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We help women to discover, and celebrate, who God created them to be.

Wholehearted Living involves loving yourself, God and others with all your heart. Can you imagine what it would feel like to love and like yourself, rather than being your own biggest critic; to live with nothing to fear, nothing to lose and nothing to prove? It sounds so simple, but day-to-day do you find yourself living wholeheartedly?

To do so requires decluttering; getting rid of the stuff that weighs you down and causes resistance to the life God has prepared for you. As you make your way along the Wholehearted Living journey, you’ll gain tools to declutter your relationship with yourself, with food, your body and ultimately, with God.


Living Wholeheartedly as Life Changes

                Two yeas ago, I was pretty content with most of the relationships in my life, and believed that I was satisfying my requirements as a Christian.  However, after digging deeper, I discovered there was much more. I discovered what it means to be more aware and complete; […]

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Do You Want to Run and Hide?

            We all face tension, whether in our jobs, families, friends or other relationships.  We live in a fallen world, and until we reside in Heaven, we will encounter some challenges.  John 16:33 says, “In this world you will have trouble.  But take heart!  I have overcome the world.” The […]

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Saying No and Making Room for Rest this Fall

Written by: Ingrid G. Certified Heart Coach   Can you feel that, friends? It’s routine and new rhythms headed our way! It’s out with softball, swimming lessons, and days at the pool – and in with school, football practice, dance, church meetings, fall book club, holiday planning… (INSERT DEEP BREATH HERE). Wait a minute. Who […]

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