There’s a Place in the Church for the Millennial Girl [Sarah Smith]

I have such hope for the next generation of the church. Millenials, despite what anyone says, have a lot to offer. Like Sarah says, “[they] are capable, [they] are smart, and [they] are worthy of being strong and active in the church.” Let me introduce you to one particular millennial girl with a great vision … More There’s a Place in the Church for the Millennial Girl [Sarah Smith]

Hannah Giselbach: “Serve God with Your Whole Heart and Just Be You”

Hannah Giselbach (previously Hannah Colley) is a beautiful young wife and mother who is an inspiration to many. This incredible woman regularly speaks at ladies’ days, keeps a blog, looks after her beautiful boy Ezra, and is a devoted wife to her husband Ben. She has also written a book, GIFTS (which is wonderful, by … More Hannah Giselbach: “Serve God with Your Whole Heart and Just Be You”

Miriam Sparks: Using Your Talents and Shining Your Light for the Lord in Your Youth

Lately I’ve been sharing the stories and thoughts of some young women here at Worthy Woman Wednesdays, to encourage us all about the future of the church and be more aware of the struggles young women face. I’m really interested in what keeps young people in the church and interested in the church. Today I … More Miriam Sparks: Using Your Talents and Shining Your Light for the Lord in Your Youth

Joy Jensen on Serving the Lord with Your Husband {and Overseas}

Joy Jensen is a wonderful example of a preacher’s wife and just an all-round beautiful person. I spent time with Joy and her husband, George, when we were in the States in August and I was immediately impressed by what genuinely Christian people they were. The enriching and uplifting conversation was endless. Such people with … More Joy Jensen on Serving the Lord with Your Husband {and Overseas}

Jayla Sparks: Encouraging Young Women to Love God and Live for Him {Marvelously Modest}

I came across Jayla Sparks‘ blog a little while ago and have since have not ceased to be impressed by the maturity and wisdom displayed by this young lady. The wisdom she writes with is evidence of the deep relationship she has with the One Who gives all wisdom. …and she doesn’t want to keep it all for … More Jayla Sparks: Encouraging Young Women to Love God and Live for Him {Marvelously Modest}

Amanda Hilburn: The Southern, Sweet-Tea Lovin’ Artist {+ a Giveaway}

This special series I have titled “Worthy Women at Work” (yes, I am sorry, there is some more alliteration for you) is dedicated to learning from and supporting women who support their husbands by using their talents to generate an income from home. As well as learning for myself, I am also all for supporting women … More Amanda Hilburn: The Southern, Sweet-Tea Lovin’ Artist {+ a Giveaway}

Graceful Ornaments: Wise Words from My Mother (Mother’s Day Special)

Today as I sat at breakfast, sipped my espresso doppio and nibbled on grapefruit and honeydew melon I found myself pondering this passage of scripture: ” Forsake not the law of thy mother: for [it] shall be an ornament of grace unto thy head, and chains about thy neck” (Proverbs 1:8, 9 KJV). I had … More Graceful Ornaments: Wise Words from My Mother (Mother’s Day Special)

Kuin Tattersall: A Worthy Woman’s Beautiful Legacy

Kuin was a beautiful, warm and gracious lady who always stood out to me as one of those great examples to follow. I was particularly encouraged to hear that at the funeral of this lovely lady, many people were encouraged to live a different life because of the touching (and very truthful) eulogy that her … More Kuin Tattersall: A Worthy Woman’s Beautiful Legacy

Angeling Sim on Learning and Growing in Parenting (Part 2)

Things My Children Have Taught Me About God and Myself ~Part 2 by Angeling Sim 9) I love my children, but I do not give them everything they want every time they ask. The reason? There are valuable and important lessons to be learnt about sharing, waiting, the proper use of money, contentment, and thinking … More Angeling Sim on Learning and Growing in Parenting (Part 2)