I try and be a good mom who supports my kids. But I’ll confess something and I’m probably not alone here: sitting through their school concerts sounds a lot like this to me: School Concert And hearing from a lot of women who have sat through months of Zoom Sermons, Sunday morning does too. They […]
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My Haunting Dream A bride. Dirty and gaunt, too weak to hold up her head, sprawled across Jesus’s lap. Head cast down, His hair falling forward, covering His face, He wept. Deep sobs racking His body. She lay there, unmoving. Slowly His head lifted. His tear filled, red rimmed eyes pleaded before He even spoke. […]
We pulled into the Christmas tree farm and I immediately fought back tears. Memories flooded back. Walking through endless rows and rows of thick, bountiful trees towering over our heads, the smell of pine filling our senses. This year, the three rows of trees to choose from met us eye level, challenging me to focus […]
A Brand New Study Experience! Grab a friend and come join us! This Digital Bible Study Bundle is designed with you in mind! Are you wrestling with anxiety and worry thinking about the future? Do you struggle to believe God has a plan for the world today and that you can trust Him […]
The world needs strong women of faith and courage. But lately?? Everything I once knew about my various roles as a woman has become uncertain and left me feeling anxious. Can you relate? I feel more courageous and strong when the boundaries of my responsibilities and roles are clear. In the midst of the chaos […]
The political rhetoric and reasons behind which services/activities prove essential intrigues me. Somehow the communion of the saints no longer classifies as essential. Scripture and history outlines three essential reasons why believers must gather. How can we transform our multi-million dollar campuses into mini church services spread throughout the thousands of square feet, to social […]
If you’re experiencing hopelessness, anxiety, or are feeling stuck in your difficult circumstances, then this is for you. I just launched 15 Days to Resilient Faith- a series designed with you in mind. Each day you’ll receive a video or written teaching right in your inbox that also includes a promise from Scripture along with […]
A Different Kind of Mother’s Day Mother’s Day looks a little differently this year, doesn’t it? Typically we go to church in the morning where I get to hug all of my mom friends wishing them a beautiful day with their families. Afterward my family and I head out to my favorite outdoor dining and […]
Struggling With Selfishness Acts 6:1-7 Full of Faith & The Holy Spirit To the world you may only be one person, But to one person you may be the world. That Sunday I hardly heard one word of the sermon. Just a couple of seats over in front of me a young dad cradled his […]
The Pentecost Challenge One thing I continue to ask myself in this crazy season is, “What does God long to accomplish in His daughters at this time?”. For the last two generations, many women have found themselves wearing countless hats, pulled in one hundred different directions and redefining family. It’s time for the Pentecost Challenge! Now, […]
Let’s Link Arms & Begin Living An Unexplainable Life! So many similarities to the opening of the book of Acts and our world today! The disciples were quarantined, confused, and frightened wondering what was going to happen next. 50 days later those scared disciples became transformed into bold men and women fulfilling a sacred calling. […]
Women’s Ministry is vital to the growth of the kingdom and the health of the church. Does your church encourage you to exercise your gifts? A lack of commitment to build and support women’s ministry results in stagnant and weakened churches. Here are three reasons why: 1. The Uniqueness of Women I felt a rush […]