Category Archives: Wholesome Womanhood

Living in the Moment

“Do not boast about tomorrow, for you do not know what a day may bring forth.” Proverbs 27:1 Choosing to live fully in the moment…choosing to always be fully there throughout the day…choosing to practically show my children that they … Continue reading

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Showing Love

1 Corinthians 13 is commonly known as the “Love” chapter of the Bible. As I read the chapter, I began to wonder how often I truly show my boys that I love them. There is no doubt, not even a … Continue reading

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Five Practical Steps Toward Forgiveness

A friend and I were recently talking about forgiveness. More specifically, we were talking about how to forgive. It’s easy to talk about forgiveness. Scripture is clear about the commands to forgive those who have wronged us. ” . . … Continue reading

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Lord, Help Me to Decrease

“He must increase, but I must decrease.” John 3:30 It was strange how God seemed to bring up the same lesson to me over the course of several weeks using different people. When three different people mentioned the same thing, … Continue reading

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Replenish Your Soul (GIVEAWAY CLOSED)

In less than two weeks, At the Well’s first online marriage conference is beginning. I have so enjoyed getting to know Ashley as we’ve worked together on the Accountability Ministry. It is so obvious that Ashley’s desire is to encourage her … Continue reading

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Best of Wholesome Womanhood

We have been blogging here for two years and a lot of our content has gotten lost in the archives. So here are some of our favorite posts from the last couple of years… 1. My Mission Field – My … Continue reading

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Disney Princesses

I have been troubled by the recent rash of Christian books for Christian women and young women that place a great deal of emphasis on their royal position as children of the King. It seems like quite a few books … Continue reading

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