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April Cassidy 


I’m so excited that you are here! I hope to get to know you and to find out about your life and what is going on with you. It’s such an honor for me to get to be on this journey to become a more godly wife with you. We can learn from each other as we seek Christ together.

This blog is a resource I sure wish I had years ago when God first opened my eyes to see that I had a lot to learn about becoming a godly woman and wife. My prayer is that God might allow me to place the dots a bit closer for those coming behind me than they were for me. I want this to be a place where women are encouraged, prayed for, loved, cherished, respected, and transformed by the power of Christ and the truth of the Bible.


The Peaceful Wife blog is primarily about each of us learning to become strong disciples of Christ.

It is about us being willing to allow God to help us shine the Light of His Word into our own hearts and lives so that we might receive His power and healing to get rid of anything that is toxic in our souls and minds. Then we can be open to receive all of the good that He desires to pour into our lives as we let His Spirit fill us, change us, and make us new.

This isn’t a self-help blog, but rather, it is about allowing God to do the miracles He wants to do in each of us so that we might know Him more, experience His presence every moment, put Him far above everything else in our hearts, and that we might shine brightly for His glory.

Generally, you can expect new posts on Mondays except for during the summer and maybe Christmas vacation when I may take a break for a few weeks. I write most of the posts, but sometimes I share stories of other women about what God is showing them and how they are growing spiritually and in their marriages. Occasionally, I may share one of my Youtube videos.

On my sites, I seek to foster a loving, respectful, gentle atmosphere where everyone feels welcome and we can hash through real life struggles and problems together. My goal is always that we might look to Jesus for answers and for the perspective and power we need. As we find personal healing in Christ, He is able to give us the wisdom we need to navigate our unique challenges. I long for each of us to be very sensitive to His Spirit and His prompting and that we might live in the center of His will.

If you would like to know how you can have a relationship with Jesus, please read here.



My first book is now available!

The Peaceful Wife – Living in Submission to Christ As Lord. You may find it at Amazon, Christian Books, Barnes and Nobles, and many other book stores and outlets.

One thing I like about the book is that it puts everything about the beginning of this journey into a very organized format and walks you through the process in steps. It’s the closest thing, in my view, to having me right there personally mentoring you. Plus, there is a lot of content in the book that is not available on the blog. I designed parts of the book so that you can go back to parts of it as a reference when you are praying for ideas about how to handle various situations even after you have finished the book.


1. Shaunti Feldhahn, social researcher and best-selling author of For Women Only:

“April knows what it is like to struggle in her marriage with frustration and anger toward her spouse. Her journey to becoming a peaceful wife will resonate with any reader who wants new peace in her own marriage. I love that this book walks each of us through the reality checks we need in order to have the marriage we want!”

2. Dr. Emerson Eggerichs, author of Love and Respect:

“April Cassidy has written an excellent book! I endorse her heart and message. In fact, I asked my daughter-in-law to read it and she reported to me, ‘I am wholeheartedly encouraging you to endorse this book. She addresses the impact of the love and respect message from Ephesians 5:33. Also, she delves into submission and challenges her fellow women to rethink the word submission and what it should really look like in their lives. She is open and honest about how she thought she was a ‘good wife’ but realized, after reading the Love and Respect book that you wrote, what she had overlooked. April does an excellent job of placing a mirror in front of readers so that they may see the ways they have been disrespectful, but she also provides a comforting hug as she explains how the disrespect can end and a life of respecting one’s husband can move into place. She provides great insight into her own struggles and a wonderful chapter where her own husband gives his thoughts on her transformation. April challenges, encourages, and breathes hope for all wives. I feel like this is a companion book to Love and Respect. There is something about receiving advice from someone who has walked the same path as you, in the same high heels perhaps.”

(For all of the endorsements, please click here.)

My second book, “The Peaceful Mom,” is scheduled to release in the spring of 2018, the Lord willing. So be on the lookout for that. 🙂


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You are welcome to contact me on my blogs, on my Facebook pages, or on Youtube. I also have a contact page here on this blog in the tabs at the top of my home page for those who are interested in submitting their stories for me to possibly share as guest posts or for those who are interested in contacting me about speaking engagements for women’s groups and events. At this time, I am not able to do private mentoring due to time constraints, sadly – thanks so much for understanding.


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