Posted by: hugapoohlouise | February 20, 2015

Dance With Jesus: From Grief to Grace! Review

Have you ever experienced the loss of someone, someone close to you?  According to Dance With Jesus: From Grief to Grace author Susan B. Mead everyone experiences grief differently.   After all we were all created individually, separately and different by God.  Are you stuck in grief?  Have you come out on the other side?  If you need help whatever phase you’re in on the grief journey then this is a book you must read.  It is one you must buy extra copies and keep with you for just the right time to give to those we love.

Susan B. Mead has written a book I wish I had when I lost my mother in 2006.  My mother as you know committed suicide at the age of 75 years old.  I am a suicide survivor.  I honestly believe after reading this book that if this book was available when I was grieving that my grieving process would have been glorifying to the Lord, productive and I would have moved from brokenness to joy in a timely manner.  Instead of getting stuck for 6 months in the first step of grieving.  I am definitely holding on to this book.  Who knows what lies ahead and I know the Lord will use this book in a mighty way in the life of those it comes into contact with.

This book moved me in ways that are very hard to put into words.  First of all it is a quick read.  One or two pages for each chapter.  I absolutely loved the questions at the end of each chapter.  I am a journaler and I used the questions to journal with my three kids so we could remember their grandmother and my mother and all the memories I have swirling around of her in my heart and mind.  I also used the questions to journal things for my kids to read at a later date.  Little keepsakes, mementos if you will.  Things that I think I will always remember but find I am forgetting more and more of.  As someone who has experienced grief firsthand, I know how distracted you can be as you walk through the loss of someone in your life.  This book is perfect, fits into your bag and you can take it everywhere with you.  It is easy to read and light in tone.  I would have loved to have a copy when the grief overwhelmed me on some days and all I saw was darkness.

I also adored that this book was light and heavy at the same time.  It gets to the heart of the matter of losing someone.  Susan B. Mead, lost her son, so she has walked the path of loss, grief and healing.  It comes from someone who has moved from brokenness to blessedness and you experience this with each carefully penned word.  The main point that comes across in the book is that people matter, all people.  You can feel the love that Susan B. Mead in Dance With Jesus: From Grief to Grace has for each reader.  Susan has graciously sent me an extra copy of her book to give away to one of my readers.  So if you know someone who could use this book, either someone who has lost someone or is losing someone, I would be honored to bless this person with a book.  Leave a comment telling me the name of the person and as briefly as possible why they need this book.  I will randomly draw a name on March 7th, 2015 at midnight and notify the winner here on the blog.

I encourage you to visit the website for Dance With Jesus:  From Grief to Grace!  I know Susan B. Meade would love to hear your story and to hear how you are dancing with Jesus.

Until Next Time,


I received a free copy of this book/Ebook/Product to review. I was not required to write a positive review nor was I compensated in any other way. The opinions I have expressed are my own. I am disclosing this in accordance with the FTC Regulations. I am part of The CWA Review Crew

Posted by: hugapoohlouise | February 14, 2015

Happy Valentine’s Day!

Happy Valentine’s Day to all my readers, subscribers.  Valentine’s is not a real big event in our home.  The girls celebrate at school with a party, candy and the exchange of pre-approved cards, but otherwise it is just another day in the Water’s household.

Except… for the sugar crash they experience about 6:30pm.

I’ve been sick since last Saturday, not quite sure with what, I call it the flu, the doctor’s are just scratching their heads.  The worst part has been the constant headache.  It just won’t go away, and I don’t want to live on pain meds so I found a quick fix.  Powerade.  Yep, I drink it real fast the whole container and I am headache free for a few hours.  Not sure why, but at this point I’ll take any relief I can get.

An update regarding the get healthy lifestyle.  I am down 32 pounds, which is a bummer because I can’t get warm.  I have been so cold for the past month and as you know I live in the Sunshine state where we really don’t have a winter.  I have lost 8 pant sizes!  Yep, started the journey May 2014 and ran my first 5K in December and continuing on each day.  I haven’t really changed the way I eat, just eating until I am full and quitting.  I did give up soda or for my Northern readers Pop.  But I still drink my coffee.   Black no calories.  Yum.

