Yes, I did take a month hiatus from writing here on That Christian Girl. And no, I do not plan on doing that again… EVER. This week’s post is a day early considering today is the 1st of the year and I figured it’d be appropriate to start the year off with sharing some of the vision I have for our little community. 🙂 Continue reading
In our last post, we got into the subject of priorities and how we tend to make excuses to not do things because we’re “too busy.” I was recently talking the blog over with a friend and they made a really good observation that I wanted to share with you ladies this week.
How is it that we’re never to busy to do the things that we actually want to do?
Have you ever noticed that when you want to do something, you’ll make the time for it? I don’t know about you, but usually when I don’t want to make the time to do something, it’s not ALWAYS because I’m too busy. Sometimes, I just don’t feel like it. Continue reading
In exactly one week on October 10th, That Christian Girl will be 1 year old!! Girls, I am so grateful with how far God has brought this project. My goal and dream when I started this project was to inspire young women all over the world to live for Jesus. Whether it be through personal testimonies, the Word, prayer, or song… I never dreamed it would grow this much so fast! Continue reading
I had this thought yesterday, and it’s totally something I’ve been working on lately.
You show how much you “love your enemies” by how much you pray for and ask God to bless them.
“But I say unto you, LOVE your enemies, BLESS them that curse you, DO GOOD to them that hate you, and PRAY for them which despitefully use you, and persecute you;” Matthew 5:44 Continue reading
The Heart of Forgiveness
By: Jessica Shaffer
Forgiveness. A lot of people think they know what this is. But the truth of the matter is, forgiveness can be twisted into a very selfish thing. It has long been argued that forgiveness is a choice we all make in our lives to help ‘us’ move on. But are we truly forgiving the other person? Or are we saying that we forgive the other person so that we feel complacent. Continue reading