Posts in Womanhood
Character Study: Rahab

I see that she was tired of things being the way they had always been, that she was terrified of what the future held, and that she chose to believe that a different life was possible, that she could get out of these less than ideal circumstances. And as a result, I see that her obedience paid off, not only for her and her family in the moment, but for generation after generation, all the way to you and me.

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Dear Single Ladies

There are seasons and life paths and decisions and goals and preferences, all unique and specific for everyone. None are more or less important than the other, no one is falling behind because they haven’t checked off all the boxes. And every season can be enjoyed and teach you valuable lessons. 

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Priority

We should strive to follow God’s word and praise Him in our day-to-day. This becomes easier with time as you switch your priorities and overall outlook on what is important, placing God at the root of it all.

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Thriving Before Thirty

Each of these young women is living out their own unique calling on their lives. You can too! Just because you are young, does not mean you can’t start, that you can’t do the seemingly impossible, or that you can’t move on the calling God has placed in you because you are not X-years-old. You don’t have to wait for the perfect moment, because one does not exist.

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You've Got a Friend in Me

Never underestimate the power of friendship. I know it doesn’t come easy to all, but it is worth it to invest time in someone. Friends will come and go, but it is important to have people surrounding you who you can call on at any time because you know they will be there.

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Maintaining Sanity

Just because your kiddos have this time off from school does not mean you have to wait on them hand and foot, entertaining them at every turn. No one expects you to be on call 24/7 but yourself, so take a step back, breath and enjoy this summer as much as you can!

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Three Tips to Cultivate Courage

As His daughter, He equips me – with skills, talents, and experiences. When I rest in that truth, I’m courageous in who I am because of who He is. It’s easier for me to recognize when He wants me to step up and do the hard thing when I see my circumstances through His perspective of me.

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Mom-wounds

There are conferences and workshops on working through father-wounds and redeeming your heart from the way it’s been recklessly uncared for, but where’s the mom-wound workshops and conferences? In reality, more people than we’d expect are facing hurt from their moms.

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Women Who Brought Revival to the Slums

Due to this woman’s willingness to become the vessel for the living water, many came to realize he was not a stranger after all. He was the one they’d been waiting for, promised by the prophets. He was Jesus and many in Samaria made Him their Lord. A great revival starts with one willing heart.

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When Women Judge

Placing yourself as judge over someone, is taking the place reserved for God. When Jesus walked the earth, He lowered Himself by serving. He washed the filthy feet of His own disciples.

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WomanhoodTammy Adams
Finding Redemption in Motherhood

Whether it's the pressures of being the Pinterest perfect mom or its counter-image of the snarky, wine-guzzling mom, motherhood feels like an impossible burden to bear. Where can we find our joy again? By remembering our Creator designed us for many things, and His grace abounds. I believe God’s design for motherhood looks much more like a beautiful mess, and less like a hot mess.

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WomanhoodKathie Harris