Hello there! I’m excited to share this relatable, practical guest post by Bible study blogger Hallie Liening. Her mission to equip women to read the Word is dear to my own heart, and I hope you find her tips helpful. There is so much to be known about our incredible God in His Word, so […]
“For his anger is but for a moment, and his favor is for a lifetime. Weeping may tarry for the night, but joy comes with the morning.” Psalm 30:5 There’s a pristine peace and sacred quality to dawn. As the sunrise slowly pours forth light, I always welcome its sense of renewal, the promise of […]
I am so honored to have my fellow blogger Bailey Suzio from The Thin Place sharing this week. The following is an excerpt from her upcoming Advent devotional, “His Name Shall Be Called.” Click here to sign-up to receive a personal copy of the ebook upon its release! When the birth of Jesus was announced to […]
Christmas can either be a hectic time of year, or as the classic carol says, “the most wonderful.” What is the difference between the two? How can we take hold of its joy? The one word answer is worship. In the midst of decorating, baking, wrapping presents, and more, we can have a heart stilled […]
This week I’m delighted to share the very first guest post on Free Indeed, written by my dear blogging friend Julie Loos at unmaskingthemess.com. Her posts always have heartfelt stories, practical wisdom, and genuineness that I really appreciate. In this article she encourages us to recognize the worth we have in Christ. When we truly […]
When I think of Jesus, I automatically call Him Lord. We address Him with such reverence because He is King of our lives—worthy of everything we have and do (Revelation 19:16). But that’s not all He is. In John 15 Jesus clearly calls the disciples—and by extension us—his friends. In a brilliant dynamic, Christ is […]
As busy moms, we can fly through our to-do list without pausing to reflect on its heavenly purpose. Here’s a look at 7 amazing promises from Jesus in Revelation that give higher meaning to our motherly call.