Milk and Honey Magazine - serve your husband in a Christlike manner. Pray, study the scriptures, and love your husband in practical ways!

Serving Your Husband

One year ago, my husband and I would routinely sit in our living room with hot morning coffees and begin the day reading the word of God, spending time together in prayer.

We would then go on with our morning and. if we felt the Spirit leading us, we would pray some more throughout our time together. If it was my husband’s day off, we would go on to read or study more of the scriptures, watch a preacher on YouTube,and talk or pray about what we had learned.

Milk and Honey Magazine interviews tiny house young married couple in their 20's traveling the world! They love Jesus, love their marriage, and especially - love their tiny home!

Tiny Living, Big Faith

Tawny & Luke, a young couple of early twenty-somethings who were "crazy enough to get married in college," are now navigating recent grad life – living fun-sized in a mini-home. Tawny earned her degree in Teaching English as a Second Language and Luke in Intercultural Studies, so you could say they have a *slight* passion for travel and experiencing other cultures.

Milk and Honey Magazine - singleness is perfectly fine, even in your 30s! With Jesus, we are already full, complete, and in God's control.

Yes, I'm Still Single in My 30's!

...and as long as God's in control, that's perfectly fine.

Singleness is not something we need to overcome. It is a season that lasts longer for some than others. It is a season that may not end for some, as well.

For the woman that just cringed at the last statement, this is not to scare you. I promise!

Milk & Honey Magazine describes how singleness is a BLESSING from God. You do not need a relationship or marriage to fulfill your life purpose, you just need the love of Jesus and passion in your heart!

The Single Challenge

We see plenty of posts on social media celebrating how blessed someone is because they are 'in a relationship,' engaged, or happily married, but when was the last time you saw a post celebrating the blessing of singleness? You may ask, “Is that even a thing?”

As a single woman, I’ve got to say I feel blessed and thankful for this time of young adulthood and being single. I’m extremely happy where God has me right now; and beyond just being content, I’m living a life that is filled with passion, purpose, and doing what I love.

Milk and Honey Magazine open letter to the single girl in waiting. Jesus is the best match-maker, trust in his word!

To the Woman in Waiting

I see you there, wondering what the purpose for this season is and desperately wanting a direction, any direction to move in. And I know that seasons of waiting can often feel disheartening, confusing and question filled…

We could probably never make a complete list of all the things we find ourselves waiting on during our lifetimes, wondering when (or if!) God will bring them along… a spouse, children, dream job, supportive friends, more time, better health, more money – the list could go on forever.

Milk and Honey Magazine interview with director of the film The Dating Project!

The Dating Project

Half of America is single. People are frustrated in love, but does anyone really know how to connect in today’s virtual world?

Milk and Honey Magazine Christian books for single women

Reads For The Single Gal

Do you find yourself in a season of singleness? Rejoice! What a splendid time to become the best version of yourself, read a good book, and enjoy life to the fullest!

Here's a list of fabulous books for your enjoyment. Don't forget to soak up this time many aren't blessed with!

Milk and Honey Magazine steps to nurture your marriage and romance through planned date nights/mornings/and getaways!

Nurturing Your Marriage

Recently someone in my social media feed posted a picture with the caption: 
"What is your ideal date night with your man?”

As I read through the comments, my heart sank. One woman after another commented that the only time she and her husband had together was after the kids had gone to bed. The main reason given for not “going out” was that they didn’t live near any extended family.

What shocked me the most was the number of moms who said they hadn’t had a date night all year!

Single Women of the Bible

I'm sure you saw the title of this post and thought, "Great, another blog post about how Ruth is the epitome of singleness in the Bible." I'm happy to report that that's not what this post is about. I love the book of Ruth. I think it can definitely be helpful to single women, but sometimes, and maybe this is just me, it reads to me of the story of a girl who lost her husband and throws herself at the first available man. Obviously, I'm taking things WAY out of context, and there's a lot more going on in the story than that.

Milk and Honey Magazine dishes on how being single is just as beautiful as being in a relationship this Valentines Day! Trust in Jesus, dear girl. xo

Single Valentine

I grew up in the South which has more traditional views, and women often get married young. Some families in my circle had an opinion that a marriage proposal should be soon after a high school diploma. So while my gal peers got a husband, kid(s), and the white picket fence after high school, I got 3 degrees, loan debt, and adult braces.