Maidens by His design is a curriculum for young ladies that teaches how God has fearfully and wonderfully created their bodies.


We offer maternity services from midwifery to child birthing classes, all centered around God’s natural design.


Blessing God’s Way seeks to provide resources and services to help guide women through he process of menopause.

4 days ago

Blessing God's Way

Got out - praise God. 🌞😷🌞 Happy Palm Sunday... 🌿 ...

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5 days ago

Blessing God's Way

History repeats itself. Came across this poem written in 1869, reprinted during 1919 Pandemic.

This is Timeless....

It was written in 1869 by Kathleen O’Mara:

And people stayed at home
And read books
And listened
And they rested
And did exercises
And made art and played
And learned new ways of being
And stopped and listened
More deeply
Someone meditated, someone prayed
Someone met their shadow
And people began to think differently
And people healed.
And in the absence of people who
Lived in ignorant ways
Dangerous, meaningless and heartless,
The earth also began to heal
And when the danger ended and
People found themselves
They grieved for the dead
And made new choices
And dreamed of new visions
And created new ways of living
And completely healed the earth
Just as they were healed.

Reprinted during Spanish flu
Pandemic, 1919
Photo taken during Spanish flu

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1 week ago

Blessing God's Way

Notes for today:

Are we gripping onto God or is something gripping us?

"Nothing teaches us so much the preciousness of the Creator as when we learn the emptiness of all beside.", states Charles Spurgeon. He also explains, "And if it should happen that we ourselves become distressed and dispirited as we feel we never were so weak as we are now, never mind, friends; still hold on. For when the sinew is shrunk, the victory is near. Grasp with a tighter grip than ever. Let this be our resolution: 'I will not let thee go, except thou bless me.'"

James 4:8 - "Draw near to God and he will draw near to you."

I know I am trying to draw near and hold on. Anyone else?

The wrestling is strenuous, stifling, and all consuming at times. The grip of our challenges and trials can be suffocating and exhausting. But there is God, in the midst of it all. The author and finisher of our faith. Our strength to hold on comes from above and within. Both... and. We got this.

#coronavirus #reflections #holdon #emptinessofallbeside

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