His Wisdom for Her World

When Our Ministry Leaders Fail

By on March 23, 2017 in Christian Life, Ministry with 1 Comment

  …And then the news broke. Just in our own personal circles. It came out in little waves, and then big gushes, and then what felt like a tsunami. Another brother in ministry fell. A pastor stepping down for the sake of sin. Oh, how my heart just ached within me! I was more saddened […]

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Have You Been Eating Too Much Honey?

By on March 21, 2017 in Christian Life with 3 Comments

Proverbs 25:16 gives us this caution: “If you find honey, eat just enough— too much of it and you will vomit.” The principle behind Solomon’s advice in this verse is that over-indulgence, even of good things, will surely make us “sick.” It has become a respectable sin to over-indulge in things that bring us pleasure. With […]

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How Do You Pray?

By on March 16, 2017 in Faith with 1 Comment

Would that this is the prayer and heart cry of every woman that graces this post today! We encourage you ladies to read, reflect, ponder, and echo the words of this great Puritan prayer. Comments and encouragements are welcome below. God of My End, It is my greatest, noblest pleasure to be acquainted with Thee […]

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If Only We Realized …

By on March 14, 2017 in Faith with 0 Comments

If only we realized that this Almighty God is our Father through the Lord Jesus Christ. If only we realized that we are indeed His children and that whenever we pray it is like a child going to its father! He knows all about us; He knows our every need before we tell Him. As […]

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Celebrating Women

These 12 aspects of biblical womanhood are the counter-cultural convictions that guide us as we strive to live out His wisdom in our world.

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A Word to Us Waiting Ones

By on March 7, 2017 in Faith with 0 Comments

I waited patiently for the Lord. (Psalm 40:1) Waiting is much more difficult than walking, for waiting requires patience, and patience is a rare virtue. We enjoy knowing that God builds hedges around His people, when we look at the hedge from the aspect of protection. But when we see it growing higher and higher […]

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Looking for Satisfaction in all the Wrong Places

By on March 2, 2017 in Christian Life with 2 Comments

Something is Missing In 1988, the British pop band, Fine Young Cannibals, released the fifth single from their album, The Raw and the Crooked. The song, “I’m not Satisfied,” was a telling testimony of how earthly things will never truly bring satisfaction and contentment. These young, secular artists told the story of a man who finds life wanting—his […]

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Have We Complicated Discipleship?

By on February 28, 2017 in Ministry with 1 Comment

Simon, Andrew, James and John were among the first men Jesus called to follow Him and to be His disciples. Simon and Andrew were fishermen by trade, and might have known Jesus before their encounter by the Sea of Galilee. When Jesus called them to be fishers of men, they immediately left their business and accepted […]

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The Darkness and the Deep

By on February 23, 2017 in Uncategorized with 0 Comments

I heard this song the other day. Not a popular song by any means. Not written or sung by a Christian artist. And not even centered around the premise of any existence of or belief in God. But it caught my attention and over the last couple of days has become a great source of motivation […]

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Hanging Up Your Shoes

By on February 21, 2017 in Christian Life with 0 Comments

This past summer one of my college gals had the opportunity to work at a ministry which helps women come out of the sex industry. They have all sorts of avenues to assist these precious women, whether it be helping them gain a GED or providing a reputable job, all the while showing them the […]

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