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Awesome Grandmothers

Helping women live higher
by overcoming life’s difficult challenges
Pour or Poor

Pour or Poor

You can be poor not only in dollars, but emotionally, physically and spiritually. If you have a mindset of lack you will lean towards lack, expecting nothing better. You may feel incomplete, empty, inadequate or unloved, but the Lord is near the brokenhearted, He...

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Faith Full God

Faith Full God

Faith seems difficult to grasp, hard to believe we have it, or have enough. When really you walk in faith all the time. Faith that the air you breathe will keep you oxygenated, faith that the driver on the highway will not swerve in front of you. Hebrews 11:1 says...

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Powerful Places

Powerful Places

P Are you overwhelmed with too many places togo, to see or to know? A place can be where you work or play, an area of personal contentment, purpose or passion. It can be a location or geography. It can even be in the belly of a great fish where it’s stinky, slimy or...

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Waiting Is Worth The Wait

Waiting Is Worth The Wait

What do you do if you feel wiped out, weak, worn or weary? You wait. But don’t wait in the weakness hoping something will change. Wait expectantly and hopefully! Believe that the God who created everything gives power to the faint, and increases strength to the weak. Here’s 3 tips that making waiting worth the wait!

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Freedom From Forgiveness

Freedom From Forgiveness

When your life is shattered, it won’t seem like it but the ruins can be rebuilt. How do you forgive someone who has stolen from you resulting in loss of life, innocence or relationship? It’s hard to forgive, but . . . there is a way to healing and happiness.

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From Brokenness To Wholeness

From Brokenness To Wholeness

 It was a day of disaster. My grandson fell twenty-three feet through a hole in the roof at work. As Craigen fell he had enough time to think “This is it!” As he lay broken on the cement his co-worker was in shock and he had to tell him to call an ambulance. They did not expect him to survive. There is hope! Five tips for navigating tough times.

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