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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
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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: Eleisha O’Farrell Silence is one of the most uncomfortable things we experience as humans. Why is that? Possibly, it is because we have music and video streaming services right at our fingertips. Maybe, it is because we are mothers and teachers who are surrounded by noise for long periods of time, so silence
Article by: Erin Myers Do you struggle to find time in your day to dig into God’s Word? There’s a saying that goes: Something that can be done at any time is often done at no time. I think that Bible Study can easily fit into this category. We all know how beneficial reading and
This 6-Week Hymn-Inspired Bible Study Is Now Available On-Demand! Are you longing for more peace and joy in your daily life? Do you crave a deep, sustaining relationship with your Creator? Sarah Koontz invites you to join us for “It Is Well,” a free online Bible study inspired by beloved hymns. Reserve your spot today,
Article By: Jazmin Frank “For the word of God is living and active, sharper than any two-edged sword, piercing to the division of soul and of spirit, of joints and of marrow, and discerning the thoughts and intentions of the heart.” Hebrews 4:12 (ESV) Hebrews 4:12 is a familiar passage, often quoted when we talk
By: Kristine Bolt I stared at my friend in shock for a few seconds, then my face crumpled. A sob escaped my lips, and I doubled over on her living room floor. My body heaved as I struggled to get myself under control. My friend hadn’t sucker-punched me, and she hadn’t delivered bad news. She’d
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,