A Woman’s Worth: More than What’s in the Mirror

I’m going to tell you a secret. Something I don’t share with too many people. Which is silly because it is impossible to hide. It is, by far, the biggest thing that keeps me from feeling worthy. Worthy of my calling, or my blessings, or my husband’s love. I’m fat. Those are hard words to […]

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Word Nerd Wednesday – Beatitudes

I’m excited to have my friend Misty Keith back again sharing what God is teaching her about the Beatitudes for this week’s Word Nerd Wednesday. ********* Beatitudes for Believers Have you ever noticed something being repeated or showing up again at different times in your life? You then stop, take note, and put it all […]

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Masterpiece Monday – Kaylyn Cobb

I’m excited to introduce you to Kaylyn Cobb and Green Fields Farm in Central Texas where she and her family have turned ranching into a MASTERPIECE vocation that glorifies God. I hope you’ll enjoy her story and shop their products. I met her at a local farmer’s market and bought the most delicious sausage I’ve […]

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A Woman’s Worth: More than My Messes

I grew up believing I was valuable to God if I was good. Which was great until I started making a bunch of MESSES. You see I was a rule follower, until I wasn’t. And then the whole foundation of my faith pretty much crumbled right before my eyes. Never Good Enough Yes, God wants […]

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Word Nerd Wednesday – Tabernacle

 My dear friend Hope joins us again for this week’s Word Nerd Wednesday and I just know you’re going to learn so much from her thorough research on a word we might tend to overlook as being a simple tent – Tabernacle. ********* mishkan (n. Hebrew) dwelling place, tent      from shakan or shaken […]

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A Woman’s Worth: More than My Mothering

For those of us in the stay-at-home-mom camp, there is a tendency to derive our worth from our mothering skills. We seek value and validation in how well we raise the children God has entrusted to us. We have even calculated a salary exceeding $100,000 based on a 94 hour work week for ourselves. Then, […]

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