Sisterhood

Three habits of a healthy marriage

By Bethany Kush | Apr 20, 2017

My husband and I married young.  We didn’t know a thing about how to have a healthy marriage but we did know we needed to figure out how to make it work.  So we took every marriage class at church, read every book we could find on building a great marriage and went to marriage…

John 11

By Tara Baldwin | Apr 17, 2017

I am the resurrection and the source of all life; those who believe in Me will live even in death. Everyone who believes in Me will never truly die. Do you believe this? – John 11:25-26  (VOICE) As a young girl, my family was very involved in our local church. Between kids choir, Sunday school, youth…

Awestruck

By Debbie Luffman | Apr 13, 2017

When was the last time that you were awestruck by Jesus? When was the last time He asked you to row out into the deep water and let down your net? If things are not going the way that you had hoped they would. If you feel like you are spinning your wheels, rowing in…

Thou Shalt Flourish

By Betsy Lonsberry | Apr 10, 2017

I love the SISTERHOOD swag that’s available for the sisters in the house to wear now. Identifying ourselves through the shirts, hats, bracelets – even tattoos –  is fun, but it’s also unifying. At Costco Sunday afternoon, I saw two Sisterhood shirts and another one at Publix. They made me smile and realize there are…

Permission to Lead – Unleashing the Feminine Heart

By Vonae Ayoub | Apr 6, 2017

Lead…the one word that sends most people scrambling for the hills. What is it about the action of leading that makes us automatically disqualify, rationalize and all but talk ourselves out of ever taking on a position of leadership? We know we could, probably even should, but when it comes to actually stepping up and…

Stretched Thin

By Andrea Parsley | Apr 3, 2017

I walked in the door and was immediately greeted by the shoes and toys on the floor, an empty dog bowl and spilled milk on the table. There was one child tattling, another crying, one frustrated with homework, and the other with a permission slip to sign. The day’s tension and anxiety walked in the…

Sister’s Keeper

By Vonae Ayoub | Mar 30, 2017

There is something very special about a sister. The intricate way that God weaves two, three, four and if we’re beyond blessed, many more lives together in a way that is unexplainable. A sister is a friend, a confidant, a cheerleader, an encourager, a champion. Most importantly, she is a keeper of every special memory,…

Luke 10:7

By Tara Baldwin | Mar 27, 2017

Stay where you are welcomed. Become part of the family, eating and drinking whatever they give you. You are my workers and deserve to be cared for. Again, do not go from house to house, but settle down in a town and eat whatever they serve you. – Luke 10:7 I can picture Dorothy with her ruby…

Embracing Embarrassment

By Andrea Parsley | Mar 23, 2017

I personally believe that potty training a child is one of the hardest things we do as mothers. It tests our patience and perseverance. It challenges our time management and planning skills. It can also result in some of the most disgusting clean ups and embarrassing moments. I remember when I was in the midst…