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Women Seeking Christ Blog

Welcome to the Women Seeking Christ blog. We are dedicated to sharing the stories of the women of the Bible as examples and mentors, providing emotional healing and spiritual growth. Here, you can read the latest posts from author Patrice Van Dyke.

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Moving On

Moving On

Hi, everyone, it’s Patrice. Since this is my first blog, I want to start at the beginning; looking back twenty years, to a day when my life changed dramatically. This significant moment began a journey, which ultimately led to my writing about women of the Bible (more on that later) and this blog.

After reading my story, I’d love to hear from you; perhaps share a moment of truth from your life.

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Do you throw a great party? Do people give you compliments on your entertaining skills?

“Offer hospitality to one another without grumbling” (1 Peter 4:9 NIV). 

 Phew – You’ve got this one down.

Are you sure?


Devastated by my husband’s leaving, I was searching for advice on how to cope and move on. Were my ears deceiving me? Did this Christian counselor just tell me to prepare for more abandonment?

You see, my female counselor bought the lie that women aren’t capable of authentic friendships. Have you ever heard a woman say (or perhaps it was you), “Women are so catty” or “Females are so manipulative?” We trash our own sex and wonder why men say that women can’t be friends.


Do you ever take online quizzes or the ones in the magazines? You know the quizzes I mean:
– what animal are you most like?
– if I were ice cream what flavor would I be?
– which “Friends” or “Disney” character are you most like?


Have you ever noticed that we go all out at Christmas and not so much for Easter?  This year it has been on my mind, and frankly, I am little ashamed of myself. Where’s the joy?

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