May 7, 2020

If you have any kind of church background, you are familiar with the story of Ruth. Even if you don't know the details of her life, you have heard her name before. Her words are directly quoted in a lot of wedding vows - "where you go I will go and where you lodge I wi...

March 31, 2020

At first introduction to Abigail in Scripture, we find her in 1Samuel 25. She is described as a very rich man, Nabal’s wife. She is said to be intelligent and beautiful in appearance. Note that her brains are mentioned before her beauty. Then we learn about David and N...

March 4, 2020

Sometimes you have to go through a season of loss, or barrenness, before you reach your season of expansion. Rachel knows all too well what it means to be barren before being expanded. There she was, minding her own business of being a shepherd for her father’s flock,...

February 5, 2020

Our vision for 2020 is expansion. Specifically, expansion by increase and pruning. We can already see the expansion taking place in this ministry, but how does expansion apply to our personal lives?

Expansion during the Old Testament included gaining more land. In 1 Chr...

November 1, 2019

With the coming of fall, comes the start of new bible study groups in our churches and the excitement of studying with familiar faces once a week. As we look for guidance and teaching let us not forget to learn to fish. It is often so easy to only go for the prepared m...

October 2, 2019

As we have recently entered the fourth quarter of 2019, one cannot help but to take stock of what has or has not transpired over the last 10 months (wow, where did the year go?). It seems like it was just yesterday that you were waiting on the ball to drop, counting do...

August 14, 2019

There are so many times that I wished that God makes sense. Literally, sometimes I wish He would do things that make the most sense in my logical mind so that my fear, doubt and apprehension would not even be a factor when He gives me a new set of instructions. But a G...

April 1, 2019

Our theme for this year in ministry here at Wives in Waiting is "Commitment." We have been genuinely asking ourselves the question "are you all in, all year?" The newness of the New Year lulls all of us into a elevated sense of productivity. Everyone starts the year wi...