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Jul 2, 2018

On today’s episode of the Journeywomen podcast, I chatted with Laura Hardin about abiding in Christ. We talked about everything from what it actually means to abide in Christ to how doing so impacts our lives every day. Listen to what she said, “When I abide in Christ, life is no longer about me, it’s about him, and he always orients me towards others. Through abiding in the Lord, I became enamored by God’s heart for service, that he is the humble servant King. And I want to be like him.”

So you’ll know her a little better, Laura encourages women to abide in Christ by committing themselves to the word of God, prayer, and fellowship. Through her writing, small group studies, and one-on-one discipleship, she challenges friends to follow Christ wholeheartedly. She resides in Maryland with her husband and two little babes.




Ponder: A Simple Guide to Time Alone with God by Laura Hardin

The Abide Method by Risen Motherhood

Habits of Grace by Dave Mathis

When I Don't Desire God: How to Fight for Joy by John Piper




Blueberry Pancakes

Getting in the Word with a friend








Y’all, Journeywomen recently had the opportunity to work with Brittany Partain Photography for an exclusive Journeywomen photoshoot. She is incredibly talented, easy to work with, and I love this girl’s heart! Brittany Partain is a fine art wedding and portrait photographer based in Dallas, TX. She loves photography because she believes that photos serve as a tangible picture of God's grace in each individual life. It is her hope that you would feel cared for and beautiful in front of her lens, but even more, that you would have photos to serve as cherished ebenezers that remind you of the Lord’s faithfulness in every season. You can find Brittany on Instagram at Brittany_Partain or on her website Be sure to mention “Journeywomen” in your inquiry to receive 25% off a portrait session in 2018 (upon availability).



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