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Latest Posts from Amanda Walker

Trade the Mirage of Lies for the Message of Truth

A few nights ago, my husband and I watched the movie, A Wrinkle in Time, which is based on a book by the same title. I, unlike my husband, have not read the book. So, I wasn’t sure what to expect. Though, at times, I found it to be a litt... Read More »

The Hurry-Free Life

This summer was a unique, but amazing, one for our family. Our church blessed my husband and me with a two-month sabbatical, which we enjoyed to the fullest. Instead of spending it in our hometown, we decided to take our seven, six, and two... Read More »

Cultivating Your Child’s Personality As God Created It To Be

The moment you find out you are pregnant, the dreams begin. You love to shop, so of course, your daughter will love to shop. You were a star athlete, so you envision your daughter as the next collegiate basketball superstar. Your husband is... Read More »

Guarding Your Heart…On Purpose

Amanda, how do I guard my heart in a world that wants to rip me apart? This is the question that has been asked of me several times this month. A few years ago my husband and I began the Every Man’s/Woman’s Battle with our college group... Read More »

How I Recognized And Repented Of My Own Racial Prejudice

Over the last few years, there have been numerous articles, books, sermons, and conferences on racial reconciliation from a Christian worldview. And they’ve called to my mind some of the things that God has taught me personally about ... Read More »

Six Habits Younger Women Need Older Women To Teach Them

Women, both young and old, are seeking someone to come alongside them and show them how to live a life of godliness in a very ungodly world.  Over the last several months, God has allowed me to do some research on Titus 2, and I have begun... Read More »

Enduring the Discipline

The past eight months have been a challenge for me. During my years in college and the sequential years following, I took up running as my form of stress relief. I loved it. I got up early, put on my running shoes, and got in at least 4 mil... Read More »

We All Begin In The Dirt: What Butterflies Can Teach You About Life in Christ

For my oldest daughter’s birthday, my sister-in-love, a preschool teacher, decided to forgo the usual gifts of princesses, baby dolls, or crafts, and instead get Makaylan a Live Butterfly Adventure. A few days later we received a package... Read More »

Trusting God in the Middle of the Mundane

I’m a mom of three amazing kiddos, which means most of what I do is considered mundane. Just this morning I fed three little mouths, fixed two beautiful girls’ hair, got those two girls and a husband off to school/work, wiped a snotty n... Read More »

3 Prayers for My Children This School Year

This is a big year for me. It marks the official end of my girls’ preschool years and the beginning of a new season in our family’s life. Tomorrow morning I will send my oldest daughter off to 1st grade, while my second daughter waits u... Read More »