His Wisdom for Her World

Jillian McNeely

Jillian McNeely is the wife of a sweet aspiring pastor, Travis, and the stay-at-home mom of two darling sons, Shiloh and Thaddeus. In addition to most of her domestic duties, some of Jillian’s favorite things to do include rehabbing furniture, eating sweets, and evoking nostalgia by watching Disney classics or antiquing. Even more, she delights in exhorting others, whether by word or song, and finds it especially meaningful to candidly share the experiences of her walk with God as a means of encouraging other women to seek, love, and obey Him more. In 2017, Jillian received her undergraduate degree in Biblical Studies at the L. R. Scarborough College at Southwestern.

How To Avoid Hiring Your TV as Your Babysitter

By on September 26, 2017 in Family and Parenting with 3 Comments

As a homemaker, I’ve embraced the responsibility of managing our home. This means that planning and prepping meals, maintaining a functional kitchen, staying on top of the laundry, deep cleaning toilets, etc., falls on me. As a stay-at-home mom, I’ve embraced the reality of daily chaos. This means that I’m somehow expected to do all […]

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The Gift of Praise to Our Mothers

By on May 11, 2017 in Family and Parenting with 1 Comment

“Her children rise up and call her blessed…” (Prov 31:28)   Now that I’m a mother, my heart stirs as I read this verse; it resonates with me. God teaches us in Proverbs 31:28-31 that the praise of others is a common reward given to the woman who strives to manage her home and engage […]

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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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An Introvert’s “Guide” for Building Community

By on September 6, 2016 in Christian Life with 2 Comments

Being someone who leans more towards the introverted end of the personality spectrum, I am especially grateful to God that He allowed me to marry an extrovert. Otherwise, as a friend once jokingly pointed out, my son might never see the light of day! My husband is the type of person who will eagerly wait […]

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When I Doubt My Decision To Be a Stay-At-Home-Mom

By on June 2, 2016 in Family and Parenting with 4 Comments

Y’all, I’m gonna be real… Being a fairly young, fairly new mom, the repercussions of my decision to primarily stay home from outside work to raise my son are still fresh to my heart. And there was a recent period of time where I really struggled to fully embrace God’s calling on my life to […]

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