Dear woman, do you feel lost, without purpose, burdened by shame or guilt? Read on to discover how Jesus redeems and restores all things, including you.
Wondering how to do a plant based diet right? You’re in luck. This ultimate beginners guide has everything you need. From a plant based food list to meal plans…we’ve left nothing out.
You’ve likely heard Eve’s temptation story in Genesis but have you explored why God put this story in the Bible? If you’re a woman bearing God’s image, read more and learn about having a healthy view of self from Eve’s temptation story.
It’s January and if you’re like most people, you’re on a diet. The one you chose was likely determined by what your friends are doing, what’s getting the most advertising dollars, what you’ve lost a little weight with before, or the diet you’ve never tried and are hoping will finally result in weight loss. For you, the ketogenic diet might have ticked all those boxes. But have you wondered if there’s a right way to do a ketogenic diet? As a nutritionist, people ask me that question a lot. And while my answer goes against the grain, it’s the only healthy way to do a keto diet. So today I’m going to answer that question and leave you with a solid foundation for doing keto the right way.
What does it mean to be a woman who bears God’s image? Your purpose as a woman of God is tied directly to being God’s image bearer. Open God’s Word with us as we explore women’s God given purpose and how that translates to the world we live in today. Dear woman, you are God’s image bearer and you have an amazing purpose.
Most anyone who’s ever tried dieting knows diets don’t work. But it’s January, and if you’re like most people losing weight was one of your resolutions. Instead of trying yet another new diet, have you ever considered why they don’t work? Today we’re going to look at some diet research to answer the “why don’t diets work” question. We’ll also explore an idea that might be new to you – the idea of set point weight. The things that researchers have found about why diets fail may not surprise you, but the 7 “no-diet” steps that actually work for weight loss might.
It’s January 1st, and the turning of the calendar stirs in our hearts a desire for change. As women, that desire is often linked to changing our appearance and because of that, we wanted to go back to the beginning and look at what it means to be God’s image bearer. Even if you aren’t setting a resolution today, at one point in your life you’ve probably set a goal to lose 20 pounds, learn how to apply your makeup, eat healthier, or go to the gym more. We’re women, we do this. We look in the mirror, and all too-often, we long for something different than the image reflected back at us. So in a world obsessed with image, it’s time we ask the question: Why? Why do we tie up so much of our value and worth in our appearance? This new year, we’re going to answer that question.
It probably won’t surprise you that US News & World Report determined 88% of New Year’s resolutions fail by mid-February. It’s also no surprise that the most common resolution is weight loss. Because resolutions have such a ridiculous failure rate we’re going to explore how to create Godly New Year’s resolutions you can successfully stick to. We’ll look at one of the most important keys to successful New Year’s resolutions and then, resolution setting steps you’ve likely not considered. If you’re ready to make this the year you see your resolutions through to completion, keep reading.