Turn Your Phone into a Testimony-A Review of Prone to Wander Phone Cases

Smartphones are here to stay. They’re kind of a cross between an accessory and an electronic brain. I use my phone for way more than phone calls. I do 80% of the work for my small business on my phone. I read books on my phone. I video chat with my sons on my phone. If our phones are out and about as much as they are, shouldn’t they look good?

Take a look at these cases FrontGate Media sent me to review!

Prone to Wander- Los Angeles has a whole line of Christian-themed phone cases that can turn your phone into a testimony!

 

Beauty for Ashes

 

Trust in the Lord with all your heart

 

The cases come in attractive packaging!

 

Be still and know that I am God.

Available in clear, shimmer, and woodgrain cases for both i-phone and Samsung phones, Prone to Wander-LA has a case reflective of your style and your personal message. All cases can be customized for an additional charge.

The cases slip o

n and off with ease, so it’s easy to keep your phone sanitized.

I’d love to see Prone to Wander come out with cases for clumsy folk like me. I’m one of those who needs a shatter-proof case because I drop my phone several times a week.

Hop over to Prone to Wander’s site HERE and check out all of the cases they have available! They have home decor items as well!

As a small business owner, I’m impressed with this small company started by two friends turned sisters-in-law. I love what they had to say on their bio page:

“We believe that creating an impact in the world starts where you are. Fulfilling your purpose is here and now! The way God designed you is unique and intentional. There is a need in the world that only YOU can fill. We seek to be all that God has purposed us to be and desire to encourage others to do the same.”

They sound like my kind of people. It’s my pleasure to support them in their venture-adventure!

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Focused: A Good Friday Reflection

Am I the only one who has trouble staying focused? Goodness, my mind wanders more than my momma in a Stein Mart Red Dot sale!

It seems harmless, but it’s not.

Because I lack focus:

  • I’m accident-prone
  • I’m chronically late
  • I drop the ball
  • I disappoint others and myself
  • I lack discipline
  • I fail to plan ahead
  • I’m forgetful
  •  I take twice as long to do pretty much anything
  • I stay stressed out
  • I seldom finish what I start

Not so harmless, huh?

This morning, I spent some much-overdue time with God. I confessed my lack of focus and asked for some help. And then I remembered what day it was. Good Friday. The day my Savior’s perfect focus made a way for me.

Jesus didn’t end up on that cross by accident. The appointment was written in red in His eternal datebook.

He didn’t get lost or run late.  “But when the set time had fully come, God sent his Son, born of a woman, born under the law, to redeem those under the law, that we might receive adoption to sonship” (Galatians 4:4-5 NIV).

He didn’t drop the ball. He took the full weight of my sin and yours on His shoulders.

He didn’t disappoint. He came through.

He was the epitome of self-discipline and calls me to imitate Him.  “Then Jesus said to his disciples, ‘Whoever wants to be my disciple must deny themselves and take up their cross and follow me. For whoever wants to save their life will lose it, but whoever loses their life for me will find it'” (Matthew 16:24-25 NIV).

His sacrifice wasn’t an impulsive whim. It was prophecy fulfilled.

Jesus didn’t forget about His appointment with destiny. He sweat drops of blood preparing His heart for it.

His death was neither rushed or prolonged. The symphony of suffering played itself out just as the Composer intended.

Jesus didn’t worry, fret, or second-guess. He prayed. He trusted. He obeyed.

And Jesus, my precious Savior, Jesus, finished what we started. We sinned. He paid the price. “Jesus said, ‘It is finished.’With that, he bowed his head and gave up his spirit” (John 19:30 NIV).

Lord, Your focus on that Friday set me free. You deserve more from me than distracted devotion. Change my heart. Renew my mind. Make me more like You.

 

 

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