Sometimes women have unrealistic views about discipleship. Here are a few.
Monday Mutuals are simply a collection of my favorite finds on the internet. None of these links are my work, I’m just trying to share some browser love with my readers. Struggling with full calendars and emotional exhaustion? This post on (in)Courage challenges us to let go of our own plans so that we can […]
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 […]
I’m blogging on The Mighty today about church and inclusiveness. Check it out!
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, […]
I remember the first few times I participated in women’s ministry as a new Christian. Since I was not raised in the church, I had no preconceived notions of what these events were like, nor had anyone really explained to me the purpose of gender-specific ministries in the church. All I heard was “Bible study” […]
The last month has been packed with many conversations about sin, foolishness and immaturity. To be more specific, these conversations are centered around confessing my sin, foolishness and immaturity. Sometimes when we confess our sin to our friends, we are surprised to find out that they are human (shocking, I tell you). They don’t always have the […]
One of the things I enjoy most at church is watching baptisms, and I got to witness six of them today. Among the six was a very close friend of mine, one of the first people I became close to at Karis. Before our pastors baptize a believer, they always give the individual a chance […]
One of the cooler things about Karis is that 3/4th’s of the congregation has their own blog. That’s probably an exaggeration, but it’s not like anyone is going to do a headcount at church next week and prove me wrong. Anyway, the majority of the blogs are just family updates for extended kin to look […]