Anxiety slowly choked me out as my brain fumbled to process all of the possibilities. I ranted to my best friend over the phone, frantically explaining all of the uncertainties that fogged my mind and panicked my soul. I didn’t know what to do, I felt completely and utterly lost.… Read More What to Do When Your Plans are Exhausting You
The truth is, being Silas’ wife was the no-deal-breaker promise I needed to force me to trust God – no matter what – in our relationship. I married Silas because I knew I would be able to follow God better, and even in our few months of marriage that has proven to be true.
However, a loving Pastor gave me one of the greatest gifts a Pastor could give to a bride-to-be. A few phone calls and texts later, and he arranged a coffee date for me and a former military/current police wife. I gleaned so much wisdom and encouragement from Bethany over that java in Kansas City.… Read More 6 Marriage Tips from a (Former Military) Police Wife
To be honest, I struggled big-time with contentment in my singleness before my husband and I tied the knot earlier this year. I longed for the days I would be married already. I just wanted that covenantal, exclusive, never-ending love with Silas that marriage promised me. I wasn’t going to be happy until I had it for myself.… Read More Contentment in Singleness: Love Has Already Found You
Could the place where we have no other choice but to give our all – our thoughts, our praise, our burdens, our trust – to God be the very place he needs us to be in order to know him more?… Read More Wilderness of Waiting: Encouragement from Nehemiah 9:21
I spent our three-month engagement preparing to be a wife, but I realized I was actually just preparing for a lifetime of ultimate sanctification and glorification of Jesus. … Read More Lessons in the Preparation: Our Engagement