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Hi everyone! I hope you find lots of encouragement and guidance while on your walk to better serve our loving Father, emulate our Messiah and serve others. I hope to inspire you to live out your best life as we navigate it together!

Titus 2:3-5 is something I often think on and strive to live out. They are incredibly important to me.

Heart of a Torah Woman was birthed out of a God-given desire to help other women in their walk with God. I try to inspire women to focus on how to bring glory to God in all aspects of life. I hope to inspire ladies to adjust thinking and approach to Biblical womanhood through an emphasis on the importance of routine prayer and Bible study, strengthening our marriages and families, and encouraging, uplifting and supporting one another.

I believe that to encourage and uplift we need to be focusing more on the good and what can help us do better in our walk as Torah women loving our families and serving others like our Messiah.

Life does get hard, we do need to work through things and we all have things we complain about or don’t like but let’s not be divisive or argumentative with each other.

Let’s inspire, uplift, encourage, serve and just plain be kind. Kindness is a fruit of the spirit and we can even disagree on things but please do it in kindness here. I welcome hearing from you and that can be done through the contact button, I give two methods for that. I even hope to hear from you what you would like to see as well! I may just share it 🙂

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