Author: Kristah Kitchen
I received an unexpected sweet treat from an admirer last Valentine’s Day. A delightful half dozen previously enjoyed donut holes upchucked all over my lap by my adoring almost 2-year-old son. Not an ideal way to start a day meant to be full of romance and affection. Although, I suppose you could say this is ultimately where romance and affection leads.
Even though Jesus gives an explanation of this parable it is still widely misunderstood. Many teachers will encourage you to “check your soil” to see if you are truly saved or not. The gift of eternal life is not something to be questioned or determined based on a person’s actions.
Join us next week at 9:00 a.m. CDT as we start a new LIVE seven-week series: Test Your Testimony. Kathryn Wright will be walking us through common types of salvation testimonies, problems that arise with them, and practical tips to help you understand and share your salvation testimony more clearly.
Over the past two years the Free Grace Women community has been growing from its roots of just ten ladies with a passion for sharing the free grace message to over 150. We want to see this community grow even more so we are moving our blog to Free Grace International. Free Grace Women is […]
My husband’s birthday is one week before Christmas. One of our first holiday seasons together as newlyweds, we were having dinner with his family celebrating his birthday early in December. As everyone was nearly finished eating, his brother announced he thought we should just go ahead and celebrate Christmas together…that night. My incredibly cool, easy-going, […]
I love watching The Great British Baking Show. Baking is relaxing for me, but watching other people bake beautiful treats I’ve never heard of whilst discussing the process in English accents is even more relaxing. Each week the bakers are presented with a technical challenge. One week the technical challenge was to make an angel […]
“What does this verse mean to you?” I have been in numerous Bible studies where this question has been asked. But is this really the question we should be asking when studying God’s Word? If not, what kind of questions should we be asking?
My husband told me he wanted to stop looking at porn but told me he needed my help.
For years I struggled with having a daily prayer habit. The whole thing just really intimidated me. What do I say? How do I stay focused? What would the Creator of the Universe possibly want to hear from me anyway? After learning about this guide and putting it into practice I now look forward to […]
The windows on our house are double-paned and slightly older than I am. This means they are a double-pain to clean as you have to dismantle them like one of those brainteaser puzzles they sell at Cracker Barrel. My favorite spot to sit in our house is in a vintage, velvet gold chair nestled next […]
A couple of years ago we loaded up our 3-year-old and 15-month old into our homemade camper van. Do not picture the trendy kind of van you can stand up in and cook breakfast barefoot while admiring a mountain top view. Picture the type of van parents warn their children not to go to for […]
I had a steaming cup of coffee warming my hands while I sat and watched little fat squirrels chasing each other through the canopy of trees in our backyard. Almost all of the leaves had dropped creating a thick layer over the grass. The sun had not been up long enough to melt the delicate […]
As a child, I remember thinking my mom knew everything, could fix anything and had the softest skin in the world. I thought being a mother was something she had always known how to do. It wasn’t until I became a mother myself that I started considering how no one is an expert. Everyone is […]
According to factsandtrends.net Easter is the number one highest church attendance day of the year. Whether you are a regular attendee or once-in-a-while goer Easter is the day you get all dressed up in abnormally bright colored clothing and head to church. We celebrate the incredible story of Jesus’ sacrifice and resurrection. What I find […]
the moment Our lives are marked by a series of milestones and moments etched into our memories. For many christians the moment they believe in Jesus for eternal life is a pretty big one full of struggle and emotion. For me it was a single correction of thought as I sat on my carpet square […]