The Freedom To Create

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God has blessed women with the gift of creativity. We create everything from breathtaking art and life changing engineering technologies to beautiful children and nurturing environments. Society may favor certain gifts over others, but God has a plan for them all. It is our responsibility to use what we create to glorify God.

We are also blessed with the freedom to create. Jesus’ sacrifice on cavalry Continue reading “The Freedom To Create”

Heart Health

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A good man brings good things out of the good stored up in his heart, and an evil man brings evil things out of the evil stored up in his heart. For the mouth speaks what the heart is full of.” Luke 6:45

When was the last time you had a spiritual heart exam? Many believers suffer from spiritual heart “ailments” without knowing it. When these “ailments” go untreated, they can negatively impact our relationship with God and kill our witness.

Your heart’s desires regulate your actions. If your heart is filled with the fruit of the Spirit, your actions will reflect those of Christ. However, if evil rests in your heart, sin will follow. Continue reading “Heart Health”

What Can You Do?

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It’s not always easy to trust God’s timing. There are seasons of life where we feel stuck and are willing to do anything to move along. In those moments we must learn to rest in God’s promises. Life may seem to be at a stand still, God is always at work!

If you cannot work in your timing, what can you do? Here are three things:

(1) Spend quality time with God Continue reading “What Can You Do?”

3 Principles of Work

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“By the seventh day God had finished the work he had been doing; so on the seventh day he rested from all his work.” – Genesis 2:2 NIV

We live in a performance driven society. Work is measured by the number of tasks we complete each day and the amount of time and resources we pour into them. As believers, we must remember that our work must be fruitful and not busy. Our ability to work comes from God’s grace, not grit.

A few months ago I was struggling. Continue reading “3 Principles of Work”