At the start of a new year, many women naturally think about implementing new practices for physical and spiritual health. When I think about physical health and a disciplined life, I think about my friend, Teri Thompson. Teri not only exemplifies health and fitness in her own life, but her example rubbed off on her children, who value them as well.
There is a lie in our culture, perpetuated by the entertainment industry, that goes something like this: pre-married sex is exciting and fun, while married sex is boring and rarely (if ever) happens.
I was 12 weeks pregnant with our first child when my husband and I went on a little getaway with some friends to Las Vegas. A trip meant to be a great time ended up including one of the most painful experiences I’ve ever experienced.
Reach out. Speak up. Ask for help. This is the message we hear after tragedies like Robin Williams, Kate Spade, and Anthony Bourdain’s suicidal deaths. The importance of good mental health is once again…
The simple answer is no, true Christian generosity has no limits. Giving is good. Sacrificial giving is good. In this we imitate Christ and can give glory to God.
New year, new you, new goals. The first week or two of the New Year is always filled with hopefulness. The Christmas cheer is still lingering and the New Year brings a sense of fresh start with it. We roll up our sleeves, think of how we want this year to be different, and write goals, intentions, and a word to live by. And within a few weeks, we realize that change is actually really REALLY hard.
I am so very excited to introduce you to my beautiful friend, Hayley Bobay, wife to Cody and mom to Ty and Parker. Hayley has been involved in the fitness world for many years and in several different ways; creating in her a passion to encourage women toward a healthy lifestyle – not for aesthetic reasons, but to serve God fully out of a healthy mind, heart and body.