After losing my grandfather to cancer, one of the things I felt was grateful. Grateful? Grateful for the death of my beloved Popsie? No, grateful for where I was spiritually
Leading girls is hard. Parents, mentors, and girls ministers everywhere have all probably thought this statement at one point or another. It’s true: girls can be a handful, particularly
Springtime has snuck up on us here in Nashville – and we couldn’t be happier! The sun has (finally) started making regular appearances again, and the weather is absolutely beautiful.
Several months ago, the Lord placed a call on my life to leave the student ministry that I had served with for several years. It was by far one of
What do you do when you have a volunteer end their time in ministry to a group of girls? We all hate goodbyes, but for girls this can be especially devastating.
Habits are hard to break and preferences are hard to stay away from. I think this is especially true when it comes to the way we execute girls ministry. Some
Waiting. I cringe at the sound of that word because I am horrible at it. I guess we can blame it on the culture we live in and we can
It is crazy to think we are about to enter 2016. Coming to a new year brings about crazy resolutions and goals. A new year reminds me of how God’s
Girls ministry blogs are popping up all over the place these days! I am so excited to see the excitement. I remember my first days on the job and I
I recently hit the one year mark of my first year as a full-time girls ministry director. I met the milestone with feelings of sadness (goodness that flew by too