Category Archives: Biblical Womanhood

When Mother’s Day is Painful

I know I’m supposed to be taking a blog break right now but I can’t NOT post on Mother’s Day. The reason I can’t stay is away is not because I need to wish mothers a wonderful day and tell … Continue reading

Posted in Biblical Womanhood, Holidays, Infertility, Sanctification, Suffering | Tagged , , , , | 1 Comment

A Change of Tone

I was talking to a friend recently about my blog. He mentioned it’s been neat to see the change of tone here reflecting the change of tone in my life. I kept thinking about that phrase after he said it … Continue reading

Posted in Adoption, Biblical Womanhood, Infertility, Motherhood, Our Son, Outpouring of Grace, Sanctification, Suffering | Tagged , , | 6 Comments

Margin: Creating Space in a Busy Home and Heart

One of the biggest things that has changed since becoming a parent is the amount of margin in my life. This is something I’ve been learning about the past year or so and wrote a few blog posts on rest … Continue reading

Posted in Biblical Womanhood, Motherhood, Sanctification | Tagged , , | 2 Comments

Natural Organization… Or Not

One recent thing I have learned about myself is that I am not a naturally organized person. Honestly, I like to think of myself that way. It sounds so nice doesn’t it? But the thing is, I’m an organized person … Continue reading

Posted in Biblical Womanhood, Domesticity, Home Management, Organization, Sanctification | Tagged , , , , , , | 4 Comments

Quieting the House, My Heart and My Life

I finally got around to taking down my summer decorating and putting up the autumn ones. In the midst of this, there’s a decoration free moment – an empty mantle, pillow-less couches, a long, bare table – what my favorite … Continue reading

Posted in Biblical Womanhood, Decorating, Domesticity, Jesus, Sanctification | Tagged , , , | Leave a comment

Take the Dang Compliment

This may seem like a silly thing, but one of my biggest pet peeves is when you compliment someone and they downplay it. “Your house is so beautiful!” Response – “Oh it’s a complete mess right now. I need to … Continue reading

Posted in Biblical Womanhood | Tagged | 2 Comments

On Flops and Failures

Baking is my favorite hobby. Because of that, I do it A LOT. I make a few recipes that are to die for. And I’ve made more than a few recipes that were not great… and some that were just … Continue reading

Posted in Biblical Womanhood, Domesticity, Infertility, Sanctification | Tagged , , , , | 3 Comments

Resources on Singleness

Yesterday I wrote a bit about singleness. If you’re struggling through this season, know that I think about you a lot. I pray for you. I connect with you over those unmet desires, the desire to serve God in the … Continue reading

Posted in Biblical Womanhood, Resources, Sanctification, Suffering | Tagged , | Leave a comment

On Singleness

I realize I may be an unlikely person to talk about singleness. I met my husband in high school and – although he was my first boyfriend at 17 years old, it would be ridiculous for me to say I … Continue reading

Posted in Biblical Womanhood, Sanctification, Suffering | Tagged , | Leave a comment

Imperfectly Beautiful

In our world of social media it’s easy to see only what someone portrays. On Facebook, we put up the most attractive pictures of ourselves where we look 20 pounds thinner and comment on the cool things we’re doing with … Continue reading

Posted in Biblical Womanhood, Decorating, Sanctification | Tagged , , | 11 Comments