Tag: Five Minute Friday

Short thoughts on a word prompt through the Five Minute Friday writing community

Five Minute Friday (But Posted Sunday): People

(I am posting late- had a busy weekend- but this is from Kate Motaung’s Five Minute Friday prompt. The link is under her prompt photo. Thank you, Kate and fellow writers!) The People of Thursday, July 2… Jim and I leave home early to… Continue Reading “Five Minute Friday (But Posted Sunday): People”

Five Minute Friday: Compromise

I am uninspired as I read the prompt for this week’s Five Minute Friday.1 “Compromise” is the word for the day. Nothing comes to mind. In fact, I find myself disappointed, perhaps even a bit annoyed that I didn’t receive a more inspiring or… Continue Reading “Five Minute Friday: Compromise”

Five Minute Friday: Worth

God, help me to remember that my worth is found in your loving gaze. Much like the ragged but beloved stuffed animal, you behold me as a treasure, no matter how worn and weary I may feel. Much like the photo of a precious… Continue Reading “Five Minute Friday: Worth”

Five Minute Friday: How

Thanks again to Kate Motaung and the FMF Community for these Friday inspirations! If you are interested in participating, simply follow the link under the image. This week’s prompt is HOW. HOW… How do I best serve you, God? How do I know what… Continue Reading “Five Minute Friday: How”

Five Minute Friday: Stay

Dear Readers,I recently joined a lovely writers’ group support page, “Five Minute Friday- Encouraging and Equipping Christian Writers“1. Each week, we are given a word and an opportunity to write for five minutes! This is my first week to try this. Thanks to Kate… Continue Reading “Five Minute Friday: Stay”