Paula Hendricks Marsteller has worked at Revive Our Hearts with Nancy Leigh DeMoss for nine years, where she serves as Writing and Editorial Manager. She graduated from the Moody Bible Institute in 2005 with a degree in Print Communication, and her first book was released last year: Confessions of a Boy-Crazy Girl: On Her Journey from Neediness to Freedom . Paula loves all things words: public speaking, reading, blogging, journaling, and hanging out with people, indulging her insatiable curiosity by asking lots of questions. You can connect with her at PaulaWrites.com.
If I replay the tape of my life, I see how I’m always choosing the best for myself—claiming the soft bed over the hard floor; choosing the corner piece of cake with gobs and gobs of frosting...
Most people don’t want to look and smell filthy on the outside. But inside . . . that’s another story altogether!
What are you secretly (or not so secretly) most proud of spiritually? What makes you feel better than other people? Are these areas where you’re trusting in your own righteousness?
Yesterday I shared four things I learned from entering a pageant. Not a pageant like you see on TV, mind you; this one was held in a field the first year and a barn the second year.
Most little girls dream of gliding down a runway in a flowing gown and a glittering crown. Most grown-up girls know they’re not beauty queens and mutter under their breath about "those airheads competing on stage."