Dressing for Victory
The holidays are here and it’s the time of year for an increase in parties, fun, gift giving, family togetherness, and of course, spiritual warfare. Join us this month as we talk about The Breastplate of Righteousness and see why it's the one accessory you don't want to attend any holiday gathering without wearing!
Too Busy For Christmas?
A Single Lady's Guide to Enjoying Christmas
Learning to Lead by Learning
Join us as we end the year talking about Learning to Trust God with Our Finances.
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Inside Secrets for Raising Church Kids
Join us this month as we share a special message and pray especially for those of you who are hurting this holiday season.
The Gifts Every Woman Should Give Herself This Christmas
If you could give yourself any Christmas present this holiday season, what would it be?
As I started thinking about my answers, I found that they were all gifts that I hope
all women will give to themselves this Christmas. Call it my Christmas Wish List for You. Although none of the gifts
can be purchased online, in a catalog, or even at your local mall, each one will change your life and give you a happier holiday season
and a much brighter New Year.
Have you ever noticed that there are two ways that people handle Christmas craziness and stress? There are those who embrace it. They throw themselves into the season and enjoy each moment. Then there is another group, those who see Christmas as a stressful hassle.
Of course, this is nothing new--even on the first Christmas people seemed to fall into these two groups: those who celebrated and those who were busy. The question is, "This Christmas which one are you?"
Join us this month as we talk about the greatest gift you can ever give your children: teaching them to feed themselves spiritually by developing a consistent time of personal devotions. We'll talk about how to get started and how to encourage your child to keep it going.
"Teaching Your Child To Feed Themselves Spiritually"
Join us as we once again look at the life of Moses to learn what it takes to be a Wellrounded Godly Leader. This month we're talking about Learning to Lead by Learning to Follow.
A years ago, I went to visit my friend, Kara, while her home was decorated for Christmas. Hanging on her stairway were 3 beautiful, personalized stockings. When I commented on how much I liked them, she said, "I made them!" This year, I am very happy to say that Kara has agreed to share her sewing skills with all of us!
Looking for an amazing recipe that will feed a crowd and have them coming back asking for more? Check out Bethany's Chicken Tortilla Soup. The best part is that because you can make it in your crock pot you'll have plenty of time for what's really important---enjoying your family and your guests.
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Have you ever thought about the fact that the very first Christmas gift ever was given by God? “For God so loved the world, that He gave…”.
This gift, the Ultimate Gift, provides us with a plethora of gifts that have changed the course of history and the lives of individual human beings. Outside of the stockings and lights, ribbons, and candy, these are the real gifts that each of us needs to take the time to celebrate this Christmas season.
Being a single gal, I understand that the weeks between the middle of November and the New Year present us with unique challenges. When you wake up on that December morning and realize that there is no elf/Santa Clause/or angel that needs to earn its wings about to appear and create a happily ever after story like they did in the Christmas movie you watched the night before, you are faced with a choice: "Which of two roads are you and your attitudes going to take for the remainder of the Christmas season?"
At A Wellrounded Woman Ministries we do not believe ministries should compete with one another. Instead, we believe that we should work together, each contributing what we have been given to edify the body of Christ. With this in mind, we’ve compiled a list of links to resources and articles by other ministries that will help you grow in your walk with Christ.
A Special Edition of the Crazy Lady's Corner Designed Specifically for the Single Ladies. Warning: Will contain humor and sarcasm!
During the holidays, we all feel compelled to give to others who are in need, but how do we do this and still live within our means? Check out this article filled with practical tips for how to be financially responsible while still being a cheerful giver.
Not sure what to get the 'hard to buy for' people on your Christmas list? Well, worry no more! We’ve got loads of creative gift ideas that people will love to receive and you’ll enjoy giving. The best part is that each and every gift will come from your own kitchen. We've got recipes for homemade candy, jellies, and so much more!
This time of year it seems that the words “Christmas” and “cookie” are almost synonymous. If you’re looking for a new cookie recipe to add to your repertoire, or the recipe for an old-fashioned cookie you enjoyed as a child, have we got a treat for you! Remember, when you bake at Christmas you aren’t just making cookies, you’re making memories.
Ever thought you were too young, too old, too inexperienced, too unprepared, too poor, or simply too insignificant to be used mighty by God to further His kingdom? Well before you believe that lie one more day, read this article and meet the people God chose to participate in the greatest miracle known to mankind. You'll see that it isn't your resume that matters, but whether you have a heart God can use.
Join us this month as Bethany talks about the cost of keeping up with the Jones',
and challenges us to take a new approach to giving this Christmas.
Looking for an inexpensive, fun way to make gifts that people will love and provide an evening of family fun at the same time? Then it's time to investigate the wonders of Popcorn!
For very little money, you could make oodles and oodles of tasty flavored treats in your kitchen, put them in a pretty box or Christmas tin, and pass them along as very thoughtful and delicious Christmas treats. Best of all, your kids would feel like they played a role in the gift they are giving to the people in their lives.