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It dawned on me recently that it’s been about three years since I quit my job as a group home manager. I’d be lying if I said I didn’t miss it, I LOVED my career and never thought I would be a stay-at-home mom. But God has been truly gracious with me over the last […]
Valentine’s Day is typically associated with romantic relationships. But no matter if we are single or taken, we are all in relationships. With God, family members, neighbors, co-workers, our kids, other Christians and yes; spouses too. Here’s a collection of resources all about Christians and relationships.
For about a week and a half, my youngest and I have had bad upper respiratory infections. While the doctor says that we are both past the point of being contagious, I still worry about anybody else coming into our home and getting sick. Additionally, I will be teaching at a Women’s ministry event in […]
I’m blogging on The Mighty today about church and inclusiveness. Check it out!
Once a week, I try to find helpful resources for Christian women and share them. These links are not my own work. John Piper offers thoughts on contentment with the secret to being content with your bank balance. Comparison has been described as “the thief of joy”, and Shanna Mallon tackles the subject of comparison. […]
The longer I’m in ministry, the more often I hear it; Christian women are lonely and craving relationships. It seems like such a simple problem to correct, if you want some friends then just make some, right? But the truth is that most of us modern women struggle to build relationships. Especially in the church, […]
Each week I share a few encouraging words for women that I’ve stumbled across. None of these links contain my own work. Jenny Salt of The Gospel Coalition speaks on Christian singleness in a podcast. Tim Challies wrote a wonderful post for mothers (and fathers) on his blog, Do Not Provoke Your Children. Author of […]
I’m consistently inspired, challenged and encouraged by the men who preach at my church. Every once in a while, I try to share bits and pieces from their sermons here. This week’s sermon at Karis Church was focused on stewardship and sacrifice, and comes from Matthew 5:1-12. If you don’t attend Karis Church and/or didn’t […]
Luck’s got nothing to do with it. On January 13th, 2012 I gave birth to a child that had suffered severe medical distress. She was born thin, sickly-looking and unbelievably quiet; all the result of complications that nobody could have predicted. I was too sick to spend any time with her on the day of […]