31 Days of Girls’ Night Out

I love Girls’ Night Out! I almost never pass on an opportunity to spend an evening talking, laughing, and sometimes crying with friends.And I’ve always wanted to gather all of the wise women I know at once and sit them down in my living room, so we could hash out all of life’s issues regarding marriage, mothering, heath and beauty, homemaking, working, shopping, fashion… etc.
We could stay up late and talk long, sharing our experiences and what God has taught us through them.
Wouldn’t that be fun? Never mind the fact that I can’t stay up much past 9:30.
Well, I got an idea…
Maybe we could use my blog as our GNO meeting place during the month of October?!  Perfect! No one has to get a sitter, rearrange her schedule, break curfew, put gas in the car, or get out of her pj’s… and I don’t have to dust my living room! 🙂
So, I sought out some of the coolest and wisest women I know from all ages and stages of life and gave them a list of questions. I asked each woman to choose five of those questions to answer and share.
Some women will share their deep and heartfelt journeys through marriage, and others will give us cleaning tips. Some will help us discover our gifts, and others will share wisdom about starting a career. You know how it is when women get to talkin’…
AND…I’m inviting you! Every night in October, I will be hosting “Girls’ Night Out” and I’m hoping you will join us. Would you please? Don’t you want to kick off your heels, curl up with a cup of tea (or glass of wine), and glean some much-needed wisdom from some God-fearing women? I know I do!
I’m praying that God will be glorified through each and every Girls’ Night. And that women of all ages will be blessed and encouraged by it for many months to come. I’m reminded by our charge found in Titus 2: 3-5:
“They are to teach what is good, and so train the young women to love their husbands and children,
 to be self-controlled, pure, working at home, kind, and submissive to their own husbands, 
that the word of God may not be reviled.” 
You won’t want to miss a single one, so check back here every night in October! Here is the lineup: 
October 14- Linda Tackes: Dating, Brisket, and Beyond Identity
October 15- Sierra Brock: Eyebrows, The Bare Minimum, and Trusting God
October 16- Jane Ellis Griggs: Standing Tall, 3:00am Love, and Gond With the Wind
October 17- Suzanne Ebel: Autism, Speaking Up, and Donald Trump
October 18-Emily Heman: Shoes, Joan Rivers, and Laughter
October 19: Lilian Werner: Boyfriends, Style, and Friendship
October 20: Cher Curtis: Clean Underwear, Hating to Housekeep, and Performance
October 21: Jenn Whitmer: War Horses, Babying Your Kids, and Travel
October 22: Jane Ellen Mark: Reading, Counseling, and Jane Eyre
October 23: Kara Butte: Moving: Weakness, and School-Choice
October 24: Amalia LaViolette: Sex, Double Chins, and Gossip
October 25: Denise Dolan: Being the Neck, Doubting, and Music
October 26: Lynn D. Morrissey: Hot Flashes, Journaling, and Guilt
October 27: Linda Gurney: Emblem of Faith, Jumping off the Throne, and Ginger Rogers
October 28: Jamie Stowell: Honesty, Five Weeks, and Mom
October 29: April Johnson: Supermodels, God’s provision, and Saving the Day
October 30: Lisa Roth: Comparison, Discovering Worth, and Broken Pieces
October 31: It’s my turn! A Thank You, Observations from the Back Seat, and A Peek in our Rear-View Mirror


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36 thoughts on “31 Days of Girls’ Night Out

  1. Robyn October 31, 2014 / 8:33 pm

    What a great idea! I can't believe I missed yours during the 31Days. I am going to bookmark this and come back and read all these words of wisdom in Nov. I love this idea! Congrats on finishing well!


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