Inside: How setting goals the biblical way can help you achieve a true transformation!
I did something a little radical ...
I gave up my need to control all the things!
Sounds a little crazy right?
I get so many emails from ladies trying to figure out how to manage a hundred different things when they walk through a crisis.
Here’s what I’ve learned: The only way to manage all the things that are going right and wrong in your life is to let it all go!
Yep, you heard me right. Let it go.
Sing the song if you need to.
Did your flesh just cringe or scream a little? When I … [Read More...]
Inside: Getting your priorities straight is important for all parts of your life. Most importantly your spiritual growth.
I recently did a little soul searching in an effort to clear out some emotional junk and unnecessary stress.
I'd grown weary of chasing stuff, trying to make things work in my own might and effort. Something was missing but I was having a hard time putting my finger on it.
One day while reading my Bible I found the answer:
Seek the Kingdom of God above all else, and live righteously, and he will give you everything you need. Matthew 6:33 NLT
I realized that day … [Read More...]
If you struggle to stay consistent with daily prayer and Bible study this Christian agenda planner from DaySpring is just what you need!
Having a spiritual growth plan in place helps me to continue to grow and learn about who God is. It's what helps me stay calm in the face of hard times. It's what keeps me sane.
What is a Spiritual Growth Plan?
If you have never done a spiritual growth plan before, let me explain what it is and what it's for:
Your plan is a roadmap/guide for what you plan to do to grow spiritually. It could be a spreadsheet, a bullet list, pics, etc. Anything that … [Read More...]
Learning how to study the bible is very important for growing your faith, especially during hard times.
I used to think that I wasn’t smart enough to study the Bible.
Growing up I struggled to read the King James Version of scripture. The words were foreign and hard to pronounce. I didn’t enjoy reading the Bible and I couldn’t understand any of it on my own.
I was dependent on other people to tell me what the verses meant. I didn’t like that. It made me feel stupid.
How in the world was I supposed to teach my boys to love the Word if I couldn’t understand it or love it … [Read More...]