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About Elisha Wolter, Sufficient Grace Blogger

Elisha Wolter is a wife to an amazing man and a mother to four incredible children. She spends her days homeschooling her blessings, being creative in many ways and wrapping her arms around the ones she loves. She enjoys spending time with family and friends. A writer, blogger, photographer, artist, worship leader and follower of Jesus Christ. A lover of His Word, His love for us and the beauty that He has given us in every part of His creation. Whenever time allows, she adores curling up with a good book, a hot tea and a crotchet blanket. Her blog 'Sufficient Grace' has been created to encourage and inspire women in every area of their lives; to live a life of love, giving all the glory to God. Pop over and say hi, she would love to get to know you!

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Apr
26

Bird Feeders – Op Shop Style!

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As you all know, we really enjoy op-shopping and making things for our home. During the holidays, we saw an idea on Pinterest (where else), for making glass bird feeders with second hand glass ware. We hunted through our local op-shops for glass pieces that we thought would work well for this project, then headed […]

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Apr
13

Staying Organized at Home: Bullet Journal and New Typewriter!

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There’s a section in my bullet journal titled ‘Personal Goals’. I normally approach writing these things out in intricate detail, but then I find that this stifles my creativity and I actually end up feeling restricted in achieving these goals throughout the year. This year I took it from a different angle and briefly wrote […]

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Apr
07

A New Un-Named Space!

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Over the last two days I have been setting up my new art room. I’m not certain that that is what I am definitely going to call it, ‘art room’, or whether it’s going to be ‘craft room’, ‘relax room’ … whatever! All I do know is that I have this absurd compulsion to name […]

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Mar
23

2016 New Bullet Journal

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The concept of using a bullet journal is new to me. I know that it’s probably been something that’s been used for years now, but, as usual, I am late to jump on the band waggon. I actually stumbled across this method by accident when looking up vintage things on pinterest the other day. ¬†It’s […]

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Mar
16

A Weekend at Home

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I love those weekends that you have where you’ve got very little on by way of events to leave home for. A weekend with no time constraints, no agendas or to-do lists; just to be and enjoy (rare, I know). This weekend was one of those for myself and my family. I spent a leisurely […]

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Mar
09

Me and My Sketchbook

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Art has always been something that I’ve enjoyed for my whole life. While I was a teenager, I lived and breathed art. I took art as a subject in high school and was always drawing, or painting, or photographing something (or writing). I really enjoyed completing sketches of anything I could find that caught my […]

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Mar
02

Mr Doubtful

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Today should have been the first day of school for our four children. We home school and are looking forward to another year of learning together. My husband and I spent hours pouring over curriculum, going to a meeting for advise (and to change schools). We’re very happy with our choices, and excitedly placed the […]

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Feb
25

Herb Stand

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As I’ve shared with you all in my post about My Personal Goals, I am wanting to learn more about natural living, healthy eating, gardening etc. Over this past weekend, I was able to set up a herb stand that I am very excited about. My son and I did it together on Saturday night, […]

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Feb
18

My Personal Goals

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So as I’ve previously shared in a post about ‘helping your children set goals’, as promised, I’m going to share with you the goals that I’ve set for myself. I’ve decided that I’ll give myself this term to complete them, so that’s until the big Christmas holiday break at the end of the year! Goodness, […]

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Feb
12

Potato In A Pan – Cooking With Coconut Oil

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Lately I have been looking into the benefits and uses for pure coconut oil. It is amazing the amount of health benefits that it has for our bodies, both internally and externally. I am really enjoying what I am learning. It’s been my desire for a while now to begin using pure and natural ingredients […]

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Feb
05

Op-Shop Clothing Bargains!

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I’m sure that it’s no secret by now that I love op-shopping. The past couple of weeks, I’ve been visiting our local op shops with specific purchases in mind. Kids clothing. My eldest daughter is growing so fast her clothes can’t keep up with her! While my children are in the season of turbo growth […]

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Jan
05

Helping Your Children Set Goals

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Well we’ve started the last term of the school year and I thought it would be great to start it off by setting some new goals for this term. We sat down at the school table and each thought of some goals that we would like to see ourselves accomplish by the Christmas school holidays. […]

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Dec
28

Morning Praises

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The other Sunday morning I was up early preparing for music practice at church, as I was worship¬†leading. I had been up most of the night unwell, and so my mind was very foggy and I was not in the mood (to be very honest) to go and lead the Church in praise. I knew […]

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Nov
24

Splendid Majesty

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The heavens declare the glory of God; the skies proclaim the work of His hands. Psalm 19:1 I praise you Father. You are so beautiful, so powerful. My hearts swells with thankfulness when I think of Who You are. You are sovereign, faithful to keep your promises, never ending, never failing love. Creator of everything, […]

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Nov
19

What Will You Choose?

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My heart is heavy. It’s sorrowful. And I think God’s heart might be that way too. When He sees His people living lives that aren’t His best for them. Sees them making choices that have eternal consequences and it’s as if they don’t even care. Don’t care about the destination of their souls. Don’t care […]

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Oct
30

The Quiet Time Basket

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So many things have been changing and happening around here lately, that I haven’t found the time to be able to sit down and write a single thing! I’ve missed you all and missed writing here in this little space! With that being said, I would like to share with you a little something practical […]

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Jul
13

A Different Bible Study Method: Intimacy With God

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Digging deeper into God’s Word is something that I really want to do more of on a daily basis. My pastors wife and I were discussing this one day and she gave me a great idea of how to draw more out of verses that I love! We all know about ‘thought bubbles’ when it […]

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