Photo by israel palacio on Unsplash If anyone thinks he is religious and does not bridle his tongue but deceives his heart, this person’s religion is worthless. James 1:26 A woman inspired me with her story earlier this week. I’d love to invite us ALL to do a fast similar to the one she decided to do.… Continue reading Join Me for a 21 Day Fast from Negative Words!
Photo by Laura Ockel on Unsplash Valentine’s Day is coming up, ladies! With all the pressure and expectations that come along with it for all of us – whether we are in a relationship or not. Our Worth Is Not Wrapped up in This One Day Sometimes, we may be tempted to judge our worth… Continue reading Contentment on Valentine’s Day Is Possible!
Photo by Seth Macey on Unsplash Almost every woman experiences this at some point or another with her boyfriend, fiance, or husband. Your man is busy with other things and you really want to connect with him. Sometimes he may not have a choice about how busy he is due to work, a crisis, an… Continue reading “My Man Doesn’t Spend Enough Time with Me!”
Photo by Priscilla Du Preez on Unsplash A cheerful heart is good medicine. Prov. 17:22 My husband, Greg, has always known how to make me laugh. Ever since the night we first met when I was 15 and he was 16. His sense of humor and wit were some of the things that attracted me… Continue reading Humor Builds Relationships and Attraction
We can’t possibly have God’s supernatural peace if we cling to bitterness. It is God’s will that all of His children be completely free from this snare. Definition of Bitterness – from www.gotquestions.org: Bitterness is resentful cynicism that results in an intense antagonism or hostility toward others… Bitterness refers to a mental or emotional state that… Continue reading Bitterness Is Deadly Poison
Photo by Chris Karidis on Unsplash This verse below is about married women, but it applies to single women in relationships, as well. In every relationship, we are either building up or tearing down. We are either speaking death or speaking life. Here, I am specifically writing for women who desire to follow Christ wholeheartedly… Continue reading 21 Ways to Destroy Trust in Your Relationship
Photo by Warren Wong on Unsplash Just as a reminder, there are certain things that are attractive to godly men and certain things that are unattractive to them. Some things are general and apply to all men who are sincerely following Christ as Lord. Some things are more individual. Today, let’s imagine a scenario where… Continue reading 21 Tips – When You Would Like a Certain Guy to Ask You Out
Some women think terrible things about God and His relationship with women today. They’ll say things like: God hates women. The Bible is misogynistic. God created women to be inferior to men. Men are more important than women to God. If that was the kind of God we had, I could understand why a lot… Continue reading Does the Bible Teach That Women Are Inferior to Men?
Recently, I drove my husband’s old 1997 Honda to work and everything was fine that morning. But when I was ready to leave the pharmacy at 6:00pm, the engine wouldn’t start. Bummer! That is life sometimes, isn’t it? An unexpected trial comes out of nowhere. How will I handle it? Seems like this has been… Continue reading “Honey… I’m Stranded at Work!”
Note – Whenever I talk about dating/courting on my site, I am writing for women who love Jesus Christ wholeheartedly and want to live under His Lordship. And I am writing for those who date men (if they choose to date/court) who want to live wholeheartedly for Jesus, as well. For a professing Christian, God… Continue reading 6 Reasons NOT to Criticize His Family
Photo by Anna Demianenko on Unsplash From a teenage girl (now a 9th grader) who is a believer in Christ – with her permission and her parents’ permission. I so appreciate them allowing me to share her testimony. I’m very excited to see all that the Lord will continue to do in her life! I have really… Continue reading A Teen Girl Overcomes the Snare of Lying
Photo by Christopher Harris on Unsplash I love to take real-life situations and seek to approach them biblically. God has given us a LOT of instruction, help, and wisdom to use in times of conflict in almost any situation. As we learn to look to Him and His Word for biblical principles, and as… Continue reading “My Future Husband Wants Me to Move!”
We are continuing a series that started earlier this winter: The Pain That Pushes Us to Try to Control The Cure for My Compulsion to Control – Part 1 Once I see that God is God and I am not and I begin to rebuild my thinking on His Word and truth alone, I am… Continue reading Curing My Compulsion to Control – Part 2
Photo by iAlicante Mediterranean Homes on Unsplash In marriage, withholding sex IS a sin. First, let’s define “withholding sex” so that we are on the same page. Withholding sex would mean – I purposely won’t have sex with my husband when I am actually able to. In that moment, he would like to have… Continue reading Is Withholding Sex Before Marriage a Sin?
My latest skit video on Youtube. This one is about 6 minutes. First I share some destructive approaches to trying to get our men to give us more attention. This was the old me. These were the things I did for a long time, not realizing how much I was sabotaging the very intimacy I… Continue reading Stop Watching Football and Spend Time with Me! – SKIT
Me in 2005 – 3 years before God opened my eyes MY OLD WAYS Ugh. This describes me for so long in our relationship. I would often decide we had an issue. I would think nonstop about it all day – determining all the questions I would ask Greg so I could verbally nail him… Continue reading Am I His Prosecuting Attorney?
Ladies, This is another one of those topics where the key is balance. It is entirely possible to be way too talkative. It is also entirely possible to be way too quiet. Of course, what you talk about or avoid talking about also matters. When there are many words, sin is unavoidable, but the one… Continue reading Am I “Too Chatty” with My Guy?
Photo by Priscilla Du Preez on Unsplash From a precious single Christian woman in her 30s who has written guest posts for me before – this is what it looks like to date a man without idolizing him as you put the Lord first: I find myself in a new place in life… dating! Conversations are… Continue reading The Peaceful Girlfriend – by Lee Ann
I’m honored to welcome Radiant to share with us today. She has been married for almost 23 years and has several children. The Lord has radically healed her from pretty severe spiritual oppression and even physical illness. This sweet sister in Christ has had a very different road from my own. She had the opposite… Continue reading “Isn’t Respecting Myself Wrong and Selfish?” – by Radiant
For Part 1, please click on this link. These are some questions that you may want to discuss with your potential husband before marriage at some point. Probably not all at once! But maybe take a few questions at a time. If you are not yet engaged, I would suggest asking more general questions, not… Continue reading Questions to Discuss Before Marriage – Part 2