A Heart for Wisdom
A Heart for Wisdom
April 6, 2017

The Heaviness of Wickedness By Rachel Custer The question was posed by a fellow Christian, a stay-at-home mom of my generation who enjoys social media both to keep up with friends around the world and to stay abreast of basically what is going on in the world at large. While it was voiced to her […]

A Heart for Wisdom
A Heart for Wisdom
February 10, 2017

What Are You Thinking? If there is one thing that I remember from my teenage years, it is this truth that was constantly repeated by my youth pastor: Watch your THOUGHTS; they become FEELINGS. Watch your FEELINGS; they become ACTIONS. Watch your ACTIONS; they become HABITS. Watch your HABITS; they become your LIFESTYLE. You can […]

A Heart for Wisdom
A Heart for Wisdom
December 12, 2016

“Character versus Personality” Do you think you really know someone that you have only ever corresponded with on the internet? Or have you ever seen something that someone has shared or said online, and it doesn’t seem to match who you have perceived them to be? “Being somebody” online can be tricky. There is first […]

A Heart for Wisdom
A Heart for Wisdom
October 3, 2016

“Appetites” An appetite is, “a natural desire to satisfy a bodily need,” but can also mean “a strong desire or liking for something.” Appetites, in and of themselves, are not wrong. In the strictest sense of the word, our appetite for food is what makes sure that we eat and stay alive, but we all […]

A Heart for Wisdom
A Heart for Wisdom
August 9, 2016

Starving for Wisdom Never before in history have we had so much information available at the click of a button. I, like many others of my generation, can Google questions all day long. I’m curious about a bird, so I Google it. I need to know how to get somewhere, so I Google it, and […]

A Heart for Wisdom
A Heart for Wisdom
July 20, 2016

Blessings of a “PK” Childhood Perhaps it is just the season with Mother’s Day and Father’s Day; perhaps it is the fact that my husband and I will soon welcome our first son into the family; but I’ve been thinking a lot lately about how I was raised. Some people might say that my childhood […]

A Heart for Wisdom
A Heart for Wisdom
April 5, 2016

Building Up With Social Media It isn’t hard to imagine how you can use social media in a negative way. We all see examples of that every day! But sometimes, we need a little push to remember that we can use social media in a positive way, to build up and encourage those that we […]

A Heart for Wisdom
A Heart for Wisdom
February 19, 2016

What is in Thine Hand? This is the year that, Lord-willing, I will make the change in job description from “wife” to include “mother.” It’s a change that is so exciting and thrilling, and yet in so many ways, terrifying. As I feel tiny kicks inside to remind me that my little one is getting […]

A Heart for Wisdom
A Heart for Wisdom
December 8, 2015

Learning to Wait in the Culture of NOW We live in an instant society. At no other time in history has so much been instantaneous. Instant coffee, instant rice, instant soup, instant heat, instant dinner! And while all of those things were present even twenty years ago, we continue to add the ‘instants’ to our […]

A Heart for Wisdom
A Heart for Wisdom
October 5, 2015

When Inspiration Turns to Impasse “Comparison is the thief of joy.” –Theodore Roosevelt I love being inspired. I would consider myself a creative person. I enjoy thinking outside of the box to make something unique and special. I like pretty things, and I am what some might call “cheap,” although I prefer “frugal.” Websites like […]