Aysha Ives

    Aysha Ives loves God with her whole heart and has a desire to help hurting people. With a Masters Degree in Psychology, she combines her education and experience with her love for God to help people live whole and fulfilled lives. Aysha is an Author, Mental Health Provider, Youth Church Teacher, and the mother of one gifted little boy whom she absolutely adores. Aysha is honored to be able to share her love of God with Project Inspired readers. Aysha is also the author of God Cares About Your Stuff: How To Believe For Tomorrow When Things Look Utterly, Completely, And Totally Impossible Today, released February 2013- Available at Amazon.

    A Few Things to Make Your Mom Feel Loved!

    One idea? Pray for your mother. Pray for your mother’s strength daily. Ask God to help her in every role in her life, including being the best possible mom for you.

    How Can I Overcome Shyness?

    I’m very shy and it is sometimes quite frustrating for me. At times I struggle with making friends and participating in various activities. Help!

    When Should You End a Friendship?

    Whether you’ve been friends for just a few weeks or for many years, it’s hard to make the decision to end a friendship. So how do you know when it's the right thing to do? Read Aysha's expert advice!

    10 Fantastic Ways to Share the Love This Valentine’s Day (No Boyfriend Needed!)

    Looking for some ways to bring glory to God while celebrating Valentine’s Day? Whether you’ve chosen to date or wait, here are some things you can do to have fun on February 14!

    How to Tell Family and Friends That You’ve Become a Christian!

    Are you afraid to share this news for fear of rejection and retaliation? Here are some tips to help you.

    4 Ways for Rape Victims to Find Healing

    I was raped twice when I was in college. I was about 20 when I was assaulted the first time. I was 21 the...
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