• The Words Your Child Really Needs to Hear
  • For When You Just Want to Give Up
  • How to Overcome Food Fixation
  • A Case for Transformed People (and a word about judging)
Are you saying the words your kids really need to hear? They seem like simple words, simple conversations, but they build solid character. Do you speak them? saying the right words|motherhood|parenting|Christian parent|Christian women|children|speaking to kids|building up your kids|kids and confidence

The Words Your Child Really Needs to Hear

“You’re the best Mom ever!” She proclaims, as she grins and squeezes me with her small arms, and my mama heart expands to near bursting. “Well, you’re the best daughter ever!” I smile back down at her. And it’s true. She may be my only daughter at this time, but she is also the best. It… [read more]

Sometimes I just want to give up. Let's be honest. It happens to all of us! When the newness of things wear of, we quickly grow tired and weary. How can we avoid it? women of faith|ministry|parenting|motherhood|writing|blogging|weary woman|want to give up|encouragement|Christian women

For When You Just Want to Give Up

It was bound to happen eventually. I didn’t really have much experience to go on, but it felt like maybe the honeymoon was over, like maybe I just want to give up already. Like all new ventures in life, blogging was fascinating and exciting at first. Every page view was cherished, every comment celebrated. Some… [read more]

Is it okay to eat this chocolate today or not okay? How can I eat a friend's home if she doesn't serve organic? If these are questions that consume your thoughts, then you need this book! Full by Asheritah CiuCiu authentically addresses the issue of food fixation that plagues our society today! food|Full|book review|weight-loss journey|healthy eating|food obsession |diet|organic|overcoming obesity

How to Overcome Food Fixation

Every evening around 9 p.m. the cravings begin. I want chocolate. I want Cherry Pepsi. I want All The Things that are not good for my body, especially that late at night. Looking back, I see how that habit developed. When our children were younger and my husband worked second shift, I would reward myself… [read more]

What does the Bible really say about judging others? How can we be Christ-like without turning a blind eye to sin? God's Word gives us all the direction we need to balance grace with truth! Christians, judging others, God's Word, what does the Bible say, Jesus, love, grace, truth, bible study, devotional thought, Being Confident of This for Christian women

A Case for Transformed People (and a word about judging)

I’m sure sometime within the last week or so, you’ve read a facebook meme or social media post along the lines of “Don’t judge me.” It’s a relatively popular way to shut down any form of disagreement with any person’s lifestyle choices. Unfortunately, being a Bible-believing, truth-defending, Christ-follower is no longer popular even in many… [read more]

Do you feel like you're not getting much when you read the Bible? Is it hard to understand, or are you not really sure where to start? This Bible study course will teach you how to find a method that works for you. Don't just read it - instead, really study the Bible! better bible study, christian women, how to study the bible, study God's Word, how to read the Bible, ways to study the bible, spiritual growth, growing in Christ

Why Reading Isn’t Enough ~ Study the Bible

As work-in-progress Christians, we have several tools at our disposal to help us grow closer to God and bear more fruit. The one tool we often fail to use to its full potential is the Bible! Some of you may be thinking that you use your Bibles daily or even weekly, so why would I… [read more]

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