She is officially a published author with a new blog (or self-published I think). Of course this is all OK, because her kids are grown so now she can have a career (or as they call them ministry). This all leads back to this post.
“As you know, I don’t advertise on my blog and have never done this for money. I didn’t write this book to get a ton of money from it or to be famous. I have no desire for either. I only want to help as many women as I can in the short years the Lord has given me.”
That may be the intention to not make a lot of money or become famous, but what if she does? Like I mentioned in my linked post above, will she give the money to charity? How about donate it to widows, so they will not have to get jobs and can stay in the home. Or if its about helping as many woman is possible, distribute them for free.
And what is it now with all these “wifes”. There is the “joy filled wife”, “the peaceful wife”, and now the “transformed wife”. These godly mentors need a line of dolls like the American Girl series. Imagine the joy of young girls who get to grow up with their own godly mentor doll. You ain’t nobody in godlywomanville until you can anoint yourself as some type of adjective wife. I am waiting for “the semen filled wife” to come onto the scene. Maybe I’ll make an application for that one.