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At Living by Design Ministries, we believe God’s Word is the only source of absolute truth in a world that praises tolerance and ambiguity. We exist to help women of all ages open their Bibles, understand what they are reading, and apply the freeing truths to their lives. – Sarah Koontz, Founder
The Living by Design Blog
Articles on the Living by Design Blog are packed with heart-focused content, practical solutions for real-life, and Bible-based training. The Bible is packed with spiritual nourishment; our aim is to provide resources to help you break it down into bite-sized pieces that are easy to digest.
Article by: Jessica Jenkins Do you ever get angry? I sure do. Daily something happens which results in my pulse increasing, and that familiar energy rising in my chest. Usually, my angry feelings are focused on my children. Maybe your anger focuses elsewhere—on your husband, your co-worker, your boss, neighbor, friend, or enemy. As Christians,
I need thee every hourMost gracious LordNo tender voice like thineCan peace afford I am overcome by my own smallness. My lack. My need. I need thee, O I need thee;every hour I need thee;O bless me now, my Savior,I come to thee. My eyes drift upward in search of something more. I need thee
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Article by: Danita Jenae I’ll never forget the first time I heard the foreign concept of having a prayer partner. We were a new military family in town, and my husband was deployed overseas. I was struggling with isolation, postpartum depression, and desperately searching for any semblance of confidence in my mothering. Honestly, I felt
Article by: Ginger Harrington Are you a worrier or a self-doubter when it comes to your own life? Do you ever feel weary under the weight of an emotional struggle? If so, maybe you can relate to questions I asked God one morning as I burrowed deeper into the covers still warm from sleep. Lord,
Article by: Cassie Lynn Douglas As we await the restart of our normal life, it’s a great time to re-evaluate our 2020 goals, as a few things might have changed since January 1. While this time during the COVID-19 pandemic is hard, it is also temporary. I believe this virus will become less prevalent as we find