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Stories of Faith
I felt like when I went through my cancer I didn't understand why I had to walk through it. But that's not the first time this has happened.
I never stayed down long enough to hinder my continual journey forward, even if it sometimes feels like I’m clumsily stumbling in the dark.
Some women, like Corrie ten Boom, suffer horrific fates, carried only by their faith in God, so that people, years later, can continue to be inspired by them.
Caring for Annie has bonded our family together in a way we weren’t before. So many of my fears from my pregnancy are now the things I love most about our lives.
Did you ever stop to think that perhaps God opens doors for us not only in spite of our limitations or trials but also precisely because of them? Harriet Tubman was the perfect example of this.
Living Your Faith
Leaving behind my eating disorder is like leaving behind my identity. I have experienced a profound void and emptiness which my new interests, pursuits, relationships, and passions have yet to fill.
Although we may be separated by distances and circumstances, here we are on the same plane (or perhaps, plain). It is so good to be reminded that we have friends in this effort!
Choosing to take time to create holiness within ourselves has transformed my marriage. It’s not something I speak about much, but it’s the absolute truth.
Christ gives you POWER, and there is no greater thing as a woman than that of your relationship with Christ. YOU get to define that, not anyone else.
Even my “shortcomings” were glorious opportunities presented for a purpose, though they don’t always feel that way. They aren’t failures. They are gifts.