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  • How to be Fierce in Your “Job Season”?

    The Life of Job We have all walked through seasons in life that were rough and life-altering. God’s servant, Job, was no different. In fact, Job faced a perfect example of a tough season in life. Job was a faithful servant of God and there was one person who hated that was Satan. Satan comes to steal, kill, and destroy. God told Satan he could not physically kill Job but that didn’t stop Satan from taking every swing at Job as he could to sway Job to betray God. Satan’s Actions Reference- The Book of Job Actions Against Job’s Household and Property Satan took Job’s oxygen, donkeys, and camels Satan…

  • Why Dare To Be Different?

    “Dare to be different” is a phrase that is hard to follow through on a lot. What I mean by that is we live in a world that wants everyone, man, woman, and child, to fit into this box of “normal”. The box of “normal” is filled with all sorts of expectations for a person’s life, such as; body type, what we should be doing at a certain age, what we should believe, how much money we should be making, etc.. I dare to be different. I have never nor will I ever fit into the box of “normal” that society expects me to fit into. My Story When I…

  • Life Lessons from the Life of Ruth: A Story of Love & Redemption

    Being a fierce woman for Jesus in the world today is not easy but it was much harder for many women in the Bible, like Ruth. Ruth and Naomi are a mother-daughter duo that is often looked over. However, in those few pages of the Bible, an amazing story of strength, honor, courage, and love unfolds.   “Life is either a daring adventure or nothing at all.” ~ Hellen Keller Two Fierce Women Ruth and Naomi face a series of losses in such a short time. Naomi’s husband and two sons die, including Ruth’s husband. Leaving Naomi, Ruth, and Orpah (Naomi’s daughter-in-law) to fend for themselves. Naomi told her daughters-in-law to…

  • The Road to Turn Good Intentions into an Intentional Life

    Living with good intentions. Is that enough? Have we been put on this earth just to live with our good intentions and accept whatever the outcome happens to be? I say no, living with good intentions is not enough. We were all created in His image. Jesus never said, “well, I tried.” He did what God commanded him and saved the world. There were no excuses to be had. No emergency exits taken. When Good Intentions Go Bad It is so easy to let those good intentions go to the wayside without intentionality. Answer these three questions: What are your dreams? What are you called to do? What are your struggles? Too often…

  • Witnessing the Bold Faith of My Little Boy

    Do you ever have those moments when your child completely shocks you out of nowhere?  My son, Connor, is getting better at that with every passing day. In these moments I am usually shocked but also extremely proud. Connor was in an evaluation for a therapy opportunity he has coming up. He was doing well. He was answering all the questions to the evaluator’s satisfaction until one question came up. Connor was asked to draw a square. Now I have no clue what it was about a square that brought Jesus to the mind of my sweet little boy. But there was something about that a square that reminded Connor of…

  • Is life a series of countdowns?

    Time. We don’t have enough of it. We don’t use it wisely. And before we know it time flies by. At least that is how it feels to me. The Question So I ask you, is life a series of countdowns? Are we too busy looking to the future to be in the now? I know, it’s heavy stuff. (I hope you’ve had your caffeine today). I was thinking about this when my husband and I were talking about the future of our children this week. We all think about these things, right? That’s not to say we shouldn’t dream or have goals, I am just suggesting that we shouldn’t just be…

  • When Life Hands You Lemons

    When life gets you down sometimes it’s hard to get right back up. Being a mom and a wife is not always as glamorous as the black and white 50’s movies make it look. We all know that. I have had many people ask me how I keep going when life hands me lemons. The best way I know how to handle lemons in life is to pray, continually count my blessings, try my best to remember that God has the master plan, and finally to remember that God uses tough seasons in life to mold us into the people He has called us to be. There is power in…

  • Fight against Pornography, Supportive wife, Proverbs 31 wife

    To the Wife Facing a Monster

    Just to warn you all, this is an extremely candid post about a season of my life that I walked through with my husband about a year ago. I wrote this with my husband’s permission. My goal in writing this is to encourage other wives. Enjoy. Today an “On this Day” memory from a year ago popped up on my Facebook. Ok, so normally this is a feature of Facebook that I love. Let me just say today I found myself not lovin’ it. To the outside world, it was a normal Facebook post about my family visiting the park. To me, it was a post of what could have…

  • The Truth About Facing Anxiety As A Christian

    Can we get real for a second? Do you mind if you do? Being a parent is the most rewarding title any person can ever be blessed with. I think we can all agree on that. However, that doesn’t mean that there aren’t times of struggle and sadness. In fact, there are times of struggle and sadness in every season of life, whether you are married with kids living the “American Dream”, a single woman, a young child, a teenager, a single man, or a single parent. The Bible promises that in this life we will have struggles. The Bible says, “In this world, you will have trouble, but take…

  • Values I Cherish

    Values that a person cherishes speaks volumes to the person they are and the character they poses. I think everyone can agree on that. The values I hold true are straight from the word of God. The fruits of the Spirit guides my life. The fruits of the Spirit are love, joy, peace, patience, kindness, and self-control. These are the “fruits” that I use as a compass for my values. Love I love my Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. And I love others (my family and friends) because He (Jesus) first loved me. I serve Him by loving and caring for my family. He loved me so much that he…

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