So tomorrow we celebrate the 14th birthday of our oldest child.  See previous post.  I love her wishes for her birthday.  To ride her horse and to shoot her bow and arrow.  Doesn’t give a mom much to go on, but we’ve tried to raise them not to be materialistic.

So have a Happy Valentine’s Day and share you love with someone else who may not have someone this holiday.

Until Next Time,


Posted by: hugapoohlouise | February 11, 2015

Happy Birthday to my oldest child… Happy Birthday to You!

This weeks marks my oldest daughters birthday.  She is turning 14 years old this week and we are celebrating her life.  We are celebrating the blessing she has been to us straight from the Lord.  We are celebrating that she is a Child of God.

Happy 14th Birthday, dear Savannah.  I pray that you have a blessed day.  Your birthday this year falls on Sunday.  What an honor and privilege to be able to spend the day of your birth in God’s house with God’s people.  A true celebration.  I am so thankful for you.  You almost weren’t.  Your mother who was living in sin chose not to have children.  Why you may ask?  Because I was selfish and filled with the flesh.  I didn’t want to share, I didn’t want to take care of another person and I definitely didn’t want to be a mother.  I saw what motherhood looked like in my own mother and friends and it was not a desire I had.  Until…..I met your dad and because of the Lord of His life Jesus Christ, I was persuaded.  I became a believer.  I accepted that I was a sinner and selfish and I knew there was nothing I could do to save my life, so I met Jesus… Thank God, right?  After, I met Jesus, I realized that I God had created me with a deep-seated desire to be a mother.  So I surrendered to Jesus and you were conceived.  But before you were conceived in my womb, God molded you, shaped you and planned your life.  He blessed me and your dad with you.  And what a blessing you have been to us.

You were such a blessing that not long after your birth, I longed for more children.  I wanted a whole house full.  Yep, that’s why you have two sisters.  You would have had more but it wasn’t in God’s plan for my life.  You were wise beyond your years the minute you were born.  You’ve always had wise eyes my child.  You listen with your soul not just your ears and you are tender-hearted and it is my prayer that your heart never becomes hard against anything but sin.

So I wanted to wish you a Happy Birthday today and I pray that all your hopes, dreams come true as you get one year older this week.  I pray that you will seek Him first for all your decisions and I pray that His Word will be the guide for your feet.

Love Mom

Posted by: hugapoohlouise | February 3, 2015

2015 Refreshing, Fulfilling Bible Study

For the past six years I have been reading through the Bible each year.  It is only by the grace of Christ that I am able to complete this each year.  For the first three years I used a different translation each year to keep the reading fresh.  To see things from a different perspective.  To allow the Word of God to infuse my spirit and flow freely in my life.

The next to years I read through the Word of God chronologically.  If you’ve never done a chronological plan, believe me when I say try it.  It will truly amaze you.  The Word of God is alive and when you read chronologically it will jump off the page to you and refresh you daily.  You’ll see things that you previously missed.  You’ll understand more especially in the Old Testament.

This year, 2015, I decided to read through the Bible using my ESV Daily Reading Bible.  Through the Bible in 365 Days based on the popular M’Cheyne Bible Reading Plan.  Sounds official doesn’t it?  The M’Cheyne Bible reading plan is basically a chapter from the Old Testament starting in Genesis and then a chapter from the New Testament beginning in Matthew.  On the same day you then read another Old Testament text starting in Ezra and finish off the day with Acts in the New Testament.  The M’Cheyne plan will take readers through the entire Bible in one year and through the Psalms and the New Testament twice.  I am in love with this plan.

But, one thing that has really made the ESV Daily Reading Bible come alive to me this year is I began successfully for the first time to mark my Bible as I read.  I’ve attempted Bible marking before only to become discouraged and quit.  It was too much work and it was taking away from the Word in my own life.  I was too concerned with using the right marking system, highlighter or pen and choosing the right colors and symbols and I missed out on the Big Story contained within the pages of the Bible.  So I quit.

