Life Well Inspired

Lucille

Lucille Stekl lives in Western New York with her husband and 4 kids, ranging from 1-13 years old. Raised in a conservative Christian home, she cherishes studying scripture and growing in her walk with the Lord. She has been blogging at Life Well Inspired since 2012 and enjoys sharing what she learns from her personal Bible study time and encouraging other women to grow in the Lord. You can find her homeschooling her kids, gardening, or tackling a home project.

God Provides True rescue I have made you and I will carry you; I will sustain you and I will rescue you. Isaiah 46:4

True Rescue Comes From God

It is always inspiring to see how God worked in the past to provide something needed in the present. Kind of like that saying about how years before Zaccheus climbed the tree, someone had planted it. It’s even more remarkable when God does something like that in my own life. Have you ever had any experiences where you realized God had moved weeks or months before and people or things were just in the right place when you needed them?

Burned out or Poured Out?

Burned out or poured out. Did you know there was a difference?

If you’ve followed my blog for a while, you know a common theme I write about is trials and God’s sovereignty. Life has been difficult for me in all areas- marriage, motherhood, professionally, and personally. Over the years I have come to see God’s sovereign hand in it all and I am so grateful for what the trials have produced in regards to my relationship with the Lord. 

Million Dollar Question… Is it safe to till my garden?

It made me so sad. Reading through comments on a Facebook post,  I came across someone who was afraid to plant something because they didn’t want to hurt the soil. As a long-time avid gardener myself and coming from a family legacy of gardening, it made no sense. I had to read it twice to make sure I read it right. As I read through the other comments, I realized there are a lot of misinformed and confused people when it comes to gardening.

Take your garden beyond organic this year for abundant produce!

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“Yep…. it’s good!”

Some of my earliest memories are of listening for those sounds when my mom would open a can of fruit or vegetable when preparing a meal.  That sound meant the seal was good and the food inside was safe to eat.  I may be biased, but there’s nothing better than home-canned fruit or vegetables!  There is no comparison between home-grown food and what we buy at the store- in flavor or nutrition.