Sheri is a Catholic wife, mom, speaker and teacher. She useses her great sense of humor and her deep faith to help others discover the joy of being a child of God. Her roots are in Kansas but her home is in Michigan. The mission of her ministry is to encourage others to take a good look at the simple ways we can all find God doing joyful, blessed, amazing things smack dab in the middle of the laundry, ball games, farm chores and the hundred other things we manage to cram into a day. Sheri also writes at JoyfulWords.org.
What would your 2014 be like if it were guided by one little “God-inspired” word guaranteed to draw you closer to the Father and all the challenges and celebrations of this New Year? I dare you…read on and give it a try!
Ever had one of those days so nutty that you could hardly even remember all the crazy things that happened? Join Sheri as she relives one of those days and finds God peeking around every crazy corner!
God weaves perfectly orchestrated events and people into our lives every day…did you notice?
If your Advent attitude could use a little adjustment; here’s the post for you!
As you give thanks to God for your blessings, take it one step further and demonstrate your gratefulness.
Shhh…we could take a lesson from Mother Elephant, some preschool sons, and the voice of a loving Father who is often hard to hear in the middle of our busy, loud days.
What do American History class and St. Catherine of Sienna have in common? You might be surprised at the way a simple extra credit assignment turned into a lesson about courage and God’s plan.
Some days God leads us gently to His truth and His plan; other days He presents them in such a way we feel like we’ve crashed into a brick wall!
Sheri Wohlfert shares the story of how resting in the Spirit at a recent healing service gave her an amazing view of the rafters of the church and the loving power of God.
Have you ever talked to a child about their guardian angel? Sheri Wohlfert shares the reaction her class of 7-year-olds had and how it helped her grow more deeply in her faith.