Following Him

Following Him is a non-profit ministry devoted to helping real women, with real lives, follow a real Savior. This ministry is dedicated to helping you know God’s Word, understand God’s Word and apply God’s Word to your life, through a variety of tools offered on this website, as well as my speaking ministry.

Statement of Faith

Through our relationship with Christ, we are healed, renewed, redeemed, forgiven, transformed, loved. It's our passion to share this faith and hope with the world.

If you have any questions about my statement of faith, please don't hesitate to ask.

Knowing Him

Most women I've met have expressed their longing to meet "Prince Charming" and to live happily ever after. I too spent most of my life looking for the Fairy Tale only to have ended up with two failed marriages and still no prince. Why have so few women experienced the Fairy Tale? Because it’s a story about fairies, not women!!

Latest Blog Posts

  • What to do when you have fallen off the diet? Or fallen the off the wagon? Is Quitting your only option?

    If you have just joined us, perhaps you’d like to know I have written two posts about my weight loss journey. The first is my story of losing 64 pounds at age 63. The second is my food plan. You might want to read them first. Each week I will be blogging about what the Lord…..

  • My Food Plan.

    If you read my previous blog, My Big Fat Not So Fabulous Life, and if you are like me then you are dying to know more about my diet. You may be ready to start today. I am 63 years old and weighed 227 pounds in November of 2014 and now weigh 164 pounds. (Confession: Christmas set…..

  • My Big Fat Not-So-Fabulous Life

    She looked like she wanted to cry as she gazed at me, which gave the impression of compassion towards me, but those same eyes reflected her disgust too, as the corners of her eyes squinted slightly and her lips pursed together as if she was trying to disguise a bad taste in her mouth. She shook…..

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