Celebrating Friendship


This is the heartbeat of celebrating friendship. Rejoicing, honoring, applauding, commending, saluting, toasting the wonderful people in our lives. Not for what they do, but for who they are, and for what they mean to us.—Nicole Johnson

Running On Empty


It’s so easy to feel as if we’re running on empty. Our resources are limited and there is no more to give. We have no more time, energy, or money. So we struggle, worry, and fret. What if we didn’t? ―Mary Graham

Women of Faith Wednesday


During difficult times in life, who has supported you, or who have you supported? (see Luci Swindoll on Students of Life) Why no contest this week? We’ve got something fun in store! Sign up for our weekly newsletter and stay tuned for an exciting new change!   How to participate: First, use your blog to

Imagine The Possibilities!


God has promised to take the bland and sometimes common things of life, the sweet morsels, the big and small things, the dangerous and hard to swallow events, and work them all together for the good of those who love him. Imagine the possibilities!  ―Nicole C. Mullen

God Is Never Boring


Look what I would have missed if God had only done the expected, hoped for, and planned on. I repeatedly learn that God is never boring . . . His ways are not my ways and as he works in his way, I am enriched and totally in awe.  ―Marilyn Meberg

Book Club: Friendship for Grownups by Lisa Whelchel


How ironic: the girl who became a TV star on a show about friends didn’t have a clue how to make real-life friends of her own.

Zebra Print Tote


The Purple Zebra (Tote) (with apologies to Gelett Burgess*) I never saw a purple zebra, I never hope to see one. But looking at this darling tote I kind of think I need one. No zebras, purple or otherwise, were harmed in the making of this tote. Feel free to carry it with a clear conscience and

God Is The Master Artist


I pray today that, as you embrace your flaws and imperfections, that you will remember and know in your deepest knowing that God is the master artist. You have been touched by his hand—that’s what makes you real. It is his touch that makes you authentic, flaws and all. ―Sandi Patty



We are not designed to do this journey alone; we are not equipped for everything we will need. That’s why Christ put us in a “body”.―Sheila Walsh

Spotlight On: Philadelphia


Oh Philly, we love you―and not just for your iconic cheesesteak! 2010 marks our 11th year to hold a Women of Faith event in the City of Brotherly Love.