For the wife, friend, daughter, and momma who needs much grace – there is room at this table for you. Sit awhile?

There are days when we want to give in and try to earn the title of Good Wife, Good Friend, Good Mom, or Good Daughter. But the reality is this: The title means nothing if we’re not living all of our relationships deeply rooted in grace. How do we embrace authenticity, vulnerability, and freedom in the messiness of earthly relationships? How can we love well and be bold for the gospel in our marriages, friendships, and more? It’s all grace. There is encouragement for you here, soul.

  • Those discouraging. down & out, frustrating days happen to all of us, don't they? But as wives, we often don't know how to respond when our husbands experience a discouraging day. It's important to support him. So, here are 5 ways to support a discouraged spouse! They are practical, simple, and effective.
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  • 12 Verses that Influence My Life as a Wife
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  • The Let's Talk Relationships Series
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  • 5 Ways to Support a Discouraged Husband
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  • When You're Not the Mom You Wanted to Be
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Need a library of resources to encourage personal growth as you strive to live full of grace in all relationships? 

I understand the weight of trying to learn the ropes of this relationship thing on your own. It’s heavy, because relationships are hard – especially the raw & vulnerable ones. I’ve created a library of resources you can use to grow personally as you step into grace-filled relationships. Included is a Wife’s Scripture & Prayer Pack, a study on our identity as a child of God, a guide to praying boldly, and more! Grab it all FREE below.

Recent Articles

How to Show Grace When You’d Rather Hold a Grudge

My husband and I both have covered parking spaces below our apartment. We weren’t supposed to have covered parking, but our landlord is a nice guy who had some extra spaces. My space happens to sit next to our neighbor’s parking space – a neighbor we hardly see but...

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When You Stink at Submitting to Your Husband

There is a steady desire within me to submit to my husband. But as I looked over my man’s shoulder, all I could think was this is not going to be okay. Our cell phone contract was coming to an end, and my husband wanted to switch to Verizon. Which is no big deal in...

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The One Thing We Must Do to Love Well as a New Wife

There was a season of time when I was sad - but also happy - every single day. We had just moved 1800 miles across the country three days after our wedding, and I was lonely and sad, but happy and content at the same time. I missed home, my parents, and my friends....

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How to Embrace Authenticity in Your Friendships

It's easy to believe that we're being real - that we're loving well, being intentional, and crowding out the fake. But, if we dig deep enough, I think we'll discover that too many of us are not embracing the call to be real, bold, and selfless. We're worried about...

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A Simple Prayer for the Lonely and Forgotten

The room was full of heads bowed. Heads bowed over cell phones and tablets, browsing email and surfing Facebook. Social media had won and left too many feeling forgotten. We live in the age of the forgotten. So much of life shoves for our attention, and to be honest,...

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Oh yes! I have one more really sweet resource to share… 

 

My dear friend, Melanie Redd, and I created a 15-Day Friendship Challenge. We saw a burden in the lives of women all over the globe – loneliness is winning & women are feeling forgotten. We wanted to encourage deep friendships. The challenge ran live in September of 2016, but we felt a burden to continue the journey. We compiled the challenge into an eBook for you, and it’s available for $5.99! Grab your copy here!

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