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    This one's for the gals who wear many hats!

    This one's for the gals who wear many hats!

    It's officially been one week since we launched our new collection of hats, and we are still SWOONING. We've got five fresh designs + a fan fav (back in black)! 

    Want to know why we love hats so much?

    Our team wears a lot of hats because we figuratively wear a lot of hats. And honestly? We're not really sure how we'd make it through a day that includes motherhood, marriage, church ministry, and small business if it weren’t for HATS. Because sometimes it comes down to getting our work done or washing our hair. Or sleeping 7 hours or washing our hair. Or reading the Bible or washing our hair. And washing our hair never wins.

    So weather you wear a lot of hats, or you just like looking fresh + cute this new line is for YOU! 

    If you want to know about our love for t-shirts, check out this blog post!

    God’s faithfulness is not a variable.

    God’s faithfulness is not a variable.

    Week EIGHT of #heroofmyhome features one of my favorites in this whole line.

    This week's print is adapted from the MSG version of Romans 4. Here’s what it says:

    Abraham didn’t focus on his own impotence and say, “It’s hopeless. This hundred-year-old body could never father a child.” Nor did he survey Sarah’s decades of infertility and give up. He didn’t tiptoe around God’s promise asking cautiously skeptical questions. He plunged into the promise and came up strong, ready for God, sure that God would make good on what he had said. That’s why it is said, “Abraham was declared fit before God by trusting God to set him right.” But it’s not just Abraham; it’s also us! The same thing gets said about us when we embrace and believe the One who brought Jesus to life when the conditions were equally hopeless. The sacrificed Jesus made us fit for God, set us right with God. Romans 4:19-25 MSG

    Here’s what this passage reminds me:

    God’s faithfulness is not a variable. In the equation of my life, His faithfulness is NOT going to change.

    The variable is often me. Will I plunge into the promise and come up strong? If I plunge into the promise at all, it seems I WILL come up strong – but what does that mean?

    For me it means: I will go back to what He’s told me to do. I will go back to who I know Him to be. AND I’ll stake all I’ve got on it.

    The other variable: Am I ready for Him to show up?

    He will. He doesn’t hide or withhold Himself – so I have to ask if I’m ready to see Him at work in whatever it is that I’m facing.

    Whether it’s a stressful Tuesday, a rock-bottom situation with a family member, a friend who is hurting, or a world outside our homes that seems like it will never be set right – it’s so important to remember: He is not the variable.

    This whole line of prints is one long encouragement to take the authority we’ve been given and BELIEVE in our actual hero: Jesus.

    I’m so excited to put this one in my house so I can daily remind myself that His faithfulness is not the variable.

    We love you friends!


    We don't have to chase God.

    We don't have to chase God.

    I can barely believe it’s week number SEVEN in our Hero of the Home print line. Each week we’re giving you some new art, and some new encouragement to keep reminding you that God has placed you where you’re at on purpose. We believe that when each woman takes her place as an ambassador in her home, ready to speak life and truth, ready to believe what God’s Word says about her and her family – everything changes.

    This week I’ve got a short word of truth and encouragement to attach to our print and it’s this:

    Isn’t it amazing that we don’t have to chase God, He chases us?

    When I look at the God of the Bible – I see a very caring, very present, very active God. Even when there is hardship or pain, His hand is not short. He’s hurting too, for us, and working on our behalf to bring good out of it.

    I see a God who is perfectly orchestrating all things for me to experience the most of Him possible and for me to bring Him glory. I see a God arranging and aligning, blessing and bestowing, protecting and preparing. I can’t even say that He’s problem solving – because problem solving would indicate that a problem can be in His presence, but out of His control. But that can’t be.

    Say this to yourself today and see if it doesn’t change things:

    I don’t have to chase God, He is chasing me. I don’t have to find Him, He is right here. I don’t have to earn His love or approval or presence in my life, He gives it freely.

    I wonder if you won’t see His hand a little more clearly, I wonder if you won’t see blessing and grace showing up a little more loudly in your every day.

    We made this print with this truth in mind. We don't have to chase God, he is chasing us. 

    - Jess

    Come work with us!

    Come work with us!

    ATTN all Charleston friends! This Jesus-loving, art-making, truth-speaking, wild girl gang is hiring and we need your help. We're looking for a few high-energy, personable, hard-working gals to join our team!
    You can read tons of details about each position here, but here's what you need to know: each job is part-time + you must live in/around Charleston!
    If you want to join our team (or if you know the perfect applicant) check the details here!

    I Once Lived By Rumors of You

    I Once Lived By Rumors of You

    I went through a really tough period a few months back where I was dealing with some painful things that had happened to me. I wasn’t mad at God, or even really questioning Him – I was just struggling to see where He was in all of it.

    Hannah, who is our creative marketing guru + graphic designer, is also my great friend and she has one (of many) incredible spiritual gift: she makes phenomenal playlists. The best thing she knew to do for me in that season was to make a playlist for me to pray and worship to, to pour out my heart to God.

    One of the songs on her playlist was, “Where Were You” by Ghost Ship and it’s based on God and Job’s conversation in the book of Job. Job is yelling about all the hard stuff in his life and asking God where He was, and God is GIVING IT BACK TO JOB – telling Him exactly where He was during all of it. It’s a crazy powerful song, go listen here.

    At the end of the Bible passage (and the song), Job just gently repents for yelling at God – and this print is the MSG version of what He states: I admit I once lived by rumors of You; now I have it all firsthand, from my own eyes and ears.

    Whenever I’m tempted to go back to that past pain and feel sorry for myself, whenever I’m tempted to question God and grumble against Him, I go on a quick walk with this song playing as loud as possible in my headphones and I come home a new woman.

    But I decided it was time to make this passage into a print, since I can’t always go on a walk. And I wanted y’all to have it too.

    Can you imagine how our homes and hearts would be drastically different if we owned our tendency to fuss at God instead of trust what we can’t see or understand. Can you imagine what heroes of our home we’d become if we didn’t grumble against Him, but went to Him in honesty, and saw how good He is, with our own eyes and ears?

    We hope this print (and the rest of the Hero Of My Home line) encourages you today.

    Your friend,