Sarah Sandifer
About the Author

Sarah Sandifer is married to a military man and is a mama to three darling and rambunctious girls. With their adventurous life comes her ability to discover abundant life in unexpected places and she writes to encourage women how to design their own abundant life within their actual life, too.

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  1. Sarah, thank you for this encouragement to stay faithful even in the unglamorous, unsung part of the journey. I can remember when it occurred to me (at some point along the middle road) that so much of obedience is just plain showing up and doing the next thing in the power God provides.
    Singing alongside you from the old hymn book, “Prone to wander, Lord, I feel it/Prone to leave the God I love.”
    And trusting along with you that God will keep us faithfully on the path He has ordained for us in His great love.

    • Thank you Sarah for this reminder that when we find ourselves in the middle of the journey, we need to set our eyes on Jesus. I struggle with the desire to quit when the middle gets too hard. I realized that it’s because I’m looking at the “glamour” of everyone else’s journeys and wishing mine could look the same. Meanwhile, I’m missing the view of the roadside that Jesus intentionally led me down for that season. You are right, it’s putting one foot in front of the other and staying attuned to God through each step. Thank you for this wonderful reminder of how beautiful the middle sector of our journeys can be when we are focused on Jesus.

      • Absolutely with you in this, Lynn. It is so easy to look at what it seems like others have, and therefore view our lives through the lens of scarcity. But there’s so much abundance right here, right now, for us, huh? On this journey together, my friend. xo