1. I am very sorry to read about losing your mom, and the rough December you had with health. There are no words to truly console, but I truly hope you’re able to find peace in your heart that your precious mom is in a place more beautiful than we can imagine and with our Heavenly Father. I love what you’re doing and hope to someday grow my blog into something similar as I feel it is my calling. You’re inspiring. XO

  2. Jolene, I’m so sorry to hear of your difficult December, especially your mom’s passing. My prayers are with you. My wonderful, Godly dad passed away two years ago and it is a very hard loss..miss his voice and wisdom and hugs. May you sense God’s nearness now.

  3. I’m so sorry to hear about the loss of your mother, your illness, and all of the other difficulties you’ve had. You and your family are in my prayers at this time. Please know that you and your blog have been such a blessing to me.. and I’m a single gal! Keep doing what you’re doing because you’ve touched more lives than you know.

  4. Jolene

    I’m so sorry for your loss and for the hard time you had with your health and everything else. I am quite inspired by how you have managed to go on in spite of everything you were going through. It is teaching me to continue going on also whether things are hard on me or not. Thank you for mentoring through your actions as well as your words!!

  5. Hi Jolene, I just “discovered” you while searching for help in my marriage–wanting to know more about becoming the wife God intends me to be. I appreciate all the teachings I’ve listened to and read about so far. Thank you! My heart goes out to you concerning the difficult months you’ve had. I truly understand and know it’s only God’s strength that carries us forward in those things. I hope you feel rested and ready for 2017 and I look forward to more teaching and guidance. May the Holy Spirit speak understanding and wisdom to you as you mentor and teach; in Titus I believe “older” doesn’t necessarily mean in time, but perhaps in spirit. Thank you! I am still learning at 48 and over 20 years a Christian.

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