Lies Women Believe and the Truth that Sets Them Free by Nancy DeMoss Woldgemuth was one of the first Bible studies I ever tackled with a group of women.
After dropping off our oldest son for his freshman year of college almost four long hours away from our home, anxiety and fear became my middle-of-the-night companions. For the first several months, any time I would wake in the middle of the night my mind would fill with unwelcome thoughts that quickly tumbled out of control.
Free of Me – Why Life is Better When it’s Not About You.
This is the title of Sharon Hodde Miller’s new book and I knew the moment I saw it that joining her launch team was a divine appointment.
I first heard about the Turquoise Table at the Allume Christian bloggers conference in 2014.
Kristen Schell was leading a breakout session where she shared the story of how God had led her to place and paint a picnic table in her front yard to foster hospitality in her neighborhood.
Reading is my escape. It’s also my favorite form or procrastination.
The irony of reading the book “The Simplest Way to Change the World” while I prepped wings for my crew on Super Bowl Sunday was not lost on me.
We used to host Super Bowl parties. We didn’t let newborns or toddlers keep us from inviting over our neighbors for big bowls of chili, football food, and watching the big game.
How big is God to you?
Do you really, truly see Him as all-knowing?
Can you wrap your brain around his omnipresence?
I love discovering new women’s ministry resources!
Especially those that challenge me to think differently and cause me to question some of the choices our women’s ministry team has made.
I was flat-out overwhelmed on Sunday by what God did at the end of our worship service.
Are there women you know who are struggling to figure out God’s plan for their life?
Do you know a few moms that feel like they’ve pushed aside their purpose as they focus on raising their children?
Are the women you know tired of trying harder?
Turns out there’s a label for the funk I’ve been in lately.
That feeling of never being good enough. Never doing enough. Failing to be better at so many, many things.
Many of you have requested more Bible study reviews! I’ve got one for you today!
I admit it. I am a sucker for a good romantic movie.
Sleepless in Seattle, The Sound of Music, Gone with the Wind, Jerry Maguire, Dirty Dancing, An Affair to Remember…
I have a strong feeling Old Fashioned is destined to become another classic love story that will stand the test of time.
In the fall of 2013 God began to pepper me with verses about “loving your neighbor”. It was in my BSF Bible study. It popped up in a Christian fiction book I was reading. It seemed as if everywhere I turned, God was telling me to “love my neighbor”, but I didn’t know why.
I felt like a fraud.
A big, fat fraud.