His Wisdom for Her World

Jessica Pigg

The Subtle Dangers of Social Media

By on January 26, 2017 in Christian Life with 4 Comments

Each day, we walk into a battlefield of comparison. From perfectly posed Instagram pictures to carefully worded Facebook posts, we compare our worst moments to the seemingly “best” moments of others. We scrutinize what our friends and other women are doing through a tiny filter of social media and belittle the work God is doing […]

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What’s Keeping You from Using Your God-Given Influence?

By on September 27, 2016 in Christian Life with 1 Comment

There she was. Sitting on a beige sofa in the middle of my living room. Let’s call her Ashley. Ashley had grown up in the church and is still a faithful member. She even serves in the women’s ministry. She is a loving wife, mother, and career-woman. From the outside, she had it all. However, […]

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Fostering Grace

By on August 11, 2016 in Family and Parenting with 1 Comment

Unqualified. Insecurity. Doubt. Fear. Those are the things that constantly loomed in my thoughts. Those words could define a number of things for you – for me, those words defined motherhood. In January, my husband and I embarked on an uphill journey through the Foster Care System. We have welcomed the late night phone calls asking […]

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The “Why” of Modesty

By on June 7, 2016 in Christian Life with 4 Comments

Modesty. It’s an out-of-style word that makes most people cringe, even in the Church. Debates about modesty have divided believers for years. But, no matter how long you search, there is not a list of do’s and don’ts in the Bible pertaining to modesty. There isn’t a skirt length or style listed for all Christian […]

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The Gospel, God’s Presence, and Your Kitchen Table

By on April 19, 2016 in Theology with 1 Comment

Have you ever conducted a biblical search on the word table? The first time the word table is used in the Bible is in Exodus 25. In this chapter, God gave Moses very detailed instructions about how the tabernacle was to be designed and furnished. After providing Moses with the blueprint for the ark of […]

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Staying Spiritually Hungry in 2016

By on January 5, 2016 in Christian Life with 4 Comments

Let’s be honest, January 1st can be the most intimidating day of the year. This is the day of starting, and starting can be scary. New habits, new resolutions, and new goals both stir in us a passion for more and better, and a fear that we will fail and not measure up. For a […]

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A Thanksgiving Worship Guide

By on November 24, 2015 in Holiday with 2 Comments

The Thessalonians were to practice prayer and giving thanks always, continuously, and in all circumstances. This threefold plan, given by Paul in 1 Thessalonians 5:16-18, was based on an understanding of the gospel and the sovereign hand of God over all of life’s circumstances. Below, is a family worship guide. This guide is designed to […]

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Life as a Pastor's Wife: Why Did I Sign Up for This?

By on October 13, 2015 in Ministry with 1 Comment

Do you ever wake up in ministry to ask yourself…Why? Why did I sign up for this? Why do people isolate me? Why do people not trust my husband? If we were all honest with ourselves, we would say that at some point or another, we have asked the “why” questions in ministry. Typically, we […]

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How to Avoid Ministry Burnout

By on September 24, 2015 in Ministry with 7 Comments

By the age of twenty, I was a young pastor’s wife thrown headfirst into the deep end of ministry. Although I knew what ministry entailed, I thought the difficult times wouldn’t come until at least ten years down the road. That was definitely not the case. In that first year of ministry, I had seen […]

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Theology of a Red Door

By on August 11, 2015 in Theology with 3 Comments

According to early American history, a red door signified that a home was welcoming. The red door was a way of communicating to tired travelers, traveling by horse and buggy, that this was a safe place to rest for the night and have a warm meal. In Scotland, homeowners would paint their front door red […]

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