Sister Natalie Shawver

Sister Natalie Shawver

Sister Natalie is a proud Cincinnati girl who is never without a good book, cup of tea or husband Brother Justin, and favorite sidekick son Graham.

Day Job: Writer and word nerd extraordinaire.

Favorite Scripture: 2 Corinthians 4:17.

Articles by Sister Natalie Shawver

Milestone Thoughts

Milestone Thoughts

On August 4, I was blessed to celebrate 20 years as a baptized member of The Church of Jesus Christ.  That’s 7,300 days that I’ve had the opportunity to serve the Lord to...

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Sitting in God’s Hands

Sitting in God’s Hands

Dear Brothers, Sisters and fellow blog readers,  Do you ever struggle with anxiety, big or small?  I do.  I think about things I probably shouldn’t. Big things (to...

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Small Changes, Big Impact

Small Changes, Big Impact

Have you ever heard of the 1 Percent Rule?  Essentially, the gist is that over time, if you adjust something by just 1 percent, you’ll see a significant change. Now, you...

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Remember Who You Work For

Remember Who You Work For

I’ve heard it said many times, both from the pulpit and around the dinner table, that as you age, your priorities change. Things that used to be important no longer are, and...

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Just a Little Talk

Just a Little Talk

It may be summer now, but a few months ago we had an ice storm in Cincinnati. Schools were closed and I found myself at home with our four-year-old for the day (or, should I say...

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Home Is Where The Heart Is

Home Is Where The Heart Is

By nature, I’m a homebody. If given the choice, I usually prefer to stay in versus going out—and after a few days away on vacation, I miss the comfort of my four walls. I quickly...

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Praise Him. Always

While we tend to chuckle afterward, the sentiment runs deep. We've been given too many wonderful things to even have time to complain. However, in many instances, it’s easier...

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What’s In Your Cup?

What’s In Your Cup?

I recently read this analogy (and can’t claim it as my own): You’re holding a cup of coffee when someone comes along and bumps into you or shakes your arm, making you spill your...

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