Women supporting women through life’s milestones

Because growing in faith shouldn’t feel like you’re struggling alone


Change can be frightening, especially when self-doubt makes you question who you are. The key is finding others who will embrace the new you and share how they have struggled.

A Spirit of Grace offers retreats and online resources to connect women with common beliefs and challenges. Together, they grow confident in what God has planned for the future.

Blog Posts

  • Thursday, October 27, 2022 - 08:37
    When I changed my online business name to A Spirit of Grace, I didn't fully understand why this title kept coming to the surface each time I sat and prayed about it.  I knew the time had come for me to give all of myself to God, and not just the parts I wanted Him to have.  I was aware of the amount of grace that He had given me in my life - which was often not deserved.  Yet, my mind and heart continued to struggle to create blogs posts that would not only show God's amazing grace but how that grace passed from person to person in daily life.  So, instead...
  • Tuesday, August 24, 2021 - 15:24
    Now, this is what the Lord Almighty says: give careful thought to your ways. Haggai 1:5   For many years God has been speaking to me about being aware and careful about my ways.  He knows that my ways haven't always been His ways, which has caused difficulty in my life. God is not just calling me to be careful in some of my mays.  He is calling me to be careful in all of my ways!  That means I am to consider Him in all that I do. I'm not one of those people who always thinks before she speaks or acts.  I have longed to be: a woman who speaks...
  • Tuesday, August 24, 2021 - 15:08
    I can do all things through Christ who strengthens me. Philippians 4:13   The older I get, I seem to have a better understanding of this verse. Age has taught me to rely more on Jesus and less on myself.  I've come to realize that I need God-like strength to handle all that life throws at me. When I was younger, I would often rely on my strength. During times filled with anger, sadness, hurt, and regret, I relied on myself to wrestle with my emotions. If a family member had a crisis, I'd weep, worry, being filled with anxiety, then attempt to help. I'd...

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