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Some Conflict Is Inevitable

We have been talking about how God does not call us to avoid conflict at all costs, and that people pleasing is idolatry. It is putting the approval of people above the approval of God. I shared verses about what the Bible has to say about people pleasing. We talked about how it is  ungodly to […]

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A Beautiful, Feminine, Godly Example of How to Handle Conflict

ADMINISTRATIVE NOTE: I will be taking a break from the blog this Wednesday through this coming Sunday while my children are out of school. I’ll miss y’all! But I hope to check back in next week. 🙂 ———————– A wife allowed me to share her comments from “Godly Femininity – Part 1.”  Thank you, my […]

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Honoring Christ, Our Husbands and Our Marriages in Conflict

My beautiful and precious sisters in Christ, You have every right to ask him for what you would like, what you want and what you desire politely, pleasantly and respectfully (probably just once is plenty –  in most cases) of your husband. Your husband has every right to decide to answer “no” if he thinks […]

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Dealing with a Difficult Mother-in-Law

Photo by Ghost Presenter on Unsplash Let’s talk about this important subject together, my precious sisters. God has wisdom, healing, and direction for us even as we deal with very tough relationships. God’s design for families: Children are under the parents’ authority when they are young, but then they are no longer under their authority […]

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Killing Bitterness

Photo by Wang Xi on Unsplash I have quite a few posts on bitterness – but it has been awhile since I talked about this critical topic. So let’s do a refresher together! We can’t possibly have God’s supernatural peace if we cling to bitterness. It is God’s will that all of His children be […]

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Avoid Such People

When we think of what it means to be godly Christian women, sometimes we think that means we have to tolerate anything from other people. We may think being respectful means that we don’t confront people when they sin or speak up when we are being mistreated. We may think it means we have to […]

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A Critical Spirit VS. a Godly Rebuke

Photo by Noah Buscher on Unsplash   As believers in Christ, we are not to have a critical, judgmental spirit, but there are times when we do need to share a life-giving, godly rebuke. We don’t just want to ignore a situation where someone is hurting others or himself/herself. How can we rightly discern the […]

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