Women Blog Posts

Dear Church Employees | A Blog Series

You and me, we know ministry is not a 9-5 kind of job. It will often go home with you and we don't do it for the money. It's stressful, taxing and sometimes there are no end results due to the revolving door of people. There may even be moments when we wish we could just "not care" anymore. It's in our weakest moments that we dream of an "off" switch to the constant need for ministry.

You Are Celebrated! {Happy International Women's Day}

Some inspiring quotes to commemorate the day and the women in our lives.

How Fasting Teaches Us to Refine Our Tastes

You can learn a lot about a person by what happens when he or she chooses to “go without.” This is what I’m learning these first few weeks of my Lenten fast from all things snacky and salty.

Dear Pastor's Wives | Blog Series | You are Good Enough

You are one of the few types of wives that assume more than just your husband's last name. Similar to the First Lady, you obtain an unspoken role of leadership in your church. Some of you thrive in this role and others of you fear it. Or maybe you do both, like me.

Finish Well

Seasons come and seasons go but the faithfulness of our God equips us to finish well.

Why Your Marriage Needs A Checklist

How can a humble checklist make a difference in your marriage?

  • Dr. Ann @ Coaching with Dr. Ann |
  • March 06, 2012 |
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Dear Church | Blog Series

As a 24 year old, almost college graduate with very little authority in the grand scheme of world issues, the Church is one thing I can speak to.

Dear Pastors | Blog Series

You stimulate change. That's your goal. It's what you've been called to do by God. Your position is one of pressure and divine dependance.

Dear Church Attenders | Blog Series

As the first song begins to play, you can't hear what the worship leader is saying because the guilt and shame and baggage of your week is loudly clashing and clanging around your mind.

What Hinders You?

If you have came to an impasse with more faith questions than answers, you’re not alone.

The Truth About My Inadequacies: A Lesson from the Bible

The people here were saddened by the inadequacy of what they were building. They wanted it to be more—more beautiful, more grand, more worthy of being the Lord’s house. But the Lord steps in and reminds them that that isn’t what this is all about. It isn’t about the grandeur of how it appears, but about the grandeur of the Lord himself.

  • Carmen at Life Blessons |
  • March 05, 2012 |
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Upcoming Blog Series // Letters to Various People in the Church

Entering and exiting the building doesn't determine when we put on or take off our identity as "the Church." As one who has entrusted their life in the risen Jesus Christ, you and I are the Church at all times, in all places.

When Grace Stirs Up the Dust

On Ash Wednesday, they got my order wrong at Starbucks. And I received an unexpected lesson about grace.

Top 10 February Posts from The Girl That Sings

Here are your Top 10 Favorite posts from over at The Girl that Sings. Bring it on March!

One positive step almost everyone should take in their marriage.

Of all the things one woman did to improve her marriage, this emerged at the top of the heap.

  • Dr. Ann @ Coaching with Dr. Ann |
  • March 01, 2012 |
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Being Willing to Serve

The church we attend is a small-ish size church, humble with a couple hundred members who meet together week after week. One of the things that comes with going to a smaller church is that everyone ends up needing to pitch in, plug the holes to keep the church afloat… Whether those holes look appealing or not.

  • Carmen at Life Blessons |
  • February 29, 2012 |
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How I Learned To Speak My Husband's Secret Language

Do you ever wish your husband would just talk more? Here's how to find out what he may already be saying.

  • Dr. Ann @ Coaching with Dr. Ann |
  • February 27, 2012 |
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Humans Are NOT 4 SALE

Girls as young as 7-9 are being forced to have sex as much as 50 times a day (every 15 minutes for 12 hours). This trade brings in over $32,000,000,000 a year (2nd in the world, only to drugs)

  • Julianna Morlet |
  • February 27, 2012 |
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Learning About God's Loyalty, Firsthand

I carry the reminders and the fruits of that experience with me today, for the times when those pesky questions persist: Can I really trust Him to deliver me this time? How is this going to work? In those inevitable moments, I look back on this milestone and remember to trust that God is at work, prepping the landscape of my future and waiting for me to step forward in faith and sow. I remember the unwavering loyalty He has shown me, firsthand.

  • Carmen at Life Blessons |
  • February 27, 2012 |
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10 Things Your Heart Needs to Hear You Say

Sometimes our hearts need a little encouragement. Just to make sure we're normal.

  • Julianna Morlet |
  • February 26, 2012 |
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Example: "Gen 1:1" "John 3" "Moses" "trust"
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