in style

Shopping Small

02 May 2012

by Alexandra Evjen Whether it’s a birthday, Mother’s Day, an anniversary or a graduation gift, we are often looking for small, special things to give friends and loved ones. Many times we end up resorting to gift cards because we are unsure of what they want and we don’t want to disappoint them. But when I think back to the gifts that I have received...

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in joy

Water the Grass

01 May 2012

by Natalie Lynn Borton [photo credit] I have a confession for you: I’m a “grass is always greener” person. I really wish that wasn’t the case, but the perfectionist in me is always seeking out what could be better and make me feel happier. I always want to do my best, and make life as ideal as possible, and as I result I can often...

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in Christina Stolaas, grace, Guest Bloggers, worth

Waves of Mercy

27 Apr 2012

by Christina Stolaas This week I got an opportunity to spend some time in one of my favorite places for spring break: the beach. No scene in my mind is as peaceful as blue skies, the glorious warmth of sun rays, sparkling soft white sand and bluish -green waves rhymetically hitting the shore. I love to run, so the opportunity to get away from the...

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in Guest Bloggers, worth

Shoes that Fit

26 Apr 2012

by Jonalyn Grace Fincher NOTE FROM THE EDITOR: Today’s post excites me more than words can fully express. What you are about to read is an excerpt from Jonalyn Grace Fincher’s first book Ruby Slippers: How the Soul of a Woman Brings Her Home, one of my all-time favorites and one that I find myself recommending to someone new nearly every week. Jonalyn is inspirational,...

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in Guest Bloggers, worth

Dear Fear of What Others Think

25 Apr 2012

by Jesse Rice Dear Fear-Of-What-Others-Think, I am sick of you and it’s time we broke up. I know we’ve broken up and gotten back together about a bazillion times, but seriously, Fear-Of-What-Others-Think (or FOWOT, for short), this is it. We’re breaking up. Because I’m tired of over-thinking my status updates on Facebook, trying to sound more clever, funny, important. And I’m tired of wondering which...

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in body image, book review, scripture, worth

WM Bible Study Series: Available for Pre-order!!

24 Apr 2012

by Natalie Lynn Borton Girls, we have some very exciting news to share with you today. After months of hard work, overcoming writers’ block, editing, and then some, we finally have something to show for it: an official bible study series with two books, both of which are now available for pre-order with free shipping in the wmBoutique: Wonderfully Made: Healthy Eating and Abundant Living...

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in beauty

Open Your Eyes and See the Beauty

23 Apr 2012

by Natalie Lynn Borton “Every time you feel in God’s creatures something pleasing and attractive, do not let your attention be arrested by them alone, but, passing them by, transfer your thought to God and say: ‘O my God, if Thy creations are so full of beauty, delight and joy, how infinitely more full of beauty, delight and joy art Thou Thyself, Creator of all!'”...

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in dating and relationships, from a guy's perspective, Jeff Bethke, love

Sex, Marriage & Fairytales

20 Apr 2012

by Jeff Bethke Marriage today is struggling. Divorces, adultery, misconceptions, etc are plaguing not only the marriage itself but products of those marriages (my generation and the next). My hope in this poem is to highlight the most frequent and problematic issues marriages face today while also pointing to Jesus as the ultimate healer, redeemer, and restorer of every marriage. Whether single or married, my...

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in WM spotlight

WM Spotlight: Nicole Bromley (Part Two)

19 Apr 2012

by Rachel Johnson We’re back with more on Nicole Bromley, the incredibly inspiring motivational speaker and author who founded OneVOICE Enterprises. In the previous post, we learned about Nicole’s past and the events that led up to the creation of her foundation. Now we get to take a look into Nicole’s life as a mentor, a speaker, an author, and a leader. P.S. Not only...

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in WM spotlight

WM Spotlight: Nicole Bromley (Part One)

18 Apr 2012

by Rachel Johnson NOTE FROM ALLIE: Hey Girls! We’re so excited to feature our dear friend Nicole Bromley for our newest “WM Spotlight.” Nicole and I first got connected 5 years ago when I invited her to speak at our SCU Chapter’s annual spring event. Since then myself and our team have been absolutely smitten with her. Though we’re separated by dozens of states and...

