Feeling Frazzled?by stephanie reck
What a hectic week I had. I was running from this event, to this activity, and still squeezing in time to minister to others. However, at the end of the week I was tired, stressed, and a bit irritable. Can anyone relate to this madness of keeping up with the demands and fast pace life we can have?
Best Beautyby Olawale Ogunsola
Do you love to look your best at any time? Do you spend a lot of money on this before? There is a better option!
~The Pros & Cons of Beauty~by Jannette Fuller
What I'm about to say may sound contradictory, but it's the truth: beauty has an ugly side to it. And it has nothing to do with the outward/physical appearance, but about what's happening on the inside.
Secondary Infertility: A Memoir of our Journeyby stephanie reck
I had always dreamed of having four children. I knew I wanted a big family ever since I was a little girl. I had my first unplanned pregnancy at 16 years old. It happened quickly and unexpectedly. I got married when I was 25 years old to a Godly man, and knew I wanted to start a family soon.
Apple Butterby louis gander
So many things just disappeared
forever with my mother.
Mom's apple butter's almost gone
and there won't be another.
Do You Feel Like a Failure in This Performance-Based World?by stephanie reck
How many Christians especially women, feel like you are not good enough at times? You feel you have to keep up with the performance of others. As women, we often look to other women as our guide to how to run our lives. This will always lead to disaster, because what we should do with our individual lives should come from Christ alone.
The other womanby Laetitia King
No-one wants to talk about "the other woman," yet she daily gets mentioned in conversations. Our thoughts wander, our flesh ponders on everything this woman represents - and the result is never good.
Understanding Your Worth and Value: Defining what it means to be a Proverbs 31 Womanby stephanie reck
We live in a society where worth and value is measured by our possessions, position, and power. So many women struggle against the strain of trying to keep up and compare themselves to other women who seem to have it all. As women, we feel we are not worthy and valuable when what we do would be looked-down by most of society, hence the all too familiar game of comparison and feelings of being unworthy crouch upon us.
Defacedby Abby Kelly
I find it funny that we incarcerate or fine people for defacing an ancient painting, but call no foul when daily we're told to intentionally alter and deface God's artistic expression in our bodies.
Finding Home-Based Work for Momsby Naomi Ball
If you have more month at the end of your paycheck and need to find work but you know God wants you to stay at home with the kids then this article will help. The options you face are overwhelming, but with a little understanding and a little research you can discover the path you need to take.
The Woman Factorby Stephanie White
The topic of a woman's role has been a controversial topic in the church for generations. If we are going to experience all that God has for us as women, then we are going to have to understand God's Word regarding women.
LOVE ME BUT DON'T CORRECT MEby willetta pilcher
Carolyn sat staring out of the window on a quiet, late October morning with her Bible spread out in her lap. One of the verses she had just read disturbed her. She read the devotional scripture for the day again.
WIN! God Doesn't Make Senseby Shirley Carr
YOU HAVE EVERYTHING INSIDE OF YOU TO WIN! Are you sick of hearing those words without a map for HOW, a navigation system for WHERE, or a smart phone app for WHEN? Consider Skylar Kierra Diggins, third pick for the 2013 WNBA draft.
The Journey's been long but the tide is about to changeby stephanie reck
Circumstances, trials, crisis, let downs have captured the people of God.
Some have succumbed to the hardships of life. Some have even given up hope. While others have lost their faith and doubted God's plans and purposes for their lives. This journey has been long and daunting.
Confessions of a Wanna-Be-Momby Shakera Reid-Stewart
It's so hard to cope with a miscarriage and difficulties with conception. I've come to find out how common this issue is. No matter how common, there is nothing common about the personal experience.
A Pacific Dreamby Elisabeth Puruto
This is a not quite ficticious story that may be of interest to women traveling the South Pacific or other 'romantic' holiday destinations.
Reflecting the Image of Christby Toni Babcock
We were formed to reflect the image of Christ and to live in His service. God has something important for us to do in his kingdom, and he wants us to discover it and allow Jesus to shine.
Lady-nessby Kevin Elliott
After "Will You Ride Again?" (Kevin Elliott, 2011), the author attempts to cover the other side of the coin. The author offers advice to women on how to present themselves, see themselves, interact with others, and set goals for themselves. Women are also encouraged to understand the man's side of life and be willing to work with them to allow healthy relationships to grow.