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Who or What is Defining You?

Filed in Walk With God by on April 17, 2014 3 Comments
Who or What is Defining You?

I think women often struggle with figuring out who they are. WHY they are. When we think of ourselves, we tend to see ourselves through the eyes of whomever happens to be surrounding us at the time. We’ve got all these roles to play. We wonder if we’re playing them well. If others believe we […]

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So, How Do I Raise a “Normal” Person?

Filed in Parenting, Walk With God by on April 15, 2014 2 Comments
So, How Do I Raise a “Normal” Person?

In the past two posts I’ve given you a few helpful steps in anyone’s quest to raise dysfunctional Wemmicks. It’s fairly easy. You’ve got several things working in your favor: your own sin, their sin, and the sin of everyone else around you. If you missed all the details, not to worry. I’ll make sure […]

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How to Raise a Future Abuser in 20 Easy Steps

Filed in Parenting, Relationships by on April 11, 2014 5 Comments
How to Raise a Future Abuser in 20 Easy Steps

In no particular order. 1. Let them make most or all of their own decisions from the time they are 9 months old. 2. Teach them the world revolves around them, and you exist solely to accommodate their every wish and whim. 3. Pretend you don’t notice when they take a toy from another child. […]

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How to Raise a Future Victim of Abuse in 20 Easy Steps

Filed in Parenting, Relationships by on April 7, 2014 6 Comments
How to Raise a Future Victim of Abuse in 20 Easy Steps

In no particular order. 1. Don’t let them make any of their own decisions. They might make an embarrassing mistake that reflects poorly on you. 2. Train them to unquestioningly obey all authority at all costs. Tell them they are practicing witchcraft if they question anything you say by reminding them of 1 Sam 15:23 […]

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Cookie Cutter Christian

Filed in Relationships by on April 4, 2014 15 Comments
Cookie Cutter Christian

When I look around me these days I see a lot of upheaval in a lot of people’s lives. Things they always believed to be God’s Truth have turned out to simply be some Wemmick’s version of it. God’s Truth mixed up with some Wemmick lies. It can be confusing. It can be devastating. This […]

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Living with a Chronically Self-Centered Spouse

Filed in Marriage, Relationships by on April 3, 2014 15 Comments
Living with a Chronically Self-Centered Spouse

A friend of mine stumbled on a blog post series entitled Marriage with a Chronically Self-Centered Spouse, and after reading it, I was absolutely floored. While I’ve read many books about destructive relationships, I have never seen a blog post series that so concisely explains the problem, the reasons, and the solutions from a Biblical […]

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But I Feel Guilty When I Say “No.”

Filed in Ministry, Relationships, Women & Work by on April 1, 2014 7 Comments
But I Feel Guilty When I Say “No.”

Last week we introduced the idea of being stewards of our time and resources. The question is, how does that play out, practically speaking, in our day to day lives? When someone invites us to participate in yet another activity, how do we determine whether or not that activity is a good fit for us? […]

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But I Am the Steward of My Time and Availability

Filed in Women & Work by on March 28, 2014 9 Comments
But I Am the Steward of My Time and Availability

A couple of days ago I shared an excerpt from one of Elisabeth Elliot’s books. This little gem encouraged us to be available to God to do whatever He called us to. One of the ways that the Enemy can really mess with our female heads is to make us think God wants us to […]

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I’m an Available Woman

Filed in Parenting by on March 26, 2014 7 Comments
I’m an Available Woman

Raise your hand if you raised your eyebrows at the title of this article. I’m sitting here at Caribou Coffee trying to cover up the title so nobody thinks something they’re not supposed to. I took the title from a tasty little excerpt in a book I’m reading. You’ll love this: “Last week at a […]

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When to Keep Control and When to Lose It

Filed in Friendships, Marriage, Parenting by on March 24, 2014 2 Comments
When to Keep Control and When to Lose It

There are probably 4,398 songs, give or take a couple, that yodel on about control. Mostly about losing it. (Google is your friend here.) How about a definition? con·trol verb (used with object), con·trolled, con·trol·ling. 1. to exercise restraint or direction over; dominate; command. 2. to hold in check; curb: to control a horse; to […]

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