Dani Lindstrom

Dani Lindstrom
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Dani, a Charleston Native, returned to her roots to raise her family in 2020. An alumni of the College of Charleston, Dani began her career as an educator teaching kindergarten and preschool special education before earning her Masters of Theological Studies and Masters of Divinity from Columbia International University. Dani’s current role is ONE Kids Director ONE Fellowship Church. In her free time, you can find her cycling, hiking, and running, but mostly tending to her 80+ houseplants, outdoor vegetable garden, or out in nature with her husband Justin, daughters IvyFaith, EdenGrace, and Labradoodles Hootie and Wrigley. To keep up with Dani, follow her on Instagram @FoliageFaith
Ash Wednesday: a heart shaped dish with ashes and a cross drawn in them.

Gathering for Ash Wednesday in Charleston

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Ash Wednesday marks the beginning of the Lent season for those in the Christian faith. Lent is the 40-day period that Christians prepare for Easter, ending on Easter Sunday. The season of Lent is...
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Charleston Moms CARE: Just Bee

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Giving back to our community is so important. We are excited to present Charleston Moms CARE, a series where we highlight different non-profits around the Lowcountry. We’ll tell you more about the organization and...

Raising Chickens in Our Own Backyard as a Family

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For my birthday (last January), I came home and, to my surprise, was gifted my lifelong dream of chicken supplies to raise chickens! Fast forward to March, my family and I went to our local...

Gardening Does Not Have to Be Intimidating!

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It’s no secret my family enjoys the outdoors and gardening. After all, our two little ladies are named after our love of plants, so naturally, we have curated our lifestyle with plants and gardens...
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Nature At Home: From Kitchen Table to Compost Bin

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Oh, to be a mother of a toddler. You have to help encourage them to eat their fruits and vegetables for ALL meals. I mean breakfast, lunch, dinner, snack, snack, snack, snack, and oh...