31 days of 2 min. devos: What Forgiveness Is and Is Not by Julie

1-     Forgiveness has nothing to do with whether or not the person DESERVES forgiveness. 2-     Forgiveness is not saying what the person did or did not do is right. 3-     Forgiveness is taking the person off our hook and putting them on God’s hook. 4-     We are cutting them loose from our backs and giving […]

The Nameless Given A Name

I’m so glad you stopped by today. What an honor that you would read our posts. I hope you won’t mind checking out my article over at Christian Women’s Online Network today Jesus is the One Who Names the Nameless. The woman who wept at Jesus’ feet has so much to teach us.

Friends, Forgiveness and God’s Amazing Grace

  I am so incredibly thankful for the people in my life. I can’t even put into words how humbled and amazed I am that God would bless me (first and foremost) with His love and His grace, but secondly with the love and grace of my family and friends. I haven’t always been the […]

Fighting My Own Battles Got Me Nowhere/ Heather

Anyone who knows me well will probably tell you I have a quick mouth. Thanks for the agreement, mom. I tend to be quick witted with the tongue and before I can stop myself, I will throw out a sarcastic comment. I can’t help myself sometimes – it’s just what I do! While this can sometimes […]

God Did I Hear You Right? (by Heather Bryant Freeman)

IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT! There is a new addition to GraceFull Women and her name is Heather Freeman. Heather will be guest posting every Wednesday but I’m giving you a taste of her laid back, honest writing today. She is my co-teacher in our lifegroup class on Sunday mornings and has captured my heart as we have become kindred […]

Thankful For Forgiveness

I’m thankful that I don’t have to get up every morning and make a list of my sins and beg God to forgive me for them. He’s already done that the day Christ Jesus my Savior died on the cross and bore every sin for all the world. He bore the punishment and paid the penalty for […]

Grace Beyond Measure by Nicole Querido

I’m so happy today to introduce my friend and kindred spirit Nicole Querido. She is a writer and teacher who seeks to live a life of surrender to God, whose redeeming power and love has transformed her life. In coming to know Christ in her thirties, Nicole’s life story became a testimony of His amazing […]

Day 20: Wearing the Mask of the Walking Dead: Shame

Shame is an ugly mask. It can turn a beautiful, strong woman into a frail, sad, fearful, head hanging one. I once read that shame goes beyond feeling guilty for WHAT you’ve done because it tears into your soul and condemns WHO you are. That’s why it last so long, goes so deep and is […]

31 Days of Taking Off Masks: Day 9 Pretending to Forgive

I wear a mask pretending I’ve forgiven a certain person. It’s a great mask, all nice and pretty with a smile attached every time I see her. But when I see her I’m just not sure I’ve relinquished full forgiveness because I still really don’t want to be around her too much. (No it’s not […]

The Grace Full Woman and Forgiveness

Hey I’m guest posting over at my friend Brandy’s blog Grace Full Wife today. Some of you may be interested in finding out more about my juicy marriage. Well here’s your chance, Haha. No really go on over and find out how to be a grace full wife. Love you guys.     A Grace Full Woman […]