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My Journey into Femininity and Modesty

January 18, 2014 by


April – on January 17, 2014 Oh, where to start? 🙂 As a girl and teenager, I figured that boys thought pretty much the same way that I did.  I didn’t pay much attention to what anyone wore – so why would guys be looking at me?  I wasn’t very caught up in clothing. I almost […]

Stages of This Journey – Becoming a Gentle, Peaceful, Godly Woman – Part 1

December 8, 2013 by


Each woman’s story is unique.  I write primarily for women who tend to be dominating, controlling, “overly-helpful,” people pleasing and perfectionistic.  Most of us don’t realize that we are doing these things and aren’t purposely doing them.  Many of us start out thinking we HAVE to act the way we do.  That’s what I used […]

Are You Willing to Sacrifice Your “Isaac”?

November 11, 2013 by


I love the story of Abraham’s great faith in God in the Old Testament.  God promised Abraham and Sarah a baby.  They waited over 20 years for that child to come.  By the time God blessed them with Isaac, Sarah was over 90 years old and Abraham was around 100! GENESIS 22 Some time later […]

The Danger of Obsession with Fantasy

September 5, 2013 by


From a single Christian woman: I think this situation happened because from a young age (very young) I’ve had a habit of going off into a fantasy land in my mind, and when I hit puberty, it became focused on the opposite sex. Instead of forming healthy relationships (with the risks that come with them)  I took […]

More Traits of Godly Femininity

September 4, 2013 by


This is a continuation of a 29 year old Christian single man’s thoughts about Godly Femininity Another thing that I believe blesses men is a woman with little to no insecurity in her femininity. I might have a hard time explaining this. I have a certain Christian woman in mind who I knew for a […]

How Godly Femininity Can Impact a Man

August 16, 2013 by


I invite the gentlemen to share with the ladies the powerful impact a godly woman has had on your life.  What I am most interested in hearing is – how did this woman act, how did she speak, what kinds of things did she say, what were her mannerisms and what was going on in […]

Overlooking Insults

July 9, 2013 by


A fool shows his annoyance at once, but a prudent man overlooks an insult.  Proverbs 12:16 Many times, when people insult us, there is a lot of pain, hurt, anger and mess going on underneath the surface in that person’s life.  Often, if we can extend grace, we may just be able to salvage the […]