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in freedom, grace, love, worth

Life or Death

17 Apr 2012

NOTE FROM THE EDITOR: Below is a personal testimony from Christie, a beloved Wonderfully Made Executive Team member. It is raw, honest, powerful and true, and intended to provide perspective. To learn more about Christie’s story and the freedom she’s experienced from her past, please watch her HerStory film here. [photo credit] I had two abortions at Planned Parenthood. One when I was 15 and...

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in scripture

You’re Not Alone in Feeling Alone

16 Apr 2012

by Kati Smith [photo credit] Tucked away in the most unassuming of places on my college campus was a chapel. Only four small pews deep and heavy with silence, this place served a hideaway. There were 100 girls my age living on my same floor in the dorms, sharing the same hallway, the same bathrooms, and the same rickety old washing machine. And yet, I...

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in beauty, Guest Bloggers, joy, worth

Count it All Joy

13 Apr 2012

by Kate Wenzel NOTE FROM WM: Sometimes a photo just grabs you in way that changes you. That’s what happened when I stumbled across this captivating shoot by Kate Wenzel. As you’ll see, the photos speak for themselves. Love, Allie “Count it all joy, my brothers, when you meet trials of various kinds, for you know that the testing of your faith produces steadfastness. And...

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in Raquel Rodriguez, women of the bible

Mary of Bethany: Fragrance of Christ

12 Apr 2012

by Raquel Rodriguez Meanwhile, Jesus was in Bethany at the home of Simon. While He was eating, a woman came in with a beautiful alabaster jar of expensive perfume made from essence of nard. She broke open the jar and poured the perfume over his head. Some of those at the table were indignant. “Why waste such expensive perfume?” they asked. “It could have been...

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in worth

Knit Together: From Conception to Birth

11 Apr 2012

by Natalie Lynn Borton Although the idea of having children anytime soon absolutely freaks me out—I definitely don’t feel prepared to raise a little one quite yet—I’ve always been one fascinated by pregnancy and human development. Does anybody else thinks it’s both wild and miraculous that women can grow human beings inside of them? What’s most beautiful about it is the way God allows us...

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in WM spotlight

WM Spotlight: Kyla Kiser

10 Apr 2012

by Rachel Johnson I remember so many of my favorite teachers from my school days – Mrs. Denker in second grade, Mr. Hamilton in sixth grade, Mr. Aquino in high school, Dr. Banks and Elizabeth Godburn in college. Truth be told, I can’t remember the lesson plans they prepared, the books we read, or the tests we took. No, the things I remember most about...

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in grace, love, scripture

The Relentless Love of God: Hosea Love Story, Part Six

09 Apr 2012

by Natalie Lynn Borton Today we finish out our series surrounding The Hosea Love Story with part six: the relentless love of God. This final video is based on Hosea 14, and described as such (emphasis added): Finally Gomer has returned to Hosea. Sliding the ring back on her finger she has accepted his invitation to come back home and live back in the covenant...

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in Uncategorized

Love Beckons Us Home: Hosea Love Story, Part 5

06 Apr 2012

by Allie Marie Smith Happy Good Friday, girls! Be sure to check out this Good Friday post from our archives. And please take 2 seconds to VOTE for us to win up to a $10,000 grant. We hope you’ve been impacted this week by the story of Hosea. We’ll be posting the final film, part 6 tomorrow. Here in part 5, “Gomer is battling her...

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in Uncategorized

Redemptive Love: Hosea Love Story, Part Four

05 Apr 2012

by Natalie Lynn Borton Hey Girls! Hopefully you’ve had a chance to watch the first three short films in this modern-day adaptation of the Hosea Love Story. Here in part four, Gomer is wrapped up in the depth of her brokenness, and Hosea knows what it will take to get her back. Redemptive Love goes in eyes open, knowing everything. God does not redeem us...

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in Uncategorized

Unrelenting Love: Hosea Love Story, Part Three

04 Apr 2012

by Allie Marie Smith Hey Girls! We hope you’ve been enjoying this mini film series and encourage you to dive in to the Old Testament book of Hosea this week. “The book of Hosea is a love story – real, tragic and true. Transcending the tale of a young man and wife, it tells of God’s love for his people and the response of his...

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