The painting you see above was painted when I was about 20 years old, when I came to see that God was dwelling in my heart and driving out the darkness and shame bit by bit (...)
One morning I asked my husband, "Why do our kids yell so much?" He explained, "If you want them to be more peaceful, you must exemplify peace."
The virtuous woman is kind. She does not get involved in idle chatter. Her words carry weight. They are well-thought-out and she has enough sense to say things to build (...)
What does it mean to have the heart of your husband safely trusting in you? We can spoil his trust and confidence in us through our poor conduct and conversation.
Today, I get emails and phone calls from women who are utterly depressed. I finally figured out why. They are singing the same tune I sang those 10 years ago: "What about (...)
My real-life miracle! When my husband and I met he had no idea I was a scarred and broken young girl. But what could have been a depressing life turned into a glorious life (...)
I have no greater joy than to hear that my children walk in truth. 3 John 4