Welcome, new friend!
I’m so glad you stopped by The Stay at Home Scribe, a blog for Christian Women. I’d love for you to stay.
I’m Renee, the author of the site. I realize you may have some questions about what goes on here at TSAHS.
This blog is for those who desire to grow in their walk with Him. This is a rant-free, inspirational place for ANY woman seeking encouragement as she dives deeper into finding her own identity in Christ.
Some of us work at home, some of us are looking for work. Some of us are mothers, some of us are not, and some of us are moms to furbabies! Some of us are married, divorced, or widowed. Some of us have never been married. Some of us are black. Some of us are white. Some of us are Baptist, Lutheran, or Methodist…and some of us have no church affiliation… It simply doesn’t matter, as we are united in Him.
As for me? I’m no biblical scholar, and…
I’m probably a lot like you:
I struggle. I fail. I overcome. I fall. I get up. I encourage. I need encouragement. I laugh. I cry. I learn. I forget. I love. I am rejected. I love again.
I am blessed.
I am complete in Christ–no matter what!
I’m an ordinary woman on an extraordinary journey to transcend mediocrity and finally start enjoying life and living it to the fullest, in abundance. (John 10:10) That doesn’t mean a life filled with materialistic things and asking God for worldly prosperity–not that kind of abundance. But an abundance that comes from growing in a deeper relationship with our Father, journeying to know who we are in Him that we would reflect His glory in our daily lives.
I’d love for us to encourage each other as we journey to know Him on a deeper level, find our true identity in Him, and put the things of God first in our lives.
If this place sounds like your new home, I’m honored. Please subscribe. I’ll send you a powerful tool to get you moving along the path He’d have you to travel. It’s free to you as my thank you.
I’m so thankful you’re here! Please know that I read every email. If you have a question or concern or would like a prayer partner, please drop me a line.
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