Influence Conference 2015 | RECAP

By Victoria Easter Wilson / September 25, 2015 /

Several years ago I learned about these two gutsy ladies and their crazy idea of putting together a community of godly women who ‘get’ the Internet. Turns out, the idea isn’t so crazy after all. I was finally able to formally join The Influence Network* last year and have been so equipped by the resources they…

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The Doula Post

By Victoria Easter Wilson / August 24, 2015 /

I don’t know when I first felt the inkling to become a doula. It could have been when I discovered my parents’ copy of A Child Is Born. Amazed, slightly embarrassed, and intrigued at the full-spread image of a baby’s head emerging from between his mother’s legs. It could have been when I watched my…

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Hasten Ye Back: My Return Trip To Scotland

By Victoria Easter Wilson / July 25, 2015 /

I started what would become this blog in 2010, to document my semester abroad at the University of St Andrews in Scotland. Those five months changed my life in ways I am still realizing. I felt independent. Free. Alive. As if I was falling in love – with a land and its people. Even today, I hold…

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Figuring Out All The Things

By Victoria Easter Wilson / July 15, 2015 /

If you know me in real life or follow me on social media, you’ll notice I’ve been all over the place. A recent book signing. Birth doula workshops. Work-from-home virtual assistant-type jobs. Supporting my husband in his new podcast. Just what is this woman up to!? It’s a question I’ve been asking myself, frustrated the answers…

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My Very First Book Signing

By Victoria Easter Wilson / June 9, 2015 /

I had my first book signing on Saturday and it was all sorts of delightful! It was super amazing to have so many friends and supporters of Re’and stop by. Also the store gave me a free latte. That was nice. To be honest the promotionally stuff that went into planning the signing was a bit uncomfortable. BUT all the wonderful support…

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Cutting Holes In Your Roof

By Victoria Easter Wilson / May 26, 2015 /

Do you remember those guys who needed to see Jesus so badly that they CUT A HOLE IN THE ROOF OF A HOUSE. A few days later, when Jesus again entered Capernaum, the people heard that he had come home. They gathered in such large numbers that there was no room left, not even outside…

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What Happened To That Book I Wrote That One Time

By Victoria Easter Wilson / May 13, 2015 /

So I wrote a book. I hustled hard to get it finished. I self-published it last October. Then promptly stuffed my thirty chapters. The reasons for my sudden silence on this project are many. Perhaps the greatest being I got embarrassed. Not sexy to admit, or even fair to my loyal readers, but it’s true.…

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Mothers And Daughters (Poetry Chapbook) G I V E A W A Y

By Victoria Easter Wilson / May 6, 2015 /

I had the joy of studying with Catherine in college and, since graduation, we’ve kept in touch about our various writing endeavors. Catherine’s first published work (she’s going on several!) is a poetry chapbook, written as a heartfelt tribute to her late mom, called Mothers & Daughters. As a mother to a daughter myself, Catherine’s…

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Good Things: Natasha Red Shop

By Victoria Easter Wilson / May 1, 2015 /

For me, cooking has always been more of an art than a science. And by art, I mean fingerpainting. A young single, ‘cooking for myself’ meant lots of peanut butter bagels and granola with yogurt. Sandwiches counted as a square meal. (Get it? Sandwiches. Square meal. Moving on.) Unfortunately, my new husband did not care…

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Blue Lights & God’s Law

By Victoria Easter Wilson / April 27, 2015 /

Recently I was pulled over by a police officer for the first time in my life. A real, live police officer. He sauntered up to my window and explained my infraction, following the car in front of me too closely, and I did all the normal things you’re supposed to do when you get pulled over…

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