Not this year.  I am currently using the Women Living Well Bible study and Courtney Joseph shared the SOAK method with us for the first time.  Never heard of it?  Me, either until this year.  The SOAK Bible study method consists of:



A=Application and

K=Kneeling in Prayer

 Kind of similar to the SOAP method that has been popular for Bible study for years.  But the thing that brings the SOAK method to the forefront of Bible study is the Printable Bible Coloring Chart.  As I’ve shared above, I’ve tried Bible marking before and failed miserably.  Not this year.  The Good Morning Girls or Women Living Well Bible Coloring Chart is simple, easy and user-friendly.  It truly helped me to read God’s Word slowly and to retain what I read.  Sort of like Lectio divina.  You meditate on God’s Word as you read.  For me I read from my ESV Daily Reading Bible. I read the first passage from the Old Testament through once.  Then I grab my Bible highlighters.  Currently, I am using a mixture of highlighters, pens, twistable crayons and twistable colored pencils.  You can find a copy of the Printable Bible Coloring Chart on the Women Living Well website by clicking anywhere within this post on their name.

Prepare to be amazed.  I know I am.  I am only on the second month of reading and coloring, but I have truly discovered that this system works for me.  I don’t know if it is the slowly reading through more than once and then marking the items, but I am discovering things that I never before seen in God’s Word.  I’ve read through the Bible six times previous and before that read different chapters over and over.  It is awesome.  I am also journaling as I read the new things that have astonished me, the things that have convicted me, the new things that have stood out to me.  And I am loving it.  The Word is speaking to my heart.  I hear the words of God and they become alive, personal and yet part of a huge picture.  The focus is not so much on self, but on His Word and what He has to say. I am learning so much about God’s character and about the people contained within the pages of the Bible.  I just had to share this with you.

So if you are feeling a little parched.  Your time in the Word is no longer alive but feeling more like an  obligation than a desire, I challenge you to stop by and check out the SOAK method and the Bible coloring method and see for yourself.

Until Next Time,


Originally posted on Heart Du Jour by Dawn  be sure to stop by her blog and give her some feedback.


Welcome back to week four. I almost had to skip again this week–it has been rough here lately! We got hit by blizzard Juno, dumping a gorgeous three feet of fresh white snow on us–took two days to get dug out, then another before school and work schedules resumed. So I had an unexpected houseful and a schedule tossed to the wind. Then I got the news that a dear friend’s husband had passed away, the wake and funeral would be Thursday and Friday. I’d gotten absolutely nothing accomplished that I’d hoped to achieve all week, and another slice of time was cut away. But, I’m so glad I attended the service–such beautiful words remembering and honoring a most loved father, husband, grandfather…and it was just good to be in the company of my rowing/church family for the occasion as well.

So I determined to set aside all mail, lettering, and planner pursuits for the afternoon until I got my post written–all those things can wait just a little bit longer…I should have some time to play over the weekend (I hope, at least!) And we carry on with Chapter Four: Undeserving, Yet Unconditionally Loved.

I don’t know about the rest of you, but I struggle a LOT with the whole feeling of being undeserving of God’s lavish love and grace. I have made mess upon mess of my life and yet He’s done nothing but shower me with His unlimited love, forgiveness, and bounty of blessings. I live it–every day in awe of all that God has given me. I don’t even remember to thank Him most of the time. Yet every day, new grace, more gifts, unbounded love.

Chapter Four explores the stories of David and Mephibosheth (2 Samuel 4), and that of Paul. How King David bestowed grace on Jonathon’s crippled son for the sheer love of his childhood friend. Paul, consumed zealot, condemner, murderer of Christians given grace by God, turned apostle who couldn’t stop himself from preaching God’s love-from the depths of prisons, bound in chains. He lived to preach God’s grace to the rest of us until his last dying breath.

This gift is given freely. God does what He does by His grace. Because of this, I am what I am by the grace of God. He gets every ounce of credit for whatever good I am able to achieve. And just as God shapes us in His grace, we need to allow Him to be the One to mold those around us in HIS way (not ours). And since He gives us grace, we need to extend it to others, rather than trying to turn them into what we think they should be.

Grace is not something simply to be claimed, it is meant to be demonstrated. It is to be shared, used as a basis for friendships and drawn upon for sustained relationships.

“Grace focuses on who God is and what He has done and takes the focus (and credit) off ourselves. Yet it’s so easy to think we need to do something to earn or deserve God’s favor, as though grace is too good to be true.” -Jackie Hudson

In what ways have you experienced God’s grace in your life and relationships?

