Posts tagged young women
The Power of Your Words: Facing Any Situation with Truth and Faith

Not too long ago God showed me a powerful truth that I know needs to be shared. I believe this truth has the power to change so much about your current mindset, situation, and direction in life.

I know it did for me!

It deals with the very thoughts we think that lead to the words we speak, and ultimately where we’re getting the basis for our beliefs.

It has the ability to completely turn around situations in life and unlock a new level of relationship with the Lord!

Are you interested? Then let's dive in!

God tells us in Proverbs 18 that “death and life are in the power of the tongue” (v. 21), as well as in Proverbs 21 “whoever keeps his mouth and tongue keeps himself out of trouble” (v. 23). All throughout the Bible we see evidence of the amount of power our words hold. 

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7 Godly Truths for Overcoming Anxiety

What if there was a way to be free from the chains of anxiety?

What if we could escape all the constant worrying and fears of the future?

What if I told you an anxious mind isn't God's plan for you? 

All of that is possible and true, and laid out for us in God's Word!

Do you know what the Bible really says about fear? Let's dig deeper into His truths to unlock God's gift of peace, and start the journey to an anxiety-free life!

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14 Powerful Bible Verses for the Girl Who Doesn't Feel Skinny Enough

You're standing in the dressing room mirror again, about to cry because you think you can't pull of that cute outfit you want to buy.

You're scrolling through social media again, feeling less than because your body doesn't look like the Instagram model with all the followers.

You put on an over sized T-shirt and running shorts again because you don't feel confident in other clothes.

Again, you hide behind someone else in the picture because you don't want the camera to add anymore pounds.

Do any of those scenarios sound or feel familiar? 

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How I Changed My Bible Study from Lackluster to Life Giving: Make Reading the Bible Fun!

When I was younger, I never made much time to study the Bible. In all honesty, it didn't much appeal to me. 

I didn't really understand the words and I had no idea how to really make sense of them. Unfortunately, I had a lot more fun things I wanted to be doing! 

Now that I'm at a deeper part in my walk with God, I realize that my way of thinking back then had a lot to do with immaturity in my relationship with the Lord. However, one thing still sticks out to me about my old mind frame. 

The lack of fun!

You may have experienced this same type of slump in your walk with the Lord, too! Especially if you don't really like reading or studying. Not to mention how the whole 66 books and 1000 pages thing can be a real scary mountain to climb, am I right?!

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How to Pray Effectively: a Step-By-Step Guide from Jesus Himself

Growing up (and sometimes still to this day) I had a hard time talking to people. Social anxiety was a real struggle for me throughout my life. It kept me from truly socializing with others, especially those that I felt were above me or that intimidated me in anyway.

I just didn’t know what to say or how to say it!

It was always so frustrating and caused me to stay to the sidelines. I was a wallflower that kept to herself and avoided social interaction.

It was the easiest way to deal with my problem, but it left me lonely and unable to build relationships.

Maybe you’ve had the same feeling, but not necessarily with other humans. Maybe you’ve been feeling this way with God!

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3 Easy Ways to Better Uplift Your Man and Build Your Relationship

Have you ever had a boss, teacher, or authority figure in your life that was a total negative Nancy?! They were always pointing out the negative instead of the positive, punishing more than praising?

How did that make you feel? Discouraged? Angry? Let down? Hurt? 

At my old, part-time job I had a manager just like that and it really took a toll on my work and attitude. It was frustrating, discouraging and decreased my desire to do my best!

Sometimes ladies, as girlfriends and wives, we can be like my old manager. A complete negative Nancy. 

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