Wednesday Word for Women

He’ll do it again and again and again!

Take a look at this picture.  I promise it isn't just a random blurry set of pixels taking up space. This is me, Amanda, in early November of 2015.  Looking closer, ever so closer, you can see the start of something so precious, so beautiful.  You see, right in the...

Oh, how He loves us!

Written By:  Amanda O'Reilly who attends Oasis Church of the New River Valley and sings with Reverb Worship.  Find more of here writing here: www.musingmojo.wordpress.com or  follow her here: www.facebook.com/aoreilly2 He is jealous?...

Balance

thoughts from Teresa Martin: As a woman who works full time, volunteers her time and tends to a family as well as trying to remain a good friend... I realize that I struggle with finding balance.  My to-do list is NEVER done.  Is yours?  Do you also...

3 Benefits of God’s Waiting Room

We as human beings are likely one of the most impatient creatures of all.  As Americans in our culture we are continually being taught that we don't need to wait.  Everything is becoming faster and more instantaneous.  Remember film cameras?  It’s...

Finding Faith in the Dark

Shared post from Proverbs 31 Ministry.  Writer Glynnis Whitwer shares about feeling “betrayed” and how Jesus always brings us hope.  From the blog: A friend once told me, “Don’t doubt in the dark what you know to be true in the light.” Faith truly...

Women in Society: The Challenge and the Call

Today's shared blog post comes from Crossway.org. There is much to be said these days about women and the role they play within our culture and society. Many women these days have added to their roles in and outside of the home.  This post talks about where...

How Women Can Disciple Younger Women

How Women Can Disciple Younger Women

How should you disciple young women? That’s a great question.  Today's shared blog post comes from Crossway.org and mentions looking at 1 Thessalonians 2:1-12, where Paul’s methodology for discipling is explained. “In verses 2 and 8-9 Paul tells us about his...

10 Disciplines of a Godly Woman

10 Disciplines of a Godly Woman

Today’s shared blog post for#WednesdayWordForWomen come from Crossway.org and is adapted from the tract "10 Disciplines of a Godly Woman" by Barbara Hughes. Train Yourself for Godliness Discipline seems like a hard word, but discipline is your lifeline,...

The Resilient Service of Jesus and Mothers

The Resilient Service of Jesus and Mothers

Sharing this gem today for #WednesdaysWordForWomen.  The excerpt comes from Long Days of Small Things: Motherhood as a Spiritual Discipline by Catherine McNiel. Read the first chapter for free here. Check out the latest from Catherine at...

Love Your Husband Intentionally

Love Your Husband Intentionally

Shared Blog from Kathi Lipp, author of 17 books, speaker, and host of Clutter Free Academy the Podcast. It's Wednesday, so that means it's time for #WednesdaysWordForWomen.  🙂  And while this post is for women, it's for women who want to be the...

Don’t Let a Bad Attitude Rule Your Life

Don’t Let a Bad Attitude Rule Your Life

Today's #WordForWomen is shared from a devotion on Proverbs31.org.  Here's an excerpt: Can I be honest? The last thing I felt like doing was considering all of my troubles “an opportunity for great joy.” I couldn’t help but wonder: Seriously, God? How is that...

Faith, Hope and Life Lessons

Faith, Hope and Life Lessons

Faith is defined as "a complete trust or confidence in someone or something; a strong belief in God or in the doctrines of a religion, based on spiritual understanding rather than proof."  We often hear people question, "Well, if God's so real, then why...