This will be the last episode for a few months. A Purpose Driven Wife Podcast will be on hold, for a few months. My family and I will be moving from California to North Carolina. It is bitter-sweet for me during this season, because I’ve met and have grown so much here and have such a beautiful and wonderful church family. To think, that I need to find that again in a new area, hurts my heart. I don’t want to depress you with my little “Pity-Party”, but thinking about the unknown of North Carolina is a little scary. I came across this devotional book by Kay Warren, that I want to shar with you guys. Rick and Kay warren from Saddleback Church, put on a conference last year called: [Continue Reading…]
The Modern Military Spouse… Who is she? What does she do? How does she handle it all? These are the very topics, Jo from the blog JoMyGosh discuss and share tips, stories and laughs about the military lifestyle.
This book: Releasing the fear and walking in faith by Ranelli Williams was a “right on time” blessing for this season in my life. As an entrepreneur, it takes a faith walk, day by day, moment by moment to do the things God has called me to in business. He is the CEO, so I get my orders from HIM, on when to move and which way, but at times the directions don’t make sense and my flesh want to fight against it. In the bible, Jesus came across a man who was blind since birth and to heal him, He spit in the dirt and made mud to heal this man (John 9:1-7). Why didn’t Jesus speak healing, or even prayed for this man healing, why specifically, he spit [Continue Reading…]
Every year in November everyone talks about what they are thankful for each day. Today I am thankful for deployments. My husband has been in the military for about 13 years, been married for about 8 years and been through 5 to 6 deployments since being married. I’m not new to deployments and the struggles military spouses go through. The hurt and pain I feel every time I hear: “Babe, I’m deploying…” is new every time. But through the years, my husband and I have learned through struggles, pain and hurt that deployments can cause, has made us into better individuals, closer and much stronger as a married couple. I had the opportunity to review an e-book: Journey Through Deployment by Kathryn Sneed the writer behind the blog: Singing through [Continue Reading…]