What do work and pillows have to do with boundaries? This.
To live fully — abundantly — is to live richly, with peace and joy and above all, freedom.
God knows that our struggles are as hard -- and as simple -- as to, too and two.
He has set me free from shame and enables me to walk with HHH -- head held high.
Apart from Him, we're dirt. But His breath of live gives us worth.
God allows U-turns. He is famous for them.
These smelly ants have a lot to say about sin and the Christian life.
Christ calls me to have a West Texas simplicity in a Southern California life. To keep a quiet, content heart, whatever the state I'm in.
To know God better, to be transformed by His living and active Word and to look more like the Christ we claim to believe ... always...
Even after we've been set free, healing can still take time.
Many of us pose and present phony half-versions of ourselves. But what makes a good picture -- and heart?
Just like the woman in my neighborhood, I doubt love. I take convincing. But what if I didn't?
Maybe I love Southern gospel music so much for its focus on heaven, home, and the hope that does not disappoint.
I can't be a disciple -- or at least not a good one -- unless I'm able to let things go, and forgive, and not care...
Take it from the rats: a little encouragement goes a long way.
Sometimes people call me “transparent,” which is really just a pretty word for messy.
Jesus came to give me a rich, full life -- not a half life. I've tasted His abundance before, so why don't I walk in it?
We chatted with Christy Nockels about music, ministry, and even her great hair.
Hi, I'm Ashleigh Slater, founder and editor of Ungrind. Here at Ungrind, it’s our goal to churn out biblically-based encouragement for women. We strive to be honest and transparent about our struggles in a way that inspires hope, faith, and perseverance.