When my husband and I decided to put a deposit down in March, for a family trip in December, we knew we were going to need to save money. And by saving, I mean more than just putting a few bucks back each month. We needed to tighten our purse strings, and I mean that … Continue reading Strive to Save
From the mouths of babes. Have you ever heard that saying? It’s a common southern idiom meaning children can speak words of wisdom, despite their age. The idiom itself was derived from the Bible.
Here are a few scripture-based Valentine’s Day cards for those you love!
The central characters of Ruth prove love is best expressed in actions rather than words. This is a characteristic of God we frequently see. He does not like to just say He loves us; He shows us His love.
Last week on the blog, I posted Moving Beyond the Bible Checklist. Thank you for the comments, likes, and shares on that piece! What a blessing to see those responses! I wanted to talk about one of the approaches discussed in that post. I mentioned using small spiral notebooks to categorize certain scriptures. These notebooks have really helped me mature in my Bible literacy and application. I would like to show you what they look like and explain how I create and use them. Maybe, then, we can be using these notebooks filled with truth together, on our journey of striving to be godly women.
I stepped out my door to streaks of living color crossing the sky. The night’s palette had included pale and vibrant shades of yellow, smiling behind large billowing clouds. Touches of blue had befriended the edges of the yellow casts, creating a blend of new colors that I am certain I had not yet seen … Continue reading Sunsets & Scripture