For My Sisters Who Need to Be Loved

(Guest Post by Molly Hilbert) From the first day this website went live, I’ve been privileged to have Molly serve as the Website Administrator. I actually first “met” Molly when she left a comment on one of my True Woman blog posts. That was back in the day when Molly was a single teen. Now, she’s married to her college sweetheart (both are graduates of Moody Bible College) and has experienced a bit more life and grown in her walk with God beyond those teen years. Molly is a young woman with a heart and passion for God and a willingness to serve others for His glory. For almost five years, Molly has poured herself into ministering to women and spreading God’s glory through serving you, the readers of this site. Every aspect of the technical operations of the website is taken care of by Molly. Week in and week out she loads the posts, she finds pictures to go with those posts, approves comments, she forwards emails to me when necessary, and she serves as a huge blessing and encouragement in my life! She also has life-lessons to share through her gift of writing. If you’ve followed the blog for very long, you know that I occasionally invite her to drop off a guest post on the blog, so today, you’ll be blessed to hear her share some personal moments with us . . . here is my dear friend, Molly ~

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My Favorite February Memory

My Favorite February Memory

I’m taking you on a trip down memory lane with me and if you don’t like a romantic story, just tune out this blog post (or read one of last week’s posts) because today is intentionally mushy. By mushy, I mean, I’m going to tell you about my very first Valentine’s Day with the love of my life. The day was major mushy—in a good way!

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Experiencing True Friendship With God

Read these words slowly: “You are My friends if you do what I command you. No longer do I call you slaves, for the slave does not know what his master is doing; but I have called you friends . . .” (John 15:14–15) That is Jesus talking. Every time I hear this it does something to me. Friend. He calls me “friend.” The Greek word used here is: phílos – a friend; someone dearly...

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11 Wedding Vows to Cling to

“It took him thirty days to break up my twenty-three year marriage.” The pain was evident as this weary man poured out his story to my husband and me. We’ve heard it before. We’ll hear it again. Another marriage bites the dust. The names and faces change, but the heart issues are always the same. “She met him on Facebook. I hate that thing. She’s taken my daughter to live with him. My...

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Holiness May be Different Than What You’ve Thought

When you hear the word “Holiness” what’s your first thought? Do you picture a gray haired little old lady wearing her hair stacked in a bee hive on her head? Do you picture a bland and solemn life where “fun” is banned? If that’s your idea of holiness, trust me—that’s not God’s idea. The more I study the work of the Holy Spirit, the more I see a pattern: these two words keep...

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