Dear women of faith, sometimes husbands still walk away

It is good to align your life and actions with Biblical principles. It is good when a woman desires to love and nurture those in her household with the love of Christ. It is glorious when a woman, in a difficult marriage continues to have the attributes that we see in the Proverbs 31 woman. But truth be known, sometimes, husbands will still walk away, remain unsaved or harsh. Don’t let anyone shame you, blame you, condemn you, or judge you…you can’t control them or what they say either. Their words and actions hurt, but you can rise above them by understanding that THEY must not really get grace and God’s intimate, perfected love. If you lose your salvation because your marriage falls apart…or you are less spiritual because...

Kelli Thompson’s journey of faith

The hardwood floor that I lay prostrate on – crying out to God – might as well have been a gritty, dry desert floor, cracked by the relentless heat of the sun and worn by the winds of change. And the literal puddle of tears that had pooled where I lay praying was no oasis of refreshing. Instead, it represented the truth of a failed relationship that had been no more than a mirage. My marriage wasn’t supposed to end this way. It was supposed to end at ALL! Twelve and a half years earlier, the man who would become my husband had swept me off my feet. I fell in love with his voice before I fell in love with him. The manner in which he spoke and the timbre of his voice were so warm and inviting. I was asked my opinion of his “sound” as I listened to the...

May friendship, encouragement and grace abound!