I chanced to see this book while filling my yearly list of books to-read. I was instantly attracted to its title Missional Motherhood: The Everyday Ministry of Motherhood in the Grand Plan of God. To my surprise, my husband gave this to me on my birthday. This book is divided into two parts. The first… Continue reading Motherhood by Design
I’m a mom of two lovely girls. My husband and I fondly call them princesses. We are not a bit royal but we pray to raise them with security in who they are and what they are worth. I first encountered the term God’s princess in our youth ministry when I was in college. My… Continue reading A Princess is Not a Wimp
Third of the twelve books I will review for 2018. It’s Women’s Month and before this month ends, I will review Lies Women Believe by Nancy Leigh DeMoss. This book talks about forty lies women believe about God, themselves, sin, marriage, emotions and their circumstances. Her goal is to open the eyes of women to… Continue reading The Fruit and The Cross
I received a number of messages when I pulished my last blog about broken hearts. I realized so many hearts are broken nowadays. In my life, I have experienced a number of rejections in school, relationships, jobs. In each rejection, I have two things with me, tissues and trust issues. What I will share here… Continue reading Tissues and Trust Issues
I adore so many women in the Bible but these two women are my favorites. Martha The traditional depiction of Martha is a woman who is stressed, hair undone and busy. I’ve always pictured her as a fully capable woman who efficiently runs her house, opens it to visitors and keeps a keen eye on… Continue reading What’s better than Good Housekeeping?