Chances are you have a Women’s Bible study happening at your local church. Maybe you have been invited, scanned over the blurb in the church bulletin, or have seen it promoted online and you thought, “I should go to this. Yes, I’m going!” Within that same moment you also begin to think of the one… Continue reading 4 Reasons To Come to a Women’s Bible Study
The truth is, we all need it from time to time, a wake up call. I have to say that since my last post When You Can’t Unknow I’ve been wrecked. I’ve been angry, crying and filled with desperation. Something happened within me that night as I listened to Christine share about something as simple… Continue reading America Is Great – Because We Give
It sit in circles with women every week, and yeah, we have problems, heartbreaks even. Our trials are real, painful and nerve wracking, to us. Today I have to, I must be, honest with you and with myself. If you are a woman, like me, who is living in a home with running water, heat,… Continue reading When You Can’t Unknow
If you know me at all you know I love to study the women of the Bible. This always reminds me how grateful I am to live in the 21st Century. The courage that it took to be a woman in Biblical times is immeasurable to say the least. Yet these women who were often… Continue reading Courageous Women of the Bible
I am excited to welcome Stacey Pardoe, a dear writer friend, to the blog today. Stacey is the mama of two, a lover of the woods, and she does a little writing on the side. She is also a wife and certified special education teacher. She is passionate about walking closely with Christ and sharing… Continue reading 8 Prayers for Our Children
Before we look at light, lets take a moment and look at darkness. Darkness is absence of light, lack of, concealment, a lack of sight. Darkness is all around us, and for those lost in darkness, we are the light calling them home. Light illuminates, make things visible and is a radiant energy. Our children, who know… Continue reading Raising Kids Who Shine
Rejection is hard, plain hard. No one likes it, or the awkward lonely feeling that it brings. To be rejected is to be refused, discarded or cast out. Jesus knows how that feels, to the fullest extent. That is how He can say these words… Rejoice and be glad, because great is your reward in heaven,… Continue reading Rejoice in Rejection, Is It Even Possible?
We live in an age where everyone and anyone is calling for our kids to follow them. There is a first follow that will guide all of their other follows, and that follow is Jesus. By following Him first, He becomes the measuring stick by which they measure all of their other follows. Jesus’… Continue reading Why Our Kids Must Make Jesus Their First Follow