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How To Deal With Not Winning.

In Inspiration by Kristen Dalton Wolfe13 Comments

Being a runner up myself numerous times, there are questions like, “How could I have felt so strongly that I was ready for this and I didn’t win?” “Why is this not my year?” “Is this not your will for my life, God?” “What direction will I go now?” “Did I not prepare the right way?” “Should I even bother competing again?” I started to realize how many other girls feel this way.

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Recover Your Calling

In Inspiration by Kristen Dalton Wolfe3 Comments

“Creativity is seeing something that doesn’t exist already. You need to find out how you can bring it into being and that way be a playmate with God.” Michelle Shea I started reading this fantastic book called The Artist’s Way, an interactive guide to restoring your creativity. I was hesitant to start reading it because I didn’t consider myself to …

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Is Jealousy Taking Your Joy?

In Inspiration by Kristen Dalton Wolfe5 Comments

Almost every woman struggles with one common and tough theme: JEALOUSY. It starts in grade school and never really ends. That’s why we are able to have such wildly successful reality shows about housewives and why there is cyber bullying and girls who spread rumors about each other. When I’m feeling overwhelmed with jealousy, I keep myself in check with this verse…

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Overcoming Cheating and Shame

In Inspiration by Kristen Dalton Wolfe1 Comment

A woman who had been cheated on by her husband had a revelation one day. He had broken their covenant once and she had forgiven him hoping to reconcile their intimacy and trust. But, she was baffled when she discovered more incriminating incidents even after they had rekindled a new-found passion and what seemed to be momentous healing between them.

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3 Ways to Decide If Your Friends Are Keepers

In Inspiration by Kristen Dalton Wolfe3 Comments

The author of The 4 Hour Work Week (www.fourhourworkweek.com) says, “You are the average of the 5 people who spend the most time with.” How are your friends influencing you? The people you spend your time with can be a sensitive subject. But if you want to live a life that is free, joyful and prosperous, making an evaluation of …

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5 Reasons Why Purity is Powerful

In Inspiration by Kristen Dalton Wolfe11 Comments

Just because our culture has made it “normal” does not mean it is for our benefit. The desires that we are tempted by and give into in the moment are the things that eventually weigh us down, that leave us with regret and shame. Save yourself unnecessary damage. Living in purity is living in freedom.

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Breaking Intimidation: Getting Past Your Past

In Inspiration by Kristen Dalton Wolfe4 Comments

One of the biggest ways the enemy threatens you is through intimidation. The last thing he wants is for you, a chosen daughter of the King, to move past your past. We have all made mistakes or decisions we are not so proud of in hindsight. Thankfully, through Christ, those things have been erased in His sight and we have …

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Stop and Stare: Discover How to Be That Girl

In Inspiration by Kristen Dalton Wolfe6 Comments

One night when I was laying in bed, I asked God to show me His message. I knew he had a message to speak for women, and I was seeking his desire. Instantly, the verse, “she is more precious than rubies” scripted across my mind. As I spoke it out loud, I stopped at “she is more…” And that is …

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Have You Lost Your Drive? 3 Ways to Get Refueled!

In Inspiration by Kristen Dalton Wolfe2 Comments

I’m sitting here on the plane this morning feeling a little defeated. My INFJ personality type, as described in the Myers Briggs Personality Test, is to bite off more than I can chew and then to chew too fast. I have this big dream and vision for creating an online publication, writing books and speaking to teens and women on …

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Your Revealing Power: The Key to Freedom

In Inspiration by Kristen Dalton Wolfe4 Comments

I am a new creation in Christ. The old has gone, the new has come. ~ 1 Corinthians 5:17 Many of us are conditioned our whole life to portray that everything is okay on the outside. In the culture I was raised, you deal with everything behind closed doors. It is because there is a fear of judgment or ridicule. …