Category: Self-Love

Faith, Fellowship, and Following Jesus

Last week I shared that I was going to change my blog’s focus, remove the “fluff,” and shift away from self-love to focusing on God. I truly want to be a woman after God’s heart and I pray that you want to be one also. The whole self-love thing has taken over the community of […]

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No More Fluff

I have been convicted. I recently read a blog by Jen Wilkin which further pricked at my conscience. I started this blog last year with good intentions. I wanted to unite Christian women and encourage them. But I found myself using “fluff” to try and get more page views and more readers so I could […]

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From Heartache to Joy: My Story

It’s in the seasons of heartache and waiting that we grow the most because we must cling to God. We must trust that God knows best and His timing is perfect. I have been wanting to share other people’s stories to encourage you, but the story I wanted to share first was my own. I’ve […]

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Finding Freedom

With this being the start of Independence Day weekend, I find myself thinking about freedom and what it truly means to be free. Freedom means that you are not held down by something. In the United States, we have freedoms as defined in our Constitution. That means we are free to do certain things and […]

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In the Midst of the Struggle

I have struggled with my weight since I was a young child. I grew up on the good stuff – home cooked food! My family is in the seafood industry so we always had fresh fish and shrimp to eat and a lot of the time it was fried. Every family gathering revolved around large […]

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Enough for Him

Over a year ago I saw an article comparing Sadie Robertson and Kylie Jenner. Both of their families have been subjects in the news for “controversies” over the years, but on completely different sides of the spectrum. Both of the girls were 17 years old at the time of the article and both had a very […]

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Let It Go

Disclosure: This post may contain affiliate links which means if you make a purchase through the link, I receive a small commission at no extra cost to you. This helps support the mission of this blog. Shame. Guilt. Despair. Regret. Do any of these words describe how you feel about something in your past? Maybe […]

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