Author Archives: Phuong K Schuetz

About Phuong K Schuetz

I am a wife, momma of boys, and home school educator. My passion is to help people live their best life and maximize their created potential by pointing them to their Creator. I am a sunset chaser who loves God's wonders in nature. Starbucks and dark chocolate make me smile 😊. I'm a work in progress; mind, body, and soul. Authenticity is my way of life.

Rethinking Lent: Giving of Myself

I began fasting for Lent a few years ago and have always given up something in order to remember how Jesus gave his life for me. I planned to give up sweets this year as in recent years. But as … Continue reading

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Just One Small Step

Last week I made one small step. It was an act of obedience to God. Since then, it feels like I’ve experienced a lifetime of freedom. I wish I’d done it much sooner. Here’s the back story. I had been … Continue reading

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What I learned in 2017

  My very best effort fails without God. Your passion is a curse if it is pursued out of God’s timing. Don’t pursue your dreams and forget God, the dream giver. I should care more about what God says about … Continue reading

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Faith in What We Don’t See

It’s eleven o’clock Thursday night. I should be snuggled in bed. Instead, I’m trying to think up the right words and remember the perfect story to encourage you towards faith in Jesus. The truth is, I’m writing this for me … Continue reading

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God! Where Are You?

It is a Friday afternoon in late October, damp and chilly to the bones. I’m enjoying a brisk walk to the doctor’s office from work for my first ever prenatal visit. I am eager and anxious. How weird to think … Continue reading

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If She Only Knew….

This is the little me. She is timid and speaks little, for she doesn’t have anything smart to say. Her heart is honest and she believes it is a grave flaw, because it makes her naiïve. She feels gullible, even … Continue reading

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Lessons from the Storm

I came upon these herbs pots as we were preparing for hurricane Irma. “They need some lovin’,” says Caleb. Getting ready for the impending storm helped me to see how badly the plants have been neglected. While pruning the herbs … Continue reading

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