Sheila is a redeemed, 30 something, wife and mom who calls herself, “A Woman Found.” Christ found Sheila plagued by sin and broken, and Sheila found her worth in Christ. Sheila’s experienced the pain of divorce, the fragileness of reconciliation, and the lonliness of being unequally yoked in her own marriage. She knows first hand that though giants loom in the land of marriage, our God is bigger, able, and willing to walk us through in victory over them all. Because she’s been there, Sheila has a heart for all women to know that their worth is found in Christ. She also has a passion for God to be honored in marriage, and for wives to find great satisfaction in their part in displaying God’s glory. Sheila clings to God’s Word like a drowning woman and has a desire to draw others to God’s word. She does not consider herself a writer, but has a need to write, feeling “woe is me” if she doesn’t share her life and what she’s learning from God’s word through writing. You can find her doing just that at her blog Meditations and Confessions of a Woman Found (Formerly Meditations and Confessions of a Homemaker).
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Hey, I'm Sheila, glad you're here. A little about me: I'm a 40-something woman, wife, mom, RN, soap maker and wannabe suburban homesteader. I think better when I write. I've kept a journal since I was 9 and started blogging 10 years ago. I'm introverted, but I love people. I'm curious but shy. I'm contemplative and easily distracted. I feel deeply and know numbness. I want to make things right and I'm learning to let go. I wax poetic sometimes and often don't know what to say. It's complicated. It boggles me that I am Christ's and he is mine. I gaze into the heavens and the Heaven-Maker's words, remember the hard things, fight depression, and long for home and King. I'm sojourning. View all posts by Sheila Dougal