I started the In His Footsteps project when I was overwhelmed with my huge to-do list. I started asking God, “What should I do today?” Just like Christ who said “I do always those things that please Him,” I gave Him my to-do list each day.
In His Footsteps is the book I wrote based on what happened as a result. I kept trying to get my life in order so I would have the time, money and energy to turn it over to God. Finally I just turned my messy, overwhelming, over-scheduled life to Him, and He got it in order! One day of to-do lists at a time.
More than in order. He filled it with meaning, love and joy.
I never again woke in a panic worried about things I’d forgotten.
I would love to say it was all about submissive me being filled with God’s love but it was really a lot of back and forth with God and my own will (Look, some one has to do those dishes God!) followed by crazy people, miraculous coincidences and more than one pointed lesson.
I really want you to know what it’s like – that’s why I put those day to day experiences in the book In His Footsteps. I wrote it as it happened. Check it out.
And try it yourself at the same time!
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She and her husband Parker live on 40 acres in the mountains. They’re working hard to build a self sufficient home while keeping up with service to family, church and community – and doing the laundry. (A portion of each book sold supports schools for children in third world countries who live in the city dumps).
In her book series, In His Footsteps, Margaret shares what happens when she listens. She’s still surprised at how often she calls, shows up or brings the very thing people need at the moment they need it. That gives her life meaning.
Using a conversational, and at times humorous, style she shares openly what she has learned so others can apply it in practical, life changing ways.
She writes for people of faith who balance the desire to serve with the often over-whelming demands of daily life.