Stop Being A _______ Wife
Are you tired of being a ________ wife? What’s the fill-in for you? Maybe you’re ready to stop being a critical wife, an angry wife, an overcommitted wife, a tired wife, a disinterested wife, an unforgiving wife, or a boring wife. We’ve all been there, but we can’t stay there.
After over a decade of serving as a military spouse, Ashley started to feel resentful in her marriage. In her dissatisfaction, she fell for the enemy’s lie by placing blame on her spouse. Ashley was ready to stop being a critical wife and eager to experience marriage God’s way.
She created this 40-day challenge in hopes of following Jesus’ model of love and service.
The challenge transformed Ashley’s heart and her marriage, inspiring her husband to create a 40-day challenge in return. Through God’s truth, she discovered the secret to a joyful marriage.
The change she desired needed to start with her, and it starts with you! Through one intentional act each day, you will bring restoration, fun, and fulfillment back into your marriage. After a daily one-minute reading, you’ll complete challenges that encourage, intoxicate, serve, and surprise your spouse. You’ll also spend time creating new memories, praying, and crafting a mission statement for your role as a wife.
God intends for our marriages to reflect the love of Jesus. As a wife, are you an adequate representation of Christ’s sacrificial, forgiving, and gracious love? Walk with Ashley on this journey to answer “Yes!” as you experience God's abundant plan for your marriage. You’ll never be the same again, and neither will your husband!
Ashley Ashcraft is a nationally recognized educator, military wife and homeschooling mom. She writes on her blog, Our Faithful Home, encouraging women to live and love the abundant lives God has planned for them. She is also a contributing writer for Family First’s iMOM. Ashley’s family is currently stationed at Fort Bragg in North Carolina, where she lives with her husband, Tim, and three sweet and spirited children.
100% of the proceeds will go to support two military families, one in the wake of veteran suicide, and one battling brain cancer.