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Helping and equipping Christian women
to live for Jesus

Are you looking to be more intentional in living for Jesus?

If so, you’ve come to the right place!

Here, you’ll find help, encouragement, and a friend to walk along side you as you live out Matthew 22:37–39. These are important, foundational verses to help you live for God and follow him. They teach us that we need to love God and love people, and within this we need to learn how to love ourselves as God does.

I’ll provide you with:

  • help to renew your mind, replacing the lies that you’ve believed all your life about yourself with the truth of what God says about you. 
  • guidance for your soul to strive to live according to how God calls you; growing as a Christian, while letting go of anger, resentment, and hurts.
  • healing for your heart wounds, in order for you to have a deeper heart connection with Jesus; getting your heart to be right before God.
  • practical tips to love people according to the Bible.
  • understanding your identity in Christ, and how God sees you, and allowing that to shape how you see and love yourself.
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Hi, my name is Nikki Evanson.

I’m so glad you’re here!

My mission is to help and equip Christian women like you to live for Jesus by following Matthew 22:37-39: to love God and to love people, while also learning to better love yourself with a Biblical mindset.

Here, you’ll find biblically sound content and practical resources to help you do this.

I would love to journey together with you, encouraging you and helping you live for Jesus. You can get started by clicking the button below!

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anger

Anger: finding healing from the hurt

My silence conveyed it all to him.  We once could lock eyes across the room and guess what each other was thinking, but now I could barely look him in the eyes or talk to him. I didn’t want to have a broken marriage, but I felt like I couldn’t let go of my anger. 

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Learning to heal: 5 ways Jesus sacrificed for you

Learning to heal: 5 ways Jesus sacrificed for you

Have you ever wondered whether your sacrifices were worth it?  Letting go of the past for a better future requires sacrifice… but it can be hard to look beyond the pain and hurt. Having to forgive; releasing your anger and bitterness; and being humble before the Lord, admitting your need for his help, can lead

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Letting go of toxic shame

Letting go of toxic shame

The sweat dripped down my forehead rapidly as I realized I had messed up again.  Getting lost while driving was common for me; I shamed myself for my miscalculations.  Even with the GPS on, I would get lost—fearfully anticipating the worst.  Over and over again, I would internally question my abilities thinking “Why are you

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Don’t blame yourself

Don’t blame yourself

Do you blame yourself when something goes wrong? Or think what happened is always your fault?  I have a tendency to do this.  “I hate myself,” “I really blew it this time,” and “nobody likes me” are common phrases that can saturate my mind in these times.  I question whether the outcome would have changed

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hurt in the moment

Hurt in the moment: giving it to Jesus

When you find yourself hurt in a moment, how do you cope with it? How do you recover? Do you escape through television, shopping, eating ice cream, or sitting in self-pity? These are some of the ways that I have dealt with my hurt.  The only problem with these things is that they only bring

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Denial inhibits true growth and transformation

Denial inhibits true growth and transformation

It’s so easy to live in denial. It’s a trap that you can fall in effortlessly.  When you don’t admit that you are hurting, it inhibits you from receiving the healing you so desperately need.  I am no stranger to living in denial. Are you? I did for years. Years of believing that I didn’t

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