Secrets. What do we do with hurtful information we find out about our late husbands? Recently we received a private message from one of our readers about a very difficult subject. She had discovered some damaging information about her husband after his death. How should she handle this situation? I had a similar discussion with […]
About Elizabeth Dyer
Elizabeth Dyer makes her home in Oklahoma City. Here she raises her six children named after Bible characters, a dog named after a grandfather, and a cat named after a Formula 1 race car driver. After her husband was welcomed into Heaven in 2012, she has shared her travels along her grief journey with friends on this blog. God has been faithfully healing her and the children, providing arms of love from beautiful friends and family.
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You have a story. A story penned by God Himself. What is it? You may be a newer widow or a seasoned one. Whichever the case, God might just be prompting YOU to share part of your journey with other widows through our ministry by guest blogging for us. If you keep a journal, turn […]
My cell phone rang one afternoon. I glanced at the caller ID and saw it was one of my “widow sisters”. Our “small talk” was cut short when she jumped right into the reason for her calling. She felt awful because of a friendship that has been wounded. Remember all the times you have struggled […]
Today we welcome Marilyn Nutter as our guest blogger. If you are interested in submitting an application for guest blogging with us, follow the link at the end of Marilyn’s article. Do not conform to the pattern of this world, but be transformed by the renewing of your mind. Then you will be able […]
Be anxious for nothing… Philippians 4:6 NKJV “Be anxious…” Finally. A verse I can get behind! I have this down pat! I can be anxious. What? That’s not where the verse ends? “for NOTHING…” How is this even possible? Anxious for nothing? Do you even KNOW what I am dealing with? You might […]
Today we welcome our sister and former team writer Ami Wickiser to our blog. At the end of Ami’s post is a link for more information if you would like to guest blog for us. I watched her greet person after person, carried along by evident grace. She wanted it to be a celebration instead of a […]
If this be so, our God whom we serve is able to deliver us from the burning fiery furnace, and he will deliver us out of your hand, O king. But if not, be it known to you, O king, that we will not serve your gods or worship the golden image that you have set […]
Valentine’s Day. Along with our anniversary, this is one of those days on the calendar that we widows dread. Can we just skip this day? Pretend it doesn’t exist? One Valentine memory I have is when my husband, who rarely brought me flowers, had flowers delivered by some internet big-name company. They came nearly dead! […]
Please welcome our guest Erica Kosal today! Erica Kosal, PhD is an author, biology professor and mom to two young children. Erica lost her husband in June of 2014 after six years of fighting neurological chronic Lyme disease with overlapping ALS symptoms. Erica has written two books that highlight her relationship with Christ and the power of […]
Galatians 3:11 (The Message) The person who lives in right relationship with God does it by EMBRACING what God arranges for him. My mouth fell open. I sat in shock as the speaker seemed to look directly at me. How could she have known what God had been doing in my life for the past […]
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