Do you find it difficult to let people be who they are? Why do you think this is so?

Do you find yourself being harder on family members or coworkers than you mean to be? In which of your relationships is this an issue?

Click here to listen to the chapter podcast.

Thanks so much for your patience with last week’s delay, and thank you for joining me again this week. I hope you’re getting as much from this study as I am. Please leave a comment below–I’d love to hear what you think so far! Have a great week–see you next Saturday for Chapter Five!

Posted by: hugapoohlouise | January 30, 2015

Happy Birthday Odyssey Adventure Club!

Special Birthday deals enclosed for Odyssey Adventure Club!  So don’t forget to read the whole post to reap the rewards as we help Odyssey Adventure Club celebrate their birthday.

adventures ody birthdayOdyssey Adventure Club turns one!  Can you believe it?  I can’t.  Since my kids start using Odyssey Adventure Club when I reviewed the product for Litfuse they have been accessing it daily and I love to hear them retell the stories to others, but to me too!  I love that they have a safe place they can go to learn more about the Bible.  So I couldn’t wait to share with you some of the specials that Odyssey Adventure Club is giving away for their birthday.


Did you make any resolutions or goals this year?  Perhaps you made personal resolutions, or maybe your goals are family-focused.  If one of your goals is to find your kids or grandkids a safe place online to have fun and to learn more about biblical truth, consider that checked off your to-do list!  The Odyssey Adventure Club is celebrating their first birthday, and to celebrate, they’re offering a special promotion!  But hurry this offer ends January 31, 2015.

The Odyssey Adventure Club is a safe, fun environment where children can explore, create and imagine, all while developing their faith-the perfect platform for your kids to explore while they’re stuck inside this winter.

Anyone who signs up during January (promo code: BIRTHDAY) will not only

receive their first month for only $5, but they will also get three Last Chance Detective

audio dramas and an Odyssey Adventure Club post signed by cast and crew members.

Members of the Odyssey Adventure Club receive:
  • 24/7 streaming access to more than 750 Adventures in Odyssey episodes (a $1500 retail value).
  • A new, members-only Adventures in Odyssey episode every month.
  • A subscription to Adventures in Odyssey Clubhouse Magazine.
  • A web quest of video stories and online activities reflecting the biblical theme of that month’s episode.
  • On-the-go access with the OAClub mobile iOS app.
  • Growing access to Odyssey books, a daily devotion, access to select Radio Theatre dramas and more.
In the coming months, members will also be able to look forward to:
  • An exclusive, downloadable, cut-and-fold Odyssey character craft.
  •  In February, members can sneak a peek at the second Candid Conversations with Connie book.
Additionally, a portion of each Odyssey Adventure Club membership benefits Focus on the Family partner organizations, such as Carry the Cure and Mission Aviation Fellowship, providing parents with an opportunity to teach children about the value of serving others. The Odyssey Adventure Club hopes to spend another 25 years hand-in-hand with parents seeking to teach biblical truth to their children while inspiring the theater of their imagination.
So don’t delay this offer is only good until the end of January!  You can click on any Odyssey Adventure Club words within this post to be taken to their site to sign up for this amazing offer.
Until Next Time,
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Posted by: hugapoohlouise | January 28, 2015

Guest Posts?

Melissa’s and Dawn’s Musings is looking for a few good people.  We are branching out and for the month of March looking for guest posters.  New bloggers, old bloggers, seasoned bloggers, etc.  We want YOU.  We would love to feature you on our blog.  How?

Just email Melissa at svnhm1 at yahoo dot com and send me over your bio, blog, blog history and the idea you would like to feature on Melissa’s and Dawn’s Musings.  Ideally, I am looking for 8 people.  The only requirements are:  1.  You must have a personal relationship with Jesus Christ as Lord and Savior.  2.  Your article must bring God glory.  Easy peasy as pie.

So what are you waiting for?  Start sending those emails now.  I am so excited.  Aren’t you?

Until Next Time,


Posted by: hugapoohlouise | January 25, 2015

Grace Awakening: Week Three, Chapter Three-Isn’t Grace Risky?

Originally posted on Heart Du Jour by Dawn Maurice!

What shall we say, then? Shall we go on sinning so that grace may increase?

