If you want to stay on the right path with God and walk forward fearlessly, these are the things you need: humility and gratitude. It is very hard to get into the trouble relationally, spiritually, vocationally if your life is typified by humility and gratitude. ~ Jimmy Myers As a licensed professional counselor and Owner/Executive Director of The Timothy Center,… Read More
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In the Dear Daughters Podcast you’ll meet authors, pastors, counselors and of course, dear daughters (young women in search of spiritual guidance) and spiritual mamas (women just a little further down the road with age-old wisdom). With every episode, we hope to pass along wisdom and advice to make your life a little more beautiful. Listen on iTunes and catch all the show notes here on my blog.
Curiosity is a life raft. ~ Casey Tygrett Have you ever thought of curiosity as a spiritual discipline? I never did until I met Casey Tygrett. Casey is a pastor, spiritual director, and author of Becoming Curious : A Spiritual Practice of Asking Questions (coming May 2 ~ yay!). Casey lives in Rockford, Illinois with his wife and daughter where he serves… Read More
Sometimes the most productive thing you can do is waste time. ~ Shelly Miller Meet Shelly, your Sabbath mentor. At least that’s what Myquillyn Smith calls her. Shelly is married to H (yes, his name is one letter!), an Anglican minister who resources church planting in the UK and they are the proud parents of two children, Murielle and Harrison…. Read More
God is not looking for perfect mothers to raise perfect daughters. He’s looking for imperfect mothers who are raising imperfect daughters in an imperfect world … and desperately dependent on a perfect God for the results. ~ Vicki Courtney Vicki Courtney is a wife, mother and grandmother. She is an author and ministry leader. She is also my friend. She… Read More
The world may tell us we’re too much and never enough. But we can walk wildly in who God created us to be and rest freely in the work Jesus did for us. We do not have to be confined or conformed by cultural expectations. We are unchained from our past and unafraid of our future. ~ Jess Connolly If… Read More
In 2013 Kate Merrick said goodbye to her 8 year-old daughter Daisy Love when she left for heaven. She wrote on grief, joy, and struggle on prayfordaisy.com. Kate is making her way back toward laughter and finding life to be filled with good things. Kate Merrick is a pastor’s wife, writer, speaker, and mom to a teenager and toddler. She and… Read More