Women of Faith – New Year Sale

Women of Faith is having a BIG SALE right now to start off 2018 with a bang……. and I had to tell you guys about it! Everything in the store is an additional 20% off the currently advertised price until 11:59pm CST January 14th. Here are the nine products that I’m most excited about (broken … Continue Reading

My Favorite Planner for 2018

photography: Bryan Grayson   “Failing to plan is planning to fail.” – Ben Franklin If you’re looking to invest in a planner for 2018, I recommend the one I use. It’s my favorite planner on the market. You can read my full review on this post. Or if you need a last minute gift item, this … Continue Reading

Guest Blog: 40 Feet of Faith

I remember going to sleep each night my husband was away, just longing for his side of the bed to be warm. This was 2014.  Along with being a wife, I was the mother of a 3 yr old, 2 yr old, and a newborn. I knew my hardworking, Godly man was traveling frequently to … Continue Reading

A Grateful Heart and Mind (Even After the Holidays)

Maintaining a grateful heart is vital to a healthy lifestyle. Here are a few tips that help me stay grateful (not just in November) 😉   1). Get Outside Go for a walk during your lunch break. Play with your children at the park (try to put the phone down and be silly with them). … Continue Reading

Faithbox – A Monthly Christian Subscription Box

faithbox is honestly one of my favorite subscription boxes, because it radically improves my walk with God! When I come home to the little box sitting on my doormat, I get excited to see what surprises are inside! photography: Bryan Grayson   This month’s box came with these spiritual goodies: 1). A book and online study … Continue Reading

Guest Blog: My Name Is… Redeemed, What’s Yours?

My name is Elsa Christie Marley. Yes, Elsa, like in Frozen. Yes, Christie, as in follower of Christ. Marley, as in Bob Marley, but there is no relation. I know I already sound like a fictional character, but no, this is me and I want to share how God redeemed me. Unlike many in Cameroon, … Continue Reading

Guest Blog: My Life With Chronic Lyme Disease

I grew up in a Christian home, with loving parents and plenty of siblings. My days were full of energetic activities and socializing with many friends. I always received excellent grades in school. I was so blessed and I felt that my life was “perfect”. This all came to a crashing end one day when … Continue Reading

Let Your Light Shine

“You are the light of the world. A town built on a hill cannot be hidden. Neither do people light a lamp and put it under a bowl. Instead they put it on its stand and it gives light to everyone in the house. In the same way, let your light shine before others, that … Continue Reading

Guest Blog: Politics – Would Jesus Have Been A Republican?

Being raised in a conservative Christian home has had many wonderful benefits. I know a ton about the Bible, how to pray, how to lean on God through tough times and how to love others. However, a lot of the people who were around growing up were quick to align basic Christian principles with a … Continue Reading

Encouraging Your Spouse, Your Children, And Your World

Encouraging someone is to infuse courage in them by saying and doing things that build them up. Here are five tangible things you can do this week: openly speaking positively and loving to your spouse in front of your kids to model proper behavior telling a friend, co-worker, or acquaintance how awesome you think they are … Continue Reading