By no means! We died to sin; how can we live in it any longer?

~Romans 6:1-2

 The great risk of grace is the knowledge that we have been freed from our sins through the death and forgiveness of Jesus Christ. Some might say people can then go on in their sinful living as before receiving this gift of God, after all-all is forgiven! The debt is paid! We are free to do fully as we please. And indeed we are. Whoa—like a kid let loose in the great candy store of life!

Once we believe–and that is just simple faith, not a vow to change one’s life, or a promise to give up all we have and off we go to follow Christ. There’s no carved in stone commitment to never, ever sin again. That’s not even possible. We’re still human after all. But, because of Christ’s commitment to us through His death on the cross, God declares those who believe to be righteous and justified. Then He gets to work, changing us day by day, bit by bit towards maturity and sanctification.

So, with this great privilege of living in grace, there will be some who take advantage and abuse the gift God offers. Aren’t there always people like that with any free offering? Why would grace be any different? There will be people who simply don’t value or understand what this grace cost our God. (I would encourage you to read Oswald Chambers’ My Utmost for His Highest for a deeper appreciation.)

Read Romans 6:2-7

Why are people who have accepted God’s grace dead to sin? What happened that has freed us from being slaves to sin?


If you’re a believer in Jesus Christ, how can knowing that you have been freed from the power of sin affect your daily life?


Side story—humor me a moment: All I can hear is Sarah’s voice in the movie Labyrinth, telling Jareth, the Goblin King, “You have no power over me!” Got that right!! And that realization shattered Jareth’s spell, Sarah was freed. As instantly as we are freed from the grip of sin the moment we believe in Christ. Sin no longer has any power over us!


Read Romans 6:8-11

When we were set free from sin through belief in Christ, our old selves-our former nature-died, never to return (can I get a “Good riddance!”?) We now live with the presence of the Holy Spirit in our hearts, guiding and enabling us to live more like Christ. And how did He live?


As a believer, how does the fact that you are free and fully able to say no to sin and yes to God make you want to live?


Read Romans 6:12-15


If you are a believer in Jesus, you have the ability to say no to sin, but you still have the choice of whether you’ll let sin reign in your life. Even with this freedom to choose to live for God, why is it so tempting to let sin continue to reign?


When you choose to let sin reign in your life, what is the effect upon you?


When you choose to follow God and say no to sin, what is the effect of that decision in your life?


Suggestions For Living Freely and Responsibly


The freedom we have in Christ is not the freedom to do anything we want, but to be everything that God has created us to be. To be everything God created us to be, we must pursue a life of grace, not chasing our lusts but rather honoring Him with our righteousness. Such as:


  • Enjoy the freedom grace provides. This is a gift from God, give yourself permission to be free.
  • Treat grace as an undeserved privilege rather than an exclusive right. Be grateful for what God has done for you, not arrogant or demanding about it.
  • Remember that while grace came freely, it cost our Savior His life in a most brutal manner. We handle with care what comes at great cost. Handle your liberty that way.


God sent His only Son not just to forgive us, but also to set us free. He knew what He was doing. He knew we could learn to live responsibly in the context of liberty. He knew rules could not change us but relationship would. As we come to know “the God of all grace” we love Him all the more. We love our freedom, and in that freedom, love others. Just as God does.


If you’re just joining us, we are working our way through Charles Swindoll’s Grace Awakening and the accompanying Workbook. I’m posting a weekly chapter every Saturday. You can also listen to Mr. Swindoll’s weekly podcasts for each chapter online at his website. Click here for this week’s podcast.


Thanks again to all for stopping by. I hope you’re enjoying this message of grace as much as I am every week! Please share any thoughts or comments below—I’m always happy to hear from you! Have a great week—hope to see you back here again soon!

Posted by: hugapoohlouise | January 21, 2015

Melissa’s One Word – 2015

I know I am a little late to the One Word party, but I’ve been busy living out my One Word for 2015 and I just now found the time to stop by the blog to share it with you.  Did you choose One Word in 2015 to help you focus on the things the Lord has been dealing with your heart about?  If so please stop by and share your One Word here on my blog in the comments section.

