L'amour In Christ

"Without love, we have nothing."



Promo Tuesday with Real Aspiring Woman

Promo Tuesdays is where we highlight our brothers and sisters who are moving through ministry and small business while spreading the gospel as the Lord leads. Please support them by checking out their website and social media.

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What does it mean to be real? To be aspiring? To be a woman? Melissa Ingram knows the definition of R.A.W. and it set on sharing it with the world. As a victim of childhood abuse, you would think it would be impossible for her to turn her insecurities into a career that–let’s be honest–expects perfection. Modeling was a true leap of faith, but the story the enemy wrote for her was re-written by our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. Follow her blog as she shares the innermost corners of her heart all while developing a brand and helping plan a fashion show that raises awareness for organizations that fight for the freedom of victims of human trafficking and global poverty. Continue reading “Promo Tuesday with Real Aspiring Woman”

Fallen Eve

This article was originally written in August of 2009 for my personal blog. Thank you for reading!

When I first meet them, I get nervous. I wonder if I’m good enough, smart enough, pretty enough, witty enough. All of the doubts I have come to the surface when we are first introduced. What do I say? I’m not interesting. Do we have anything in common? I have nothing to offer. Most women have this fear about meeting a guy. Gaining his attention and keeping his interest. I have the opposite problem. Women intimidate me. Strong, confident, and assertive women. Why is this?

I’ve shrugged it off and explained it with the fact that I’ve grown up with brothers and am more comfortable around guys. However, it’s not ALL girls that cause me to feel insecure about myself. It’s the women like MYSELF that I feel inferior around. You’d think I would gravitate towards like minded individuals and be more comfortable around persons with the same kind of attitude, but I feel a need to compete even though there’s no competition. Like I have to prove myself when there’s no test. Continue reading “Fallen Eve”

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