Godly Women Blog


Touched by the Sting of Death

Written by Melissa M. Puzon

The day will come when death will end and its bitter sting will cease. A member shares her path of coping during a series of personal tragedies in her life. Have you ever been stung by a...


Managing Regret

Written by Karen Meeker

Every human being experiences regret at times. The challenge is what to do about it! Here are ways to understand regret and some helpful strategies to manage it. Setting the scene I know...


The Work of Homemaking

Written by Erica Golden

The term “homemaker” is not often used today and only appears once in the Bible. What does this word mean, and what does it signify for godly women today? I recently came across a...


From Bored to Bustling: Ideas for Engaging Our Teens

Written by Janel Johnson

Are your teens saying “I’m bored” too often this summer? If so, here are some ideas to keep them engaged and productive for the summer months.  “Summertime and the livin’ is easy” might...


Meema Camp!

Written by Pam Myers

With the advent of summer, the camping season has arrived. We all know about preteen, teen and family camps, but how about having a “Meema Camp”? Summer is here!  Open the windows, break...


My Schedule Runneth Over

Written by Lyndi Fultz

Life has a way of spilling over if we aren’t careful. Thankfully, there is something we can do to keep our schedules from running over too far. We seem to have our foot on the gas pedal...


A Visit From a Hummingbird

Written by Andrea West

A tiny “hovercraft” swooped into my backyard searching for food. What can we learn from that hummingbird’s search for food? Our small backyard is surrounded by a tall privacy fence. A few...


Look, Grandma! I’m Swimming!

Written by Chant’a Collier

Have you ever thought you were good at something only to find out you were wrong? I learned this lesson by watching children take a swimming lesson.   In an attempt to start swimming for...


Life Lessons From Aunt Irene

Written by Pam Myers

Some tried-and-true life lessons from my 104-year-old Aunt Irene may serve as a springboard to help us create successful life habits! We all have family members that we adore, don’t we?...