The importance of feminine beauty has been slowly stolen from our culture by the rise of feminism. Women are pushed to be more masculine and to dominate. As a Christian woman and wife, I think that this is terribly sad. A movement started with good intentions turned into masking what God has given us. Men and women were created differently and with different roles (a great book on this is “Girl Defined”.)
“Singleness wasn’t a season to trudge through but a time of opportunity to glorify God in unique and productive ways” – Kristin Clark (Love Defined: Embracing God’s Vision for Lasting Love and Satisfying Relationships)
I asked God to break me.
Little did I know then what the consequences of that prayer would be.
Heated words flew back and forth in the air, tears welling in their eyes. Hateful comments and a lack of compassion on either end. Neither cared about each others feelings or what they were saying. Words were just daggers finding their target in the components heart. They wanted to be heard but wouldn’t hear the other. She storms out of the room. He stands there shaking.
I am finally to that place again.
The place where I am frightened, nervous, anxious, and far outside my comfort zone.
And it came completely out of the blue. I didn’t expect to be so uncomfortable at a Bible College, where I have longed to be for so long. Continue reading “// An Uncomfortable Season //”
College. We think of college as the time to have fun. To be completely selfish and focus only on ourselves before entering the “real world”. Continue reading “// we are too comfortable // college edition”
Vulnerability is a choice. Continue reading “VULNERABLE.”
Take me back to that time
that time when I felt safe
free from worry
I wish that I could mold words with my bare hands.
Manipulate their meaning.
I wish I were creative. Continue reading “I wish I were creative”
If you would like access to my new Anxiety/Fear workbook either comment your email below and I will send it to you via google docs or you can message me privately through the contact tab on the front page of my website. Continue reading “Anxiety/Fear workbook”