So without further ado my word for 2015 that the Lord has led me to focus on is:


As I was praying about what the Lord would have me focus on in 2015, I was led to the passage of Scripture in Hebrews 10:36 ESV:

“For you have need of endurance,

so that after you have done

the will of God, you may receive

the promise.”

WOW!  What a jam-packed verse.  I have need of endurance.  Why?  So that I can do the will of God here on earth.  Why?  So I may receive the promise?  What promise?  The promise that God promised me.  I am not going to share the answer here as I don’t want to do all the work for you.  So I was kind of confused when the Lord gave me the word endurance.  I had to make really and truly sure that this was the word and the more I explored the word I realized that this is the perfect word for me in 2015.  God doesn’t make mistakes.  Never has and never will.

I recently began a journey in May 2014 to get healthy and get off the sofa.  I began walking in May 2014 and slowly but surely worked my way up to jogging.  In December 2014, me and my oldest daughter ran/walked our first 5K.  What an accomplishment, I was a grossly obese mother of three children as classified by my personal physician.  29lbs later and my second 5K scheduled for January 31, 2015, the Lord has led me through the word endurance already.

Endurance according to the Merriam-Webster dictionary means the ability to do something difficult for a long time.  The ability to deal with pain or suffering that continues for a long time.  The quality of continuing for a long time.  Permanence duration.  The ability to withstand hardship or adversity.

That sounds just like what a Christian who is following hard after Jesus faces each and everyday doesn’t it?  We need endurance to make it to the end and not our endurance the endurance of Jesus Christ our Lord and Savior.  My endurance is nothing it can’t even hold up a wet noodle for any length of time, but HIS endurance is everything and I want more of it in 2015.  Don’t you?

How? you might ask?  We can’t truly abide in someone we do not know.  We have to spend time with the One we are abiding in for strength for endurance for patience for anything.  We need to truly know Him as He knows us.  From the inside out and the only way I can do this is to spend time with Him everyday not just in a quiet time but to truly abide in Him every moment of every day from now until He calls me home.  I will be sharing more how my abiding has changed in my walk with Christ in a later post.

So don’t forget to stop by and share your One Word for 2015 with me.

Until Next Time,


Posted by: hugapoohlouise | January 18, 2015

Grace Awakening – Week Two

This post originally was posted on Heart Du Jour our very own Dawn’s personal blog and you can visit her blog and share your comments if you are joining us for this awesome study.  Come be set free by grace.

Week Two Chapter Two-The Free Gift

Someone close to me, during a very stressful time of my life, had the audacity to say to me, “Having God is great, but sometimes it’s not enough.” As if there is anything we can humanly do that is greater than God. That was the last time I spoke to that person. If we cannot trust God to see us through our darkest hours, then when? Only when things are going well? What sort of faith is that?
This week’s chapter expresses where our gift of grace originates-strictly from God. How do we get it? Purely by believing. There is not a single, solitary thing we do on our own that warrants receiving God’s grace. He gives it freely from His love for us. And the glory of this gift of grace is that it’s not just for the super good folks, the radically religious sect—it is for ALL of us! And there’s more: there is nothing we can do to lose that gift. Once we are adopted as a child of God, we are His forever, no matter how bad we might mess up. Good to know, isn’t it? I mess up a lot…


The world would teach us that we can only rely on ourselves. We are in charge and solely responsible for the direction and success of our lives. God would have us learn differently. He would have us trust solely in Him, on Him. That’s hard at times, isn’t it? We want to be able to rely on ourselves, on the right here, right now. We want to be in control of our circumstances. I have sat in a miserable holding pattern too many times to ever think that I am the one in control. I’ve not always liked God’s timing, but I do know for certain that I love His intervention and intention in my life—where I’ve been placed by His loving hands.


Have you ever trusted Christ to be the Master of your fate? The Captain of your soul? If not, you can do it now. Tell Him that you want to turn from yourself and turn to Him as Captain as you accept His gift of grace. If you have already trusted Christ to be Captain of your soul, are you letting Him steer your soul completely? If not, in what areas do you need to put the wheel back into His hands?

Don’t forget to listen to Charles Swindoll’s podcast for this week’s chapter here.

You are welcome to share your thoughts in the comments below—I would love to hear from you! And I hope you’ll join us next week for Chapter Three-Isn’t Grace Risky?


In Christ,


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