon. If you’re anything like me, most mornings you wake up with quite the array of thoughts coursing through your mind. First,…
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True peace—it’s what we all desire. But where in this great, wide world can we find it? The Savior, the Prince of Peace, gives us the simple answer: “Take my yoke upon you, and learn of me; for I am meek and lowly in heart: and ye shall find rest unto…
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{Note: Tomorrow, October’s Letter from the Farmhouse (which includes a way to welcome autumn into your home) will mail out to you if you are subscribed to my monthly letters (scroll down to the bottom of the page to subscribe). My monthly letters are full…
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In the quiet morning hours I can hear the whispers of nothing and I love it. I relish it. I savor the flavor of stillness… I recall a memory of a few years back — when all the noise was chaffing me — and I knew I would probably love it when all my little…
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As I read Elder David A. Bednar’s book, One by One,  I wholeheartedly embraced the idea of ministering one person at a time, in the Savior’s way. But I had a pressing question. You see, as I read his words I noticed a distinct pattern. The Savior, His…
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There was a time not too long ago, when my vision of shining the light of Christ was obscured by an intense desire to reach the whole world. I held good intentions, but the yearning to change the world through inspiring words gave me the false illusion…
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There once was a little 3-year-old girl who, while camping with her family, stumbled backwards and fell into a fire pit. There was no fire, but there was a Dutch oven filled with cherry cobbler and topped with hot briquettes. The little girl’s mother…
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