How I Made Peace with the Proverbs 31 Woman #WordWednesday

This week our Bite of Bread reading plan is about “worth”. It’s a great study on what is of great worth to God which helps us navigate what should be valuable to us. One of the verses is Proverbs 31:10. “A wife of noble character who can find? She is worth far more than rubies.” … Continue reading “How I Made Peace with the Proverbs 31 Woman #WordWednesday”

Word Wednesday: I’ve Never Liked the Proverbs 31 Woman/ Chayil

Do you know her? She’s perfect. Perfect. In case you don’t know her, let me introduce you. Here she is: (Proverbs 31: 10-31) [b]A wife of noble character who can find?     She is worth far more than rubies. 11 Her husband has full confidence in her     and lacks nothing of value. 12 She brings him good, not … Continue reading “Word Wednesday: I’ve Never Liked the Proverbs 31 Woman/ Chayil”

Why Would God Allow a Pandemic? The Answer is Found in Easter

This year, like all of you, I will worship on Easter via Facebook, and I’ll spend the day with my hubby and Hank the cat instead of a houseful of young adults and friends. It’s tempting to let Easter 2020 slip by as another Sunday on the calendar, but let’s not. Let’s make Easter special … Continue reading “Why Would God Allow a Pandemic? The Answer is Found in Easter”

What God Values (You)

Do you struggle with worth and value? It’s a terrible feeling. I think it’s one of the greatest lies of the enemy of our souls—the lie that we aren’t valuable. I’ve struggled with it for years, especially when I was a stay-at-home mom. The world values talent, beauty, money, and success, and if we don’t … Continue reading “What God Values (You)”

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I Want to Be Like Ruth When I Grow Up

Working through the Ruth Bible Study this week I realized that I want to be like Ruth. It’s not the romance (which I think we place in the story much more than what really happened). I want to be like Ruth because of how she lived and loved sacrificially. It seems that very little she … Continue reading “I Want to Be Like Ruth When I Grow Up”

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