If you’re ready to add meaning to your gift giving this guide will provide ideas galore. This year, we’re hoping to begin the switch as Christian women from buying consumer-oriented gifts, to buying Christmas gifts that are meaningful to the one receiving them and those of us giving them. Our guess is, you’re just as burnt out trying to buy meaningless Christmas gifts as you are receiving them! And guess what…
Priorities. How do you set them and how’s a Christian woman to know if she’s chosen the right priorities? In a world where so much clamores for our attention and time, priority setting is tough. As a woman of God there are two key priorities that have to rise to the top of your list. Why? Because they determine what your remaining priorities should be. We’re going to explore how priorities have been overtaken and how to place the most important ones back on top.
There’s a healthy sweet for the gluten free, vegan, low carb, paleo, refined sugar free, and anyone else on your list. We’ve rounded up all kinds of healthy sweets that are sure to bring a smile to everyone’s face.
“If you really want to make a friend, go to someone’s house and eat with him – the people who give you their food give you their heart.” This quote by Cesar Chavez embodies what Jesus teaches about meals. Meals are tangible experiences of grace the book of Luke is full of. The lessons in this post are sure to guide and equip you for every meal you provide, and are part of, this holiday season. What better Bible study for the holiday season than learning from the meals Jesus shared. Eating with Jesus shows that meals aren’t just about comfort and familiarity, they’re opportunities to put God first, serve, rely on God’s provision, and disciple.
We’ve done all the planning for you and compiled 27 Healthy Thanksgiving Recipes that are sure to please everyone at the dinner table. Paleo, Gluten free, Vegan, Whole 30, and regular ‘ol “eats anything” people are sure to find more than enough to eat when you plan your Thanksgiving meal around the recipes we’ve rounded up for you. Use this Thanksgiving Meal Planning Sheet to organize your meal and cook times.Then sit back, have a cup of tea, and relax for a minute before next week’s cooking begins.
Have you ever wondered if God thinks you’re beautiful? If you’re like most women you want to look and feel beautiful. But instead you spend your time thinking about the “don’ts” and the “have’s”. I don’t have a small waist, I have a big belly, have a big rear, have cellulite. Have you ever stopped and instead thanked God for the way you look before you’ve styled your hair, put on any make-up, or squeezed yourself into some spanx. True gratitude for every square inch of your body has been proven to change the way you think and feel about your appearance. It even changes the way you care for the amazingly beautiful you God created and the way you care for your body, will change your appearance. Because of this I’m going to show you why and how to write a gratitude letter to your body. Woman of God, life won’t be perfect because you’re thinner, prettier, or whatever it is you wish you were.
Have you ever wondered if God wants you to exercise? I mean really…does He even care if you’re physically active? I believe the answer to those questions are yes! Look in the mirror…do you see those muscles, the bendable joints, the bones? God put them all together perfectly because He knew women would need to be strong, flexible, and able to move quickly from one thing to the next. Exercise or being physically active, is not just good for women, it’s great. Because of that, this post will provide you with why and how much you need to exercise, plus 10 equipment free ways to move your body. There are so many ways you benefit when you choose to be mindful about moving your body. Guess what – it’s even possible to work exercise into your busy life.
Waiting…not something anyone likes or, for the most part, is very good at. Maybe you’re in a season where it feels like you’ve been waiting forever for God to do something. No matter what your waiting season looks like, this post has something for you. We’ll use David’s life, and the Psalms he wrote, as our guide for discovering what the Bible says about “waiting on the Lord” and how waiting benefits us. By the end of this Bible study style post I pray you’ll be able to do as it says in Isaiah 40:31.