To Be a Woman

It is of supreme importance to talk about the Feminine Abilities and to try to give them the honor and respect that is their due, because they are so often disdained in our culture. I wonder sometimes, however, that if we focus so much on those things, if we might run the risk of making…

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How Do We Support Those Who Make Bad Decisions?

This week, we have a guest post from Meagan Weber, a powerful woman with an amazing story. To learn more about Meagan, you can read her testimony: https://www.lifesitenews.com/news/sex-drugs-abuse-and-suicide-my-journey-from-the-darkness-to-pro-life-activi To keep up to date with Meagan, follow her on FaceBook: https://www.facebook.com/MegWeberFromtheAshes?ref=ts&fref=ts If you are interested in having Meagan speak at your event on the topic of Assisted…

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How to Heal Broken Sisterhood

I was in the middle of the most physically and emotionally difficult year of my life. My health had been shaky, I was battling chronic pain and having difficulty finding foods that didn’t send my stomach into spasms. My fifth child was six months old and I was experiencing post-partum depression for the first time….

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Will The Men of the Natural Fertility Revolution Please Stand Up?

It is becoming increasingly clearer with time and research that the magic birth control Pill sold to women as the answer to all sexual inequity is merely a cancer causing, stroke starting, problem masking, and fertility decreasing mess of a “medication”. It hasn’t helped women become any more self actualized and in reality has created…

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Together For Life!

On September 17th, the Guiding Star Project partnered with The ProLife Center at The University of St Thomas to host our Together For Life fundraiser in the Twin Cities. Abby Johnson was our main speaker and we were so honored to have her help share the vision of the Guiding Star Project. As the former…

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The Disempowerment of Women

Parenting experts often discuss the importance of how parents talk to their children. Parents are reminded to keep discussions positive and to uplift children by our encouragement and trust in their abilities. Call a child stupid or worthless often enough, the child will believe it and live up to the label. On the other hand,…

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Struggling Mommy

I’m a stay at home mommy.  I wanted it this way.  I would never want that to change.  But there are times when I find myself looking over the fence.  The greener pastures look oh, so green compared to what I’m standing on. My youngest son was just diagnosed with a corn allergy.  It’s left…

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Investing in Friends

Recently I had an encounter with a friend I had not seen in years. It started as a friendly Facebook message, “Hey can I get your phone number?” Excited to catch up with her  as it had been a few years I shared it with her and said “Call anytime!” The next day I saw…

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