Godly Women Blog


Don’t Lose Your Power

Written by Sherry Beilstein

Losing electricity doesn’t make for an ideal Mother’s Day. What can we learn from my “powerless” Mother’s Day? Have you ever lost power in your home? No lights, no heat or...


Abuse: Facing My Hardest Secret

Written by Lisa Dickey

One of the most terrible evils of this world can cause its innocent victims to endure fear and undeserved feelings of shame all alone. A survivor shares her story in hopes of helping...


The Onion

Written by Jennifer Bowman

I didn’t start crying until six layers into the onion. I don’t usually cry when peeling onions. Cutting them, yes, but not peeling them. But I don’t usually peel them layer by layer either. And with...


The Women of the Tabernacle

Written by Erica Golden

What can we learn from the wonderful example of women who willingly contributed to the work of preparing for God’s tabernacle? It’s fascinating to look at the various roles that women...


Do You Have a Bucket List?

Written by Judy Swanson

A bucket list can help us feel like we are accomplishing something important in our lives. But could it be that the items on our list that we can’t check off are the most important? Do...


Stop, Drop and Pray

Written by Chant’a Collier

Have you ever been asked to pray for someone and then forgot? A simple fire safety technique can help us always remember to pray for others in need. As a child, I was taught that if I...


Bible Reading Programs 2016, 2017 and 2018

Written by Susan Scott Smith

The 2018 Bible Reading Program has begun. Here are some lessons I learned from the past two years and a preview of this coming year of readings. Just when I think, “Whew, I made it...


The Devil Made Me Do It!

Written by Judy Swanson

How many times do we use such excuses to justify our behavior? Some may remember Flip Wilson on the Ed Sullivan Show many years ago when he gave a short satire of a wife coming home with...


Stay on the Road

Written by Andrea West

An experience from my childhood demonstrates the importance of living and staying in the true way of God. My parents were storytellers. They frequently told us stories from their...