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Mind the Gap

For a long time, it felt like an abstract idea. As a senior English Major, people would ask about my post-grad plans. My answer was always the same: “I’m going to take a gap year, move back home, apply for law school. I’ll probably get a job at Starbucks or something.”


Milk and Honey Magazine explains the importance of praying for a community of girls who love Jesus!

The Beauty of Community

Years ago, I self diagnosed myself with major trust issues. For too long I held up a wall, a high and mighty wall that kept people out. I did not take time to get to know them and I never gave them a proper chance to get to know me. Either I thought too highly of myself, or not enough about myself to be in relationship people. And man, was I sorely mistaken. God began to open my eyes to the importance of community. He began to take me by the hand, gently reminding me how much I need people in my life.


Milk and Honey Magazine thinks you can be a fantastic role model to encourage young women to become women of faith, integrity, class, and courage. Take them to a movie, do a Bible study, or grab a Starbucks coffee and tell them what you wish you knew at their age!

Becoming a Mentor

“Two people are better off than one, for they can help each other succeed.” (Ecclesiastes 4:9)

The Bible is clear: to live a rich, abundant Christian life, we need to be built up by wiser, older women, and we also need to pour out that wisdom into younger Christians, acting as spiritual mentors. In Titus, Paul talks about what our lives should look like and how we should encourage others, saying “the older women must train the younger women…to live wisely and be pure” (Titus 2:7).


Milk and Honey Magazine explains how to DIY for your Halloween costumes this October 31st! Be crafty, go to thrift stores, and wear fun makeup!

DIY Halloween Costumes Ü

Halloween is almost here and that means many of us will be scrambling to get our costumes together last minute. Ever since I can remember I have been spending the nights leading up to my favorite holiday with a hot glue gun in hand making my vision come to life. There’s something so much more gratifying about putting on the costume that you made yourself rather than one you picked up from a costume store. Let’s all be original and get crafty this year, here are some tips and tricks to keep in mind while planning out your DIY!


Milk and Honey Magazine explains how a Godly wife can encourage and support her husband whom works in ministry. Pray for him, listen to him, and create a restful environment! You are his rock, lovely girl.

Lovin' Your Ministry Man

I’m the wife of a campus minister, which means our lives are gloriously chaotic. Sometimes my husband, Nathanael, leaves our house at 7:30 AM and isn’t able to come back until 11 PM because his day is packed full of college events, managing a Christian Campus House that’s home to almost 70 guys, and meeting with students over coffee or tacos. Sometimes we look at our calendars, trying frantically to find a free weekend between retreats, outreaches, and other events for the students.


Milk and Honey Magazine fall guide for warm weather! Watch a Halloween movie, create a pumpkin smoothie, and buy a pretty scarf! Enjoy, lovely girl!

Warm Weather Fall Guide

Fall, the coziest and most magical season of the year, is finally upon us! Autumn’s approach conjures up images of crisp weather, changing leaves, and stylish layered outfits.

For those of us who live in warmer locales, it can be difficult to justify wearing giant sweaters or drinking steaming-hot apple cider. But even without a chill in the air, the magic of Fall is within reach. Here are some fun ways to embrace the new season without leaving your neighborhood!


Milk and Honey Magazine explains how God can turn a boring life into a fun, exciting life! Just trust in Jesus!

A Vibrant Life

Is life becoming bland? Are you sick of mercilessly going through the motions of a daily routine? Do you miss the vibrancy of childhood; running freely during kindergarden recess? Playing with blocks and building castles? Playing princess with your besties outside amongst the trees? Making “houses” out of leaves during autumn, and snow angels during the winter snow season?


Milk and Honey Magazine explains the difference between friends who elevate and friends who just associate. Are your friends helping you achieve your goals? God has a plan for your life, don't let friends bring you down! Your dreams and goals are yours for the taking with the help of Jesus!

ASSOCIATION OR ELEVATION?

Who we associate ourselves with plays a major role in our productivity.

You may say you were born to be an entrepreneur, an author, or a game changer... but what about the people around you? Are you flocking with those who also want push towards their dream? Are those around you remaining in your life because of association, or do they push you towards levels of elevation?


Milk and Honey Magazine interviews Sarah Comer about how women can find passions in their careers! She shares her life tips, favorite quotes, and inspiration behind Inspire-Aspire!

Q&A: Inspire - Aspire

When I first met Sarah Comer at an event in Los Angeles last summer, she made an instant impression on me. She is warm, poised, well-spoken, and passionate in her convictions – in a word, inspirational. It should come as no surprise to learn, then, that she is the woman behind the website Inspire-Aspire: Be the Career Change, a source of informative career inspiration for women looking to combine their passions with a purpose.


Milk and Honey Magazine attended the Together 2016 conference in Washington DC, a day of celebrity sightings, encouragement, and Jesus!

Need a Reset?

Two weeks ago, M+H’s own Paige and I attended the Together 2016 event in Washington, D.C. Along with hundreds of thousands of our fellow brothers and sisters in Christ, we met on the National Mall and took a stand for the hope we have in Jesus. The event had an incredible lineup of speakers, singers, authors and church leaders — including Nick Hall, Tim Tebow, Lecrae, Louie Giglio, and Hillsong UNITED. 


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