“I wish my hair/smile/body looked like hers.” “I wish I had that big, beautifully decorated house.” “She seems to travel to the coolest places all the time. I wish I could afford that.” “Her family always looks so coordinated and picture perfect on her social media. Why can’t my family be like that?” “Why can’t my income be larger so I can have/do all the things she gets to?” “Her spouse is always so attentive and flirty towards her when we all get together. Why can’t my husband be more like hers?” “Why is it everyone has a man but … Continue reading Envy: A Dangerous “Friend”
I hope you read my last post about owning the power that is only found in submission. I pray that it helped clarify the biblical meaning of the word so that we can abandon the negative connotation the secular world has put on it. It is through not being responsible for everything at the top that allows women to fully be who we were created to be. Now, I would like to expand on those thoughts a little by diving into a woman’s role as the heart of the marriage and family. Proverbs 4:23 instructs us all to, “above all … Continue reading Embracing your role as the heart
Sometimes we women give Christian men a hard time when it comes to dating and relationships. To be fair, sometimes they deserve it. BUT how often have you stopped and thought about the huge amount of responsibility men carry? If I were to break off a single rib from two separate skeletons and put just the rib on the table along with a written description (NOT a picture) of the rib cage each bone came from, do you think you’d be able to match them correctly without additional help? Many men are out here seeking their rib but don’t know … Continue reading Cut Christian men some slack
I’m a child of God, mother of 3, a daughter, a sister, a friend, and an ex-wife. But that’s not all. I’m also an amateur photographer, professional voice talent, a writer, a producer, active laughter participant, and a former perfectionist. Even with all of that, that doesn’t fully describe me. I’ve always felt different. That has become especially noticeable in my dating life. When you date the woman who’s different, you can’t expect her to be measured against any other woman you’ve known. She’s not just unique in the fun ways or on occasion. This is who she genuinely is. … Continue reading Who am I?