Confession-I have more Bibles than I have pairs of shoes. And I have a lot of shoes.
Not like a shoe hoarder or anything, but I do seem to have a growing collection of black shoes. I’m always on the look out for the perfect pair, not too boring, not too trendy, not too high, and definitely not too expensive. You would think by now I would have figured out there is no perfect pair of black shoes. Yet, my hope goes on. Read More
I have a lot of questions. All the time. About everything. Sometimes it might even sound like I’m arguing, but what I’m really after is the best answer to my questions. Questions matter, and so does the quality of the answer. Read More
It’s May and you know what that means…okay, it means a lot of things and one of those things is Mother’s Day. I’m sure you have your mini donut bar planned out for mom’s breakfast, complete with a photo banner of special mom moments and a pedicure coupon. No? Here’s some help from your friends at Three Ladies for all you last minute Mothers Day shoppers-it's our first annual
~Buy This For Your Mom list!~ Read More
We asked wise women in different decades of life the question “If you had a list of a few books every Christian woman should read, what would be on it?” Many responded with the same titles from the youngest to the eldest. Here are their answers, with some quotes directly from the women themselves.
Here it is, The 2018 Resource List! Some of these titles you may remember from reviews we have done this past year (see the links), and some we will be posting reviews on in the coming months so be sure to subscribe below so you don't miss out. As always these titles are linked directly to purchase options from affiliate site Amazon.com. We hope you enjoy and find something special to add to your collection.
Love, MaryAnne, Ashley & Audrey Read More
It's spring and maybe you haven't noticed but this is the time of year when the wedding shower and baby shower invitations start filling up the mailbox. I'm a firm believer in sticking to the registry (they make it for a reason after all) when buying for these occasions but I do like to include something a little personal. So while I'm all for getting you the six pack of pacifiers in pink rose or the set of organic baby bibs with hipster sayings, today I'm sharing my latest find that will make any Mama-to-be swoon. Read More
Are you new here? Maybe haven’t taken the grand tour of the site yet? If you haven’t explored the part of the site titled Categories, you probably haven’t seen The Lists. That is where you will find the recommended resources we provide at our churches annual women’s retreat. Some years the retreat theme is well represented in the list, some years not so much but every year’s list is full of previewed, prayed over resources we hope you will find to be profitable reads.
Last year’s list included something new. In addition to our usual categories, we asked a select group of wise and godly women who were in different seasons of life this question-“If you had a list of a few books every Christian woman should read, what would be on it?” Some of the titles they recommended were listed by multiple women as books that influenced them greatly.
Lies Women Believe and the Truths That Set Them Free was one of those books, and a particular favorite of two of the ladies of lit. In fact, both of us have read it more than once. Or twice. Okay, multiple times. Originally released in 2001, an updated and expanded edition has just been released. If you read the original, you will find even more value in the new edition! Read on to find out why. Read More
Hello readers! It's Audrey and I'm here to tell you all about a new collection of books that I'm super duper excited about. Remember the Baby Lit Book Collection of primers I told you about a long time ago? Well, over the years me and my brother's collection has gotten pretty big (thanks mom) and we love them! We have everything from Little Woman to the Odyssey and now that I'm older I get to help read them to my brother. The other day an Amazon box arrived at the house and I knew since it was my Mom who ordered it that it was either books or diapers. Since it didn't look like diapers I guessed books and I was right! Read More
I have a friend who is passionate about something that I think is crazy. She loves to hike, as do I, but she does the kinds of hikes where you are out in the wilderness for several weeks ALONE. I do the kind of hikes where you can easily swing into a good burger joint afterwards and be home by dark. Despite saying I think she is crazy, I’m actually really envious of her bravery and skill. As an introvert I sure don’t mind alone time, but what she does brings a new meaning to alone. Some of us choose to be alone, and some of us would have never expected the alone we find ourselves in. And a lot of the latter are single moms. Read More
If you are of a certain age you may remember the intro to the Wide World of Sports, a program I loved to watch with my dad every weekend. The intro included the tag line “the thrill of victory, and the agony of defeat” while showing footage of a ski jumper crashing in a heap on the ramp. It was sort of agony to watch that crash, you could almost feel the pain of the jumper. It was then that I determined ski jumping was one sport I would never attempt. I did however, take up equine sports which have their fill of agony so it’s not like I avoided pain. Read More