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As Christians, we are to strive to honor God with how we dress. However, dressing modesty doesn’t mean we have to all dress the same! That would be so boring! Some girls may choose to only wear skirts. Some may choose that wearing leggings as pants is fine so long as their shirt covers their bottom. There are so many ways to dress modestly, and that’s why having a personalized modesty guide is soooo important. Before we begin, let’s have more »

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Whenever the question “Who would like to pray for us?” is asked, I always shift uncomfortably. My mind races a million miles per second. Say you will, Kara! Be brave! Volunteer! Why won’t my mouth move to say “yes”? Come on, I can do this… But it’s not just me shifting uncomfortably. As I look around the circle, others are avoiding eye contact with the leader too. No one wants to pray!  And at that point the leader says, “Alright, I more »

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Modesty: The word that makes many Christian girls cringe. It’s a word that implies rules and regulations and standards and oversized t-shirts. Yet, it’s also a word that’s essential to our lives. But I’m getting ahead of myself now. ;) What you’re about to read is the first installment in a 3 part series about modesty. Before we begin, I must make a confession and a few disclaimers: I originally didn’t want to write this post. In fact, I’ve been more »

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As a forewarning, this isn’t a happy post. But it’s a hopeful post.  Also, it’s a loooonnnnggg post. If you don’t have time, but want to know the gist of what I’m about to say, it’s summed up on my About page.  . . . Today we’re taking a break from the usual routine and I’m going to write a very personal post, because, well, I need to. You see, five years ago today, my 18 year old cousin died more »

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Do you ever find that when you attend a wedding, you get a bucket-load of ideas for your own far-off wedding? Me too. For instance, when of my cousins got married when I was 16, Aunt Nita (not my cousin’s mom, a different aunt) asked me if I had thought about my future wedding at all. Flustered, I couldn’t say that I had. What sort of info was she looking for here?? As if she had read my thoughts, Aunt more »