I’m not sure where the church got this idea that a woman (or man) must stay in an abusive marriage. I don’t know how scripture can be so twisted and manipulated
Today's post is a two-part series by my friend, Samantha Ferguson. She's an amazing single mama and photographer in Birmingham, Alabama. If you are looking for someone to take some great family photos, make sure you check out His Hands Photography. I was researching a few months ago about encouraging things to say to… Continue reading 11 Promises for the Single Mom
Today I have a special guest post by my friend and fellow BLAST participant Robin Nordhues. Robin is a speaker, blogger and workshop leader with a passion for connecting women to God and each other. A Bible Study teacher and independent business leader for over 15 years, Robin strives to discuss contemporary issues with women… Continue reading What Happens When Women are Addicted to Porn
I'm taking a little break this week...not really by choice. My "thorn in the flesh" has decided to rear it's ugly head this week, and I can't seem to think straight. I promise to tell you more about that later. I decided to take the opportunity to share the story of my friend, Chris. If… Continue reading My Chains Are Gone
I am nearing completion of my book manuscript. How exciting is that? As I pray through each chapter, I can only ask that God will use my words to bring hope to hurting people around the world. I pray that those walking through the pain and devastation of adultery and divorce find practical steps to… Continue reading Help Wanted!!
I promise that I have heard it all. Nothing shocks me any more. But, here is a story told by a very brave survivor, one fighting for her faith and her future. Keep my sweet friend in your prayers as she walks courageously forward. ************************ I was the kid in school that everyone knew as… Continue reading When Your Husband Isn’t Who You Think He Is
The phone rang. Phone calls are ordinary events that happen in our lives every day, several times a day. I grew up in a time where our family had a party line, where you had to count the number of rings to see if it was for your family and even if it was not… Continue reading Kent’s Story: A Single Phone Call