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How to Trade Control for Trust

Ever since Eve chose to eat the forbidden fruit in the Garden of Eden, women have struggled with a tendency to want to control their own lives and other people.

Seven Ways to Sense God's Presence

Do you ever feel like God just isn't there? Although our feelings tell us that at times, we shouldn't be driven by our emotions when it comes to our trust in God.

Help for Ministry Moms

You want to be fully there for your kids and you also want to model a life of service to others. How can you do both and still enjoy your life?

Be Subject to One Another

Ephesians chapter five isn’t only about marriage. In fact, it’s actually about the Church and being “imitators of God.”

To the Hurting Married Christian Woman: You Are Not Alone

Jesus has been with you, he is with you now, and he will be with you.

Independence... Is It Really a Good Thing?

In a day and age when independence is praised, I wonder if it's really a good thing when it comes to our relationship with God.

Struggles with Discontentment

“If your happiness comes from something you deposit, drive, drink or digest, then face it–you are in prison, the prison of want.”

To the Hurting Married Christian Woman: Don't Be Mad at God

I wanted to tell her that there is not one single thing she can do to change what happened to her, to change what she chose to do, to change how she was treated.

The Momma Hall of Fame

Raising children is Kingdom work. You cannot do it perfectly, but neither did the moms of the Bible, and we are still feeling the impact of their efforts.

Living a Life of Balance

The elusive balanced life has become harder than ever to achieve. As parents, demands on our time have become even greater. How do we learn to balance it all?

Jane Austen Guide to Life Yields Good Advice

Lori Smith taps into Jane Austen’s novels and mind and applies the best 18th century lessons for life in these modern times.

How I Silenced Sister Mary Critical

Do you have a voice inside your head that tells you you’re worthless at times? A tiny nagging whisper that eats away your self-esteem? You may not hear it all the time, but I’m willing to bet you know what I’m talking about.

To the Hurting Married Christian Woman: Why Women Stay

I met a woman this weekend who was married for over twenty-five years, whose divorce was finalized a year ago. She had many questions for me on getting through her divorce but the one that stood out the most to me was this: Why did God let me stay in my marriage so long?.

How to Hear God’s Voice (Even if You’re not a Mega Ministry Super Star)

Have you ever heard the audible voice of God speaking directly to you? If so, then I want to know your secret.

How Jane Austen's Spiritual Wisdom Can Guide Today's Women

Austen was a Christian whose faith is reflected in the spiritual lessons that her novels and the story of her life can teach readers today.

The Day I Understood God Would Never Leave

I believed as a young woman that if a relationship were to work, the two in love needed time away from each other.

The Global War on Baby Girls

Sometimes it takes a comedian to shock us with the truth -- especially when it comes to abortion.

Friendships and Family: How Nice Wrecks Your Relationships

False niceness can never and will never produce an authentic, deeply meaningful relationship, just like weeds won't magically produce zinnias.

Your Family is Your Ministry

In pursuing the elusive balanced life, many Christians find themselves pulled between two worlds -- that of their church and that of their home.

Why Is God Taking His Sweet Time?

The more I search the scriptures, the more I find that our God is a God of waiting. He takes His time to accomplish things, whether it be something we're hoping for, a change in an individual's life, or a significant event in history. God is apparently in no hurry.

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