Moore(25of38)There is power in hope.

The effects of the fall surround us, even in our own homes and churches. 

But because of Jesus’ death and resurrection,
we have been born again to a living hope.

We have a God of hope who wants us to overflow with hope.

This site will provide you with fresh hope from God’s Word, meant to help you persevere with stamina and joy,
especially in your motherhood and ministry. 



Stay awhile and check out my About Me page or my top posts:
3 Ways I’m Learning To Be More Patient with my Kids
An Army Guy’s Story of Faith

Inconvenient Motherhood
Preparing My Mind for Labor & Delivery
5 Ways a Wise Woman Builds Her Home 
How the Bible Helps Me Live with a Chronic Illness
7 Ways to Overcome the Comparison Game
How to Love Your Man, Especially on His Birthday 
Finding Life as I Lay Mine Down in Motherhood

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13 thoughts on “Home

  1. Courtney, this site is beautiful–just like you! Thank you for continuing to notify me when you have posted a blog, as I love reading them and seeing your heart for God. Love you!

    1. Aunt Jeanie, your kind words mean so much to me! Thank you for wanting to read them and thank for loving me!! =)

  2. Thank you so much for the beautiful blessings that you sent my way today; I continue to need your blessings day by day.
    May God Continue to Bless and Keep You and Your Beautiful Family.
    In God’s Love,

    1. Jean, I am so thankful I get be a part of your encouragement. Would love to see you soon & give you some love in person. Blessing and God’s peace & strength to you as well.

  3. Courtney, this is absolutely beautiful! I love your heart for sharing the gifts God has given you, and Psalm 4:6 is one of my favorites. I look forward to looking over more of your blog. May the Lord bless you and keep you.

  4. Courtney, I had to write. My daughter-in-law is a Courtney and her son is named Luke. She is married to a pastor, my son, Brad. Luke has seizures and does not speak. He had a seizure recently in a pool. If he had not had on a life jacket, he might have drowned. Luke is 15. Please pray for Luke, Courtney and Brad. Read your story in our devotion book. Bless you and your ministry.

    1. Thanks so much for reaching out, Everett. I will definitely remember to pray for Courtney, Brad and Luke. So thankful he was wearing that life jacket!

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