Category: Fellowship

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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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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Share Your Story

As you’ve probably noticed, I’ve been absent for awhile. I think I jumped in too quickly to this blogging thing and made commitments that I couldn’t keep due to everything else going on in life. So I took a break from blogging for awhile to refresh and focus on my other priorities. Now I have […]

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From Pride to Love

Have you ever been driving down the road and someone pulls out in front of you?  I’m sure we have all been in that situation.  What’s your immediate reaction?  Do you get angry with the person?  Do you immediately think they are ignorant?  I’m sure we all think that they aren’t paying attention. But what if you are […]

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Prioritizing

I’m realizing more and more that my time is limited. I want to be able to do it all, but I can only do so many things in a day. So many things demand my attention. And I’m not even a mother yet! I feel for all of you who have small children! I’m learning […]

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Happy Wife, Happy Life?

I’m sure you have heard the saying, “happy wife, happy life.” This is to say that as long as the wife is happy then life will be happy. But what is this telling wives? Is our happiness worth more than our holiness? Marriage is about more than just ourselves. Sure, we want to be happy, […]

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Not of This World

Sandra’s friend Victoria always had nicer things than she did. Sandra worked hard, but she just couldn’t afford to buy the name-brand fashion, nice car, and go on expensive trips. She was happy with what she had, but sometimes she wanted to be able to dress as nice as her friend and go on amazing trips. She wished […]

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