Have you ever spoken to someone from a different country and automatically made some kind of judgement about them based on how they sounded? Why not, we do it all the time with Americans, right? For example, if they sound … Continue reading Friendly Sounds Different in Different Languages
My college English teacher set a precedent for me for how to pray for others. He showed me how to pray Scripture for others. If you’d like to know a simple, effective way to pray for those in your world, this is the top approach I would recommend. Continue reading Praying Scripture
What does “the unfading beauty of a gentle and quiet spirit” in 1 Peter mean? For the extroverted, boisterous, passionate woman, the words may seem to signify that beauty is beyond reach. For the shy, perhaps they are misleading. Let’s look at what is meant in these passages and discover hope for all women that we can depend on the LORD to work true beauty in our spirits. Continue reading Unfading Beauty: What Does Gentle and Quiet Really Mean?
How would you respond in your heart if you saw someone buying an elaborate cake with food stamps? The reason might choke you up and make you question how you think about others. Continue reading Grocery Glares
You love your husband, hands down. Why does He get so angry sometimes- as if you’d punched him in the face? There’s a good chance that something you did communicated disrespect to him. Find out more about what communicates disrespect and what you can do about it. Continue reading 3 Ways to Disrespect Your Husband (And Respectful Alternatives)