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What I learned about abortion while pregnant with my son

By Maura Preszler I strongly disliked being pregnant with my son Pio, who is now nine months old. I had Hyperemesis Gravidarum, which is severe morning sickness (I referred to it as all day sickness) and vomiting, along with a return of serious depression. It took me a while to admit
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The Comparison Trap

By Audrey Davis | Guest Blogger Comparison is something knit into our sin nature, but through the power of the Spirit we can gain freedom. Audrey learned an awful lot about comparison in her summer of some serious boldness and she has thankfully agreed to share what the Lord has taugh
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My Christmas Will Be Perfect

By Tori Vissat | Guest Blogger It’s in commercials, in festive dinner conversations, in the gifts we buy, on social media, on TV and on drives with friends. I swear it is in the air. Moving at lighting speed through our bones, our subconscious, making a straightaway for the coveted ch
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Blog Submissions | Made in His Image

I would love to have you submit a post. Below are the guidelines for submitting an article to MIHI. 1. When you submit it, please indicate if you would like your name on the article or if you want it published anonymously. 2. Please make the article no longer than 1000 words. 3. Pleas
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I had sex but it wasn’t worth it

By Alanna Burtis | Guest Blogger Tonight I sobbed into my prayer journal and realized just how far I have come. I thanked Jesus for not giving me what I wanted this summer but for giving me the wake up call that I needed to leave the past in the past, for me to follow Him and for Him
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Struggling?

The everlasting God has in His wisdom foreseen from eternity the cross that He now presents to you as a gift from His inmost heart. This cross He now sends you He has considered with His all-knowing eyes, understood with His divine mind, tested with His wise justice, warmed with lovin
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Anne Marie – My Precious Baby Girl

By Christi Marcheschi | Guest Blogger Today marks one month… It was the Feast of the Immaculate Conception. We had reached the 20 week mark and gathered up our two little ones in excitement as we headed to the doctor’s office for the big ultrasound. The ultrasound tech squeezed that c
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Our Engagement

By Mary Jean Lanzilotti | Guest Blogger We were waiting for the moment. The moment our lives would be offered, and thus received. The morning of my 24th birthday, I sat down to reflect and write. Searching for something of substance, I picked up one of my favorite books, He and I by G
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The Big Birth Control Question

  By Molly Cromer | Guest Blogger I am seventeen and I have met many sweet girls who live under the strict regime of the birth control pill. They stress over a missed dose. They need a daily reminder alarm on their phone. Our culture has convinced them that their bodies are naturally
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This Is Why I Went to Therapy

By Maura Byrne | Founder of Made in His Image To put it bluntly, I was terrified. Sure, I was excited for the change and the opportunity for healing but those thoughts paralleled with the uncertainty of the future. The night before my first therapy session I could barely sleep. I woke
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