There are moments in your life that define who you are and set you on a path you did not expect to walk. It could be the birth of a child, your wedding day, a near death experience, or the loss of a loved one. For me, it was the loss of my mother. My mom was diagnosed with breast cancer when I … [Read more...] about Karen, 53, Mortgage Broker
September often brings with it a feeling of melancholy for me. Despite the cozy feels and the beauty of the fall leaves and the urge to be in the kitchen baking, the melancholy still comes. I think a lot of people deal with this shift in mood when summer closes. The amount of sun to enjoy gets … [Read more...] about How Long Will You Forget Me?
I believe I am a kind and loving person. I haven't really struggled with showing love to others I have known in the past, even those I have not known... but today I am finding myself needing Jesus to help me love some individuals in my life. It's safe to say we all hurt those we love, maybe not … [Read more...] about Called To Love
For most of my life I have lived hiding behind the various hats I wear. I have struggled with self-esteem issues and depression for the greater part of my 43 years. One of my earliest memories involves the feeling of shame for something I did wrong. I did well in school as a child and the teacher … [Read more...] about Tricia, 43, Educator
Sometimes it feels like God is only interested in the big things. That we should only ask Him for things that are crucial, life and death. Things big enough to be worthy of His attention. I am blessed with family and friends and resources while there are people all over the world suffering far more … [Read more...] about Big and Small Things
We who are writing at Well Christian Woman have big shoes to fill. When Rod asked me to write I was SO excited and honoured to be a part of the vision and the ministry that Kimberly started here and help continue the work that God asked her to do. But then I started thinking. And like always, I … [Read more...] about Big Shoes To Fill