As women, we often wear many hats, or have different roles, in life. We wear many of them at the same time. For example, I am a wife, mother, sister, daughter, friend, pharmacist, and so much more. Embracing all the beauty and facets of our lives is important and so is growing in them. Finding ways to focus on any one of those areas at one time is not always easy, yet it is necessary. So this month we are going to focus on our role as wives and embark on a wife challenge.
Being married is not easy. The longer you are married, the more life changes you experience, the larger your family grows, the more challenges you will face. When faced with these challenges you often have two options. You can ignore them and hope things go back to the way they were. Which is unrealistic and will often end up causing more problems. Or you can challenge yourself to learn and grow from them. Growth is a part of life and relationships. As much as we would like for some things to stay the same, it’s important that things grow and change, especially us as wives.
No matter how beautiful or “perfect” your wedding seemed; it was only the beginning. Just because something is good in the beginning does not mean it cannot grow to be great.
Getting married was just a beginning as well. God wants to do some amazing things through you and your marriage.
After being married for more than 10 years, I happy that I am not the same woman I was all those years ago, and neither is my husband the same man. We have grown, challenged each other, and changed so much together over the years. A large part of growing as wives and as women is having other women alongside you pushing, or challenging you to grow as well. This is where the wife challenge comes in.
What Is A Wife Challenge?
A fun and inspiring way for us all to come together to encourage and support each other to become better wives.
We will look at different ways and things we can do to that may challenge us, but are ultimately meant to help us grow. So join me as we take the time collectively to embark on a wife challenge. To help us become better wives and have better marriages as well. Are you with me!
I’d love to hear what area you would like to grow in as a wife in the comments!