Tag Archives: marriage

Dyed4you Canopy

Some of you may remember about 15 months ago the Father had me get rid of my canopy. At the time He let me replace it with a beautiful Dyed4you Art River of Life display including the matching silk. Continue reading

Honoring D4Y Mama

I was sitting with the Father one day and He said “it’s time to bless the mother of Dyed4you” (if you don’t know what I’m talking about, you may wanna watch the History of Dyed4you). I got excited because I love miss Donna and SO appreciate how the Father used her to birth this ministry! Continue reading

Marriage Ministry

Here I’m ministering with a pair of swing flags called Guarding the Covenant. Those who know my personal marriage testimony know this is a topic I am passionate about!  And when someone asked me if I would consider creating a marriage ministry video at the exact moment I had just finished these marriage swing flags and needed to demo them… well I felt Father’s hand at work. Continue reading

Promise Over a Husband

Scarf stories like this remind me why I love my job! I ask that as you read, you come into prayerful agreement with the word the Lord gave this woman about her husband. And for those who don’t know why this hits so close to home for me, you may want to read my marriage testimony too!

I ordered this scarf because I wanted something to go under my husband’s pillow. Something that would capture him. I really thought I would get a scarf that would kinda tell about who God had planned him to be. Like a proclamation. However I didn’t tell Meghan at all what I wanted this scarf for or why I was ordering it… nor did she ask me.
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A Class of Scarves

This is a long scarf story that happened over a period of about 5 months (January to May – sorry it took me so long to post!).  It is so beautiful and I love and am amazed at how God moves.  Let me start at the beginning… it all started when Reyna (a teacher at a Christian school) contacted me wanting to get scarves for all the students in her praise dance class (as well as one for herself and her teacher’s assistant). Continue reading