As a new stay at home mom and entrepreneur one would think finding time to spend with the Lord would be a simple and easy task. Contrarily, everyday simple tasks that come along with being a mom, managing a home, and a business can strip you of valuable time with God. There’s always something that needs to be done on all fronts! Not only that but everything is important so trying to balance and prioritize at the same time can be daunting. My struggle has been consistently choosing not to put my daily to do list before allocating and spending quality time with God. Naturally I take it one day at a time and do my best to prioritize Christ. Continue reading
This month we completed another successful outreach training. I love teaching other believers how to reach out, and sometimes, step outside of their comfort zone to share the love of Christ. Of course every time we do a training like that it always inspires me to write and add to this series. Building God’s kingdom is so important as a believer. Hands down it is the most fulfilling thing you will ever do in life! Continue reading
So it’s been a while since I posted on this series. Building the kingdom of God has been in my spirit heavily lately. I’m constantly reminded that it’s only what you do for Christ that will last. Notice this is part 3 so if you want to catch up before you read this you can do so:
The Bible says we overcome by the blood of the lamb and the word of our testimony. There are people all over the world doing great things for God! Every now and then, I want to highlight many of the AMAZING people and ministries I have had the pleasure to come across and be exposed to. I pray their journey encourages you to DO what the Lord has called you to do, or at least encourage you to keep going!
Meet My life coach & advocate: The Holy Spirit
God’s guidance in the storms if life.
As we get settled into 2016, I’ve come to learn that life has a habit of throwing both difficult tragedies, as well as suprising triumphs. As Apostle Paul, I want to be ready to handle both. It’s funny how both trials and triumphs require preparation. Thankfully, God has a masterful way of preparing